If you’ve purchased flights to Toronto, they are likely to land at Toronto Pearson International Airport. This airport is a 30-50 minute drive from downtown Toronto and accepts flights from a range of international airlines. Once your Toronto flights have landed, you will need to reach your accommodation in the city. You can use the Toronto Transit Commission public bus services to do this. GO Transit express and Pacific Western Airport Express buses are also available. Short-haul regional flights to Toronto may land at Toronto City Centre Airport. This airport is only ten minutes from downtown Toronto.
While Toronto may be large in size, it is still easy to explore. If you’re feeling fit, you could explore Toronto by bicycle. This is the perfect way to exercise your legs after sitting on Toronto flights. Taxis can be used if you wish to travel longer distances. The streetcar network, the subway, and the GO Transit system, a large system of trains and buses, are popular with tourists. At Union Station on Front Street between Bay and York you may catch rail service from Via Rail, Amtrak, Ontario Northland, and GO Transit.
Tourists on flights to Toronto may wish to visit the Art Gallery of Ontario on their arrival. If you’re traveling with kids, visit the Ontario Science Centre and Toronto Zoo. If you’re feeling brave, take a trip to the CN Tower and have a bite to eat at the tower’s revolving restaurant. If you visit Toronto in the summer, you can relax on one of Toronto’s beaches. Wasaga Beach is particularly popular with tourists on summer flights to Toronto. If you want to spend more time outside, take a walk along the Lakefront or Harbourfront in downtown Toronto, or visit the Toronto Botanical Gardens.
If you feel the need to stop for a drink while exploring Toronto, pop into the Bulldog Coffee, home to the most delicious espresso drinks in the city. For delectable desserts, try Dufflet’s. Find vegetarian cuisine at Vegetarian Haven and Le Commensal. Toronto also has great nightlife—grab some drinks at The Feathers Pub, or dance the night away at Muzik Nightclub or The Guvernment.
Since you saved money on your cheap flight to Toronto, you may want to do some shopping. Visit Toronto Eaton Centre, a large shopping mall in downtown Toronto, or the Yorkdale Shopping Centre, for clothes, accessories, and souvenirs.