Toronto is Canada’s largest city and vibrantly diverse, multicultural, and cosmopolitan, business centre. Boasting more than 2.9 million residents speaking 180 languages – it's not surprising the city's motto is "Diversity Our Strength.” The nation’s most populous city radiates energy fueled by eclectic nightlife, restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and an array of professional sports – we’ll never forget when the Toronto Raptors won the 2019 NBA Championship and the very first NBA finals played outside of the U.S.
Toronto’s incredible sights might pull you in, but its welcoming locals, dynamic neighborhoods, and progressive art scene will inspire a return.The diverse culinary happenings reflect Toronto’s multiculturalism, with an evolving food scene and world-recognized chefs.
Be it taking in the epic sights at lakeside Harbourfront, shopping at the famed Yonge-Dundas Square, strolling down the tree-lined streets in Yorkville, or art gazing in eclectic Queen West – Toronto offers a city experience unlike any in Canada.
Jetlines operates from Toronto Pearson International as its hub. Serving destinations as Winnipeg and Moncton five days a week from Monday to Friday.
The Toronto International Airport known as Lester B Pearson is located at 6301 Silver Dart Dr, Mississauga, ON, situated northwest of downtown. Jetlines operates from Terminal 3 with Onsite parking and car rental companies are available. Click here for the airport website.
Toronto is Canada entertainment and shopping hub, from Theatre shows to the lakefront and shopping, Toronto has it all.
To enjoy Toronto in bloom, plan a visit from late spring through early fall (May to mid-September), to soak in the peak season of outdoor concerts and festivals. Notable events during this time of year include Beaches International Jazz Festival, Toronto Caribbean Carnival (Caribana), Luminato, Pride, and Toronto International Film Festival. Fall through spring months are ideal for enjoying performance around the city, such as dance, theater, opera, and classical music.
Visitors can experience the twinkle of the holidays with a winter stay, although you’ll have to be ready to pack a sturdy coat. Visit in the colder months for holiday festivities like the Toronto Christmas Market, Toronto Light Festival, music events, and outdoor ice-skating.