Discover all the charm of trendy Toronto
Do you like art, culture and nature? Book a flight to Toronto and wander along the promenade of Toronto’s Harbourfront. A visit to the PATH underground shopping centre is an experience in itself. The streetcar will take you to The Beaches district in no time where you can relax or walk on the beach. In the evening, the Distillery District is the place to be. This car-free area is jam-packed with cafes, restaurants and theatres.
You’ll notice traces of famous architects all over Toronto. Marvel at the splendid design of the Royal Ontario Museum in Downtown Toronto. Its glass structure was designed by Daniel Libeskind. You should also visit the Art Gallery of Ontario, which was given a makeover by Frank Gehry. The spectacular staircase on the outside really catches people’s attention. Still haven’t seen enough? Go to the top floor of the CN Tower for a breathtaking view of the city and its surroundings. Toronto is the ideal destination for a special city trip or as the starting point of a magnificent tour of Canada. Don't miss this experience: book a flight to Toronto now!Book a flight to Toronto
Islands teeming with birds and thundering waterfalls
Toronto has very pleasant surroundings. The Toronto Islands, which are close to the city, are where the locals go to get away from it all. Here you’ll find ample opportunities for walking and cycling. They’re also a great place for bird lovers. However, the major natural phenomena near Toronto are the Niagara Falls. Once you’ve seen the immense volumes of water crashing down in front of your eyes, you’re bound to be impressed.
Flights to Toronto for a unique holiday
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Since 1976, the 553-metre-high CN Tower has cut a solitary but magnificent figure in the Toronto skyline. It is the highest free-standing building in the Western Hemisphere. The Tower plays an important role in the city’s telecommunications and also serves as a symbolic function - a beacon of Canadian pride.
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