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8 days / 7 nights
DepartingSat, 27 Apr 2019
Pantages Hotel Toronto
27 Apr 2019 - 04 May 2019
TripAdvisor rating 3.5
From £871 per person
Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel
27 Apr 2019 - 04 May 2019
TripAdvisor rating 4.0
From £1,042 per person
Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites
27 Apr 2019 - 04 May 2019
TripAdvisor rating 3.5
From £661 per person
The Grand Hotel & Suites Toronto
27 Apr 2019 - 04 May 2019
TripAdvisor rating 4.0
From £1,078 per person
8 days / 7 nights
DepartingSat, 25 May 2019
The Roehampton Hotel
25 May 2019 - 01 Jun 2019
TripAdvisor rating 3.5
From £832 per person
Days Inn by Wyndham Toronto East Beaches
25 May 2019 - 01 Jun 2019
From £846 per person
Le Germain Hotel Toronto
25 May 2019 - 01 Jun 2019
TripAdvisor rating 4.5
From £1,247 per person
Marriott Downtown at CF Toronto Eaton Centre
25 May 2019 - 01 Jun 2019
TripAdvisor rating 4.0
From £1,149 per person
8 days / 7 nights
DepartingSat, 10 Aug 2019
The Omni King Edward Hotel
10 Aug 2019 - 17 Aug 2019
TripAdvisor rating 4.5
From £1,114 per person
Strathcona Hotel
10 Aug 2019 - 17 Aug 2019
TripAdvisor rating 3.5
From £1,015 per person
Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Toronto Downtown
10 Aug 2019 - 17 Aug 2019
TripAdvisor rating 3.5
From £1,085 per person
The Rex Hotel Jazz & Blues Bar
10 Aug 2019 - 17 Aug 2019
TripAdvisor rating 4.0
From £817 per person
3 days / 2 nights
DepartingFri, 30 Aug 2019
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Super 8 by Wyndham Downtown Toronto
30 Aug 2019 - 01 Sep 2019
TripAdvisor rating 3.5
From £465 per person
Sheraton Centre Toronto
30 Aug 2019 - 01 Sep 2019
TripAdvisor rating 4.5
From £507 per person
Hilton Toronto
30 Aug 2019 - 01 Sep 2019
TripAdvisor rating 4.0
From £509 per person
Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Toronto
30 Aug 2019 - 01 Sep 2019
TripAdvisor rating 4.0
From £489 per person
Hotel ratings in Toronto
Bond Place Hotel Toronto
Toronto
From £786 per person
Get away with friends
TripAdvisor rating 3.5
Feb 18, 2019
Kingston, Canada
Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre
Toronto
From £862 per person
Always a great experience staying at this Holiday Inn
TripAdvisor rating 3.5
Mar 13, 2019
Ottawa
Chelsea Hotel, Toronto
Toronto
From £992 per person
Family fun in a big city
TripAdvisor rating 3.5
Mar 16, 2019
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada
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Flight and hotel Toronto

Multicultural Toronto

With more than 140 languages spoken in the city, Toronto is one of the world’s most diverse places. Somehow relaxed as well as being cosmopolitan, the city is home to almost every type of restaurant imaginable, as well as theatre, arts and shops to rival New York or London. It’s no wonder so many Brits take package holidays to Toronto. Some are even booking weekend trips to Toronto!

On city breaks in Toronto you can discover the beauty of a city on the shores of Lake Ontario. Once a frontier town, Toronto rose to prominence in 1834 when it achieved city status. As North America’s fourth largest city, Toronto is an international hub, and if you like world-class music events, an eclectic mix of bars and clubs and lively night scene, you could do worse than a weekend in Toronto or longer.

Toronto: know before you go

Take a flight from London to Toronto or a flight from Manchester to Toronto and you’ll land in the Toronto Pearson International Airport. From here it’s just a 25-minute ride on UP Express into downtown Toronto. Most visitors need either a visa or an Electric Travel Authorization to visit Canada, so do check this out before you book a flight to Toronto.

Canada’s currency is the Canadian dollar which is floated against the US dollar, and there are two official languages: English and French. Most French, however, is spoken in Quebec, and in Toronto, everyone you meet will speak English. Canada follows Eastern Standard Time (EST), which is five hours behind Greenwich Mean Time. The good news is that most people suffer worse jet lag travelling from west to east, so on the journey out you shouldn’t feel too bad.

When should you visit Toronto?

Toronto’s peak season falls between the summer months, from June to August, when the streets overflow with visitors and the streets spring to life. Toronto’s wide pavements make the city a delight to walk around, so book a flight and hotel in Toronto at either end of the season to beat the worst of the humidity the city is known for and see the sites on foot. Take city breaks in Toronto during the winter months and you’re likely to be greeted with a lot of snow. Ice skate in the park, see a winter light show or go cross-country skiing in High Park.

What can you do in Toronto?

Package holidays in Toronto won’t leave you disappointed. Sample delicacies from all around the world and stroll with ease around the city.

  • Explore the historic old town with its Victorian architecture and independent shops.
  • Shop for vintage goods on Queens Street West.
  • Enjoy the waterfront at Queens Quay.
  • Take a ten-minute ferry ride to the Toronto Islands and lose yourself in a host of cycle paths, picnic spots and sandy beaches.
  • Sample the culinary delights of Greek Town or Little India in Eastside.
  • Head uptown for a modern shopping experience.
  • Stroll among the health food stores and trendy cafes in High Park.

What can you see in Toronto?

Take a flight and hotel in Toronto and discover a city with lots to offer. From iconic landmarks to breath-taking nature, this a city with visitor appeal.

  • Enjoy panoramic views and an exhilarating lift ride that takes less than a minute to carry you 553 metres at the CN Tower.
  • See the stunning Niagara Falls, a must-see attraction situated just a few hours from Toronto by train.
  • Discover Canadian artists as well as those from around the world at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
  • Take the kids to Canada’s Wonderland, where famous characters such as Scooby Doo and Charlie Brown are waiting.
  • Watch the world go by in Yonge-Dundas Square.
  • Shop until you drop at the Eaton Centre.
  • Catch a Toronto Blue Jays baseball game at the Rogers Centre.

Eating out in Toronto: it’s a foodie’s delight!

Home to people from more than 200 locations, Toronto is truly multicultural, and that diversity extends to its restaurants. You’ll find excellent dim sun in China Town and fantastic chicken, chips and custard tarts in Little Portugal to the east of Brockton Village. Head to Leslieville for a wide array of trendy brunch joints or try one of the understated restaurants in Parkdale. Contrary to its name, little Italy is now home to some great quality Spanish food and pan Asian flavours, as well as steaming bowls of pasta and pizza.

Toronto is home to more microbreweries than ever, so make sure you try some craft beer while you’re here, and for a truly Canadian experience, don’t forget to sample some freshly made pancakes with maple syrup.

What souvenir should you bring home from Toronto?

Maple syrup has to be the number one Toronto souvenir, and if you love the flavour of the sticky stuff why not try maple sugar sweets, maple biscuits and maple flavoured lollies? If you like clothes shopping, pick up a pair of trendy John Fluevog shoes or some outdoor clothing made by Canada’s Roots brand. Take a Toronto Blue Jays shirt home with you or put a pin of the Canadian flag on your rucksack. You can’t get much more Canadian than a miniature Inukshuk (a man-shaped monument made of stone), but for a real treat head to Tim Hortons for some of the best donuts around. Just make sure you eat them before they go stale!