Cheap Flights From London To Toronto

London to Toronto Flights OffersBook By 29 May 2024
Departing AirlineTravel datesPrice
London Tap Air Portugal21 May 2024 - 14 Aug 2024fr£435.00
London Icelandair27 Dec 2023 - 22 Jan 2024fr£455.00
London Oman Air01 Apr 2024 - 30 Jun 2024fr£475.00
London Tap Air Portugal10 Jan 2024 - 18 Mar 2024fr£532.00
London Air Canada14 Oct 2023 - 31 Dec 2023fr£584.00
London Air Canada16 Mar 2024 - 23 May 2024fr£694.00
London Lufthansa16 Feb 2024 - 20 Apr 2024fr£738.00
Flights to London To Toronto£738
Book flights to one of Canada’s most vibrant and multicultural cities today with cheap London to Toronto flights from Globehunters.

European, Latin American, Caribbean and Asian cultures all come together in this city to create a literary, artistic and musical hotspot.

The many different cultures that have called Toronto home over the years have led to multiple distinct neighbourhoods with their own flavour, such as Koreatown, Little Italy, Chinatown, Little Greece and more, each with their own sights and tastes to savour!

The huge CN Tower is one of the main tourist attractions here, as are the city’s major sports teams, such as the Maple Leafs and the Raptors, both of whom play their home games at the Air Canada Centre.

You may also wish to take a day trip out to the spectacular Niagara Falls, take a ferry over to the tranquil Toronto Islands or just hire a car and head out into the great wilderness of Ontario.

Believe it or not, there are actually also plenty of beaches along the shore of Lake Ontario.

And if you want to spend a day hitting the shops, look no further than the Eaton Centre, which boasts over 230 stores.

In terms of weather, Toronto experiences very distinct seasons, with some of the warmest summers in Canada, and bitterly cold and icy winters.

There are direct flights available from both London Heathrow and Gatwick to Toronto Pearson, with the average flight taking around eight hours.

Airlines that fly from London to Toronto include Air Transat, Air Canada, British Airways and Finnair.

Upon arrival, Toronto Pearson is Canada’s busiest airport and is around 18 miles from downtown Toronto.

You can choose to catch the express train from Terminal 1 to the city centre, which takes around 25 minutes, or there are also multiple bus services to the city and neighbouring towns such as Brampton.

British citizens should also bear in mind that they will require an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to enter Canada, which will cost you $7 CAD (£4.30) and be valid for up to five years.

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