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7 November, 2018 - Please note that Air Transat flights moved to Zone E of the North Terminal at London’s Gatwick Airport.

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What to do in Toronto

When in Toronto, a visit to the CN Tower is a must. This emblematic, 533-metre tower is right in the middle of downtown. Why not enjoy exceptional views over Ontario’s capital during breakfast or lunch on the top floor at Restaurant 360!

Toronto’s archipelago consists of some 15 islands just south of downtown. Car-free, these islands are perfect for walking and relaxing in the heart of nature. Discover the historic St. Lawrence Market, located in Old Town Toronto and named world’s best food market by National Geographic.

Chinatown is known for its pedestrian streets and cultural diversity.

Attractions less than two hours from Toronto

Passing through Toronto? Why not rent a car and visit the surroundings!
  • The Niagara region

    Ontario is home to a spectacular place that attracts tourists from all over: Niagara Falls. Unique in the world, these 56-metre falls are of breathtaking beauty. Located nearby is the charming town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, famous for its vineyards and flowered streets.
  • Sandbanks Provincial Park

    A visit to Sandbanks Provincial Park is a chance to discover one of the largest sand dune formations in Canada, not to mention incredible sandy beaches that are perfect for swimming and water sports!
  • Georgian Bay

    Georgian Bay Islands National Park abounds with outdoor activities, of which the most popular are a cruise around 30,000 islands and hiking on one of many forest trails to see the North Channel.