Toronto, here we come!

Toronto Skyline

Whilst it is the finance and business capital of Canada, it is also the city of the 140 languages, flea markets, galleries and street art. Some areas look just like Manhattan, others like Berlin. It’s situated on the Lake Ontario, which stretches over 19,000 square kilometres, and is not far from the Niagara Falls. Toronto is simply pure diversity. Air Canada Rouge now flies four times a week, every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 3:15 pm, from Berlin-Tegel to the Canadian metropolis. This first leg of the Canadian holiday route is served in Germany by a Boeing 767. The flight lasts eight hours and 45 minutes.

Air Canada Rouge

Air Canada Rouge

Founded in 2012, the Canadian low-cost airline is based in Montreal and serves the holiday destinations in Air Canada’s network. Current destinations include airports in North and South America, the Caribbean, Japan and Europe. The transport hub of Toronto offers passengers great access to other destinations in Canada and the USA.

Travel tips for Toronto

Toronto Street Art

Whether it’s the CN Tower, the Royal Ontario Museum, Graffiti Alley or the Toronto Islands. Whether it’s Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, St. Lawrence Market, High Park or Chinatown. Whether it’s a trip through the city by tram or a tour by ship. The list of things to do in Toronto gets full in no time at all. And once you have experienced a warm summer evening on the illuminated harbour front, you will want to come back again and again...

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