Cheap Flights From New Delhi to Toronto - BookingSquad

The southerly city of Toronto is a cultural cosmopolitan out in the heart of Canada. The people of Toronto enjoy the comforts of urban life and the city is home to over five million happy citizens. Summers welcome various festivals and carnival. The Taste of the Danforth, Beaches International Jazz Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and Caribana are few events to look forward to.

Although there are more than 200 neighbourhoods out here but the city is now divided into Downtown Core, East End, West End and North End. Not to forget are the upcoming suburbs of East York, York, North York, Scarborough and Etobicoke.

Most popular neighbourhoods among Indian community are Brampton and Mississauga. These cities and suburbs are well connected with Toronto via public transport and taxis.

This city is an all star when it comes to fine dining, cultural events, finance and business, technology and entertainment. There is something always going on around the corner to take you by surprise. A haven for tourists, Toronto is home to various galleries, shopping areas, natural spots and historical monuments.

Some obvious places to visit when in Toronto include St. Lawrence Market, Distillery District, The Royal Ontario Museum, CN Tower, Elin and Winter Garden Theatre and High Park.

The city experiences four seasons namely Spring from March to early May when temperatures rise up to a 12 degrees. Summers follow till August and being the warmest go anywhere between 20-30 degrees. Come fall in September and temperatures drop down till December. Winters follow till next spring and can get as low as -25 degrees.

Airports in Toronto

The city is well connected with three airports: Toronto Pearson International Airport, Downsview Airport and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. It is easy to fly to Toronto with both direct and non-stop flights.

Popular flights from New Delhi to Toronto

Air Canada and Jet Airways provides direct flights from New Delhi to Toronto. Jet Airways has a technical halt for refuelling at Amsterdam for around 3 hours. The shortest flight is that of Air Canada which takes around 15 hours from New Delhi to Toronto. Other popular flights include Jet Airways with halt in Amsterdam, British Airways with a halt in London, Swiss Airways via Zurich, Lufthansa via Frankfurt or Munich, Emirates via Dubai and Etihad via Abu Dhabi. The checked in baggage allowance on these sectors is 2 pieces of 23 KG each, a hand bag upto 7 KG plus a laptop carry bag and ladies purses

Getting to and around Toronto

Toronto is extremely well connected both at the domestic as well as international level. There are several international direct and connected flights from New Delhi Airport to Toronto. If your destination is a suburb or satellite cities like Brampton, or Mississauga, taking a flight to Toronto is the fastest and most convenient way to get there.

If you are looking to head downtown from Pearson or Island Airports, public transit takes you there in about 75 minutes and costs almost next to nothing. Although airport rides can be rather inconvenient, so getting a cab is always better. A cab takes almost 20-30 minutes for the same.

Public Transit and taxis are a convenient way to move around the city.

Top Hotels in Toronto

A good hotel is always an added bonus to your vacation. And thankfully, there are quite many great hotels scattered in and around the city. The Hazelton, Four Seasons and Ritz top the list and will definitely make your trip a memorable experience.

There are many other famous great hotels functioning out of Toronto. Windsor Arms, Shangri-La, Thompson Toronto, Le Germain Toronto Mercer and The Omni King Edward Hotel are amongst a few of them.

Major attractions in Toronto

Although there is a big list of things you must see when in Toronto but here is something we hope you do not miss on your next trip. The CN tower will give you some of the most beautiful city views in a lifetime. The Royal Ontario Museum and St. Lawrence Market are two more places that you cannot miss when out here.

Recurring Festivals and Events

You actually need to be in Toronto to know that the party never ends. Be it food, music, performing or visual arts! There is always something happening around the corner.

Food lovers can watch out for the Toronto Food Truck Festival, JerkFest, Taste of Danforth, Grace JerkFest Toronto. For art lovers there is the Canadian National Exhibition in August and the Toronto Internation Film Festival in September. Music fanatics can have a gala at the T.U. Jazz Fest and party lovers can enjoy at the Toronto Oktoberfest in September.