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Toronto is the largest city in Canada and one of the largest in North America. With its many museums, charming neighborhoods and impressive skyscrapers, this cosmopolitan city is certainly worth a city trip and is sometimes compared as the perfect combination between New York and San Francisco.
Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is the international airport of Toronto. It is located in the west of Toronto at about 28 kilometers from the center and is also the largest in Canada. The journey time to the center is around 25 to 45 minutes.
Air Canada is the national airline of Canada and therefore also the largest in the country in terms of fleet and passengers. It not only operates numerous domestic flights, but also connects Toronto with Europe, Asia and South America. It is part of the Star Alliance group.
The Dutch airline also offers numerous flights from Europe to Toronto. They are in the Skyteam alliance, together with airlines such as Air France. Very useful when you have a connecting flight with another airline of the alliance.
Flights from Amsterdam to Toronto have a flight duration of around 8 hours and 10 minutes. Airlines such as KLM and Air Canada offer direct flights. From London you can reach Toronto in 8 hours.
The most striking structure in the Toronto skyline is undoubtedly the CN Tower. The 553 meter high mast was once the tallest freestanding structure in the world, but now serves primarily as a viewpoint over the city. You will also find a restaurant and café on the tower.
The City Hall dates from 1965 and is an exceptional piece of architecture in the city. The marble floors, many murals and the two towers around the white council chamber give all this a very modern impression.
Casa Loma is a Gothic castle north of the center that was built by a wealthy banker in 1911. In the meantime, you can visit the castle as a museum with its many crystal chandeliers, marble floors and a large collection of vintage cars.
This is the name for the old warehouse district of Toronto. In itself not very attractive you would think, were it not for the fact that the entire area has undergone a major facelift. Once this was the place where alcohol was fired, but now it is considered to be one of the hippest neighborhoods in the city with numerous cozy restaurants, cafes and breweries.
During a long journey it is always difficult to travel in a green and environmentally friendly way, but Toronto has invested heavily in ecological accommodation in recent years. Eco-tourism has been booming and overnight accommodation such as the Hampton Inn and Fairmont Royal York for a few years.