Non-stop, summer flights from Fort Lauderdale, USA to Toronto, Canada for only $58 USD one-way with Air Canada!
Toronto can offer entertainment venues, a stunning lakeside walking with one of the best skyline landscape in the whole Canada and many more attractions. The city symbol is the famous Tower with its incredible view from the top of this 533m building. But what you will enjoy the most is a day tour to the Niagara falls!
If you're looking for an authentic outdoor vacation, explore the spectacular archipelago that straddles the Canada–US border in the Saint Lawrence River. Enjoy a memorable cruise through this unspoiled region of endless shorelines and hear true tales of pirates, bootleggers and dignitaries.
St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario offer private boaters endless shorelines leading to coves, back channels, and vibrant waterfront downtowns. Soak in genuine heritage at maritime museums, fairy-tale-like castles, lighthouses and more. Visit zoos and aquariums focused on local forest and marine life. Come in the spring and smell the sweet aroma of maple sugar shacks. Apple orchards, scattered throughout the region, make autumn a peak season for savouring cider.
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August to September 2018
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Fort Lauderdale – Toronto
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