Cheap Flights from Vancouver to Toronto
Flight information Vancouver to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 3340 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Flying From Vancouver to Toronto
From Vancouver, you can fly into Toronto Pearson International Airport or Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, also called Toronto Island Airport. There are three airlines that offer direct flights to Toronto: WestJet, Air Canada, and Sunwing Airlines. Air Canada also offers flights to Toronto Island Airport, which is located on the west side of the Toronto Islands. Most flights will go to Toronto Pearson.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is located about 12 km from downtown Vancouver. This airport is easily accessible via public transportation. It has received numerous awards, including a global recognition as the Airport of the Year in 2016. When you arrive, head to Level 3, which is the departure area. As one could imagine with one of the best airports in the world, it is very easy to navigate it, and there are many stores and restaurants that you can browse to pass the time. There is also a free Wi-Fi service throughout the airport. All domestic flights leave from the domestic section of the Main Terminal where there are three concourses; flights to Toronto leave from all three concourses.
Arrival in Toronto
Toronto Pearson is the largest airport in Canada, and therefore it can be a little busy at popular travel times, especially during summer and winter holidays. Most domestic flights arrive in Terminal 1 of Toronto Pearson, including Air Canada. The signs for finding the baggage claim area are well marked, and the airport also has a free Wi-Fi service. From Toronto Pearson, you are a short ride away to downtown Toronto via public transportation, taxi or Uber. The airport is 26 km from downtown.
What to Do in Toronto
While still in the same country, Toronto is certainly a very different city than Vancouver. Toronto is the capital of Ontario. Downtown Toronto, where many well-known restaurants, bars, and hotels are located, is right along Lake Ontario’s northwest shore. You can visit the iconic CN Tower, one of the tallest buildings in the world, and you can even dine at the revolving restaurant at the top of the tower. Down at the ground level in the city, there are a variety of museums and historical sites, like Casa Loma, a castle known for its gardens. For beer and culture lovers, the Distillery District is the art and cultural hub of downtown. There you can find microbreweries, local dishes, music shows and beautiful heritage buildings. Apart from the culture and sightseeing, Toronto is also known for its abundant green spaces - parks, hiking trails, and sports facilities are easy to find in this bustling city.
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