From the Sunshine State to sunsets on the lake, book a flight from Orlando-Melbourne to Toronto, and land in the heart of it all.
The downtown core is brimming with must-see Toronto attractions like the iconic CN Tower. Even from afar, this centrepiece of the skyline is impressive. If you dare to conquer your fear of heights and take a ride to the top, your bravery will earn you incomparable views of the city and Lake Ontario.
The neighbouring white domed building is the Rogers Centre. This stadium acts as one of Toronto’s main concert venues and is home to the Toronto Blue Jays.
Street performers, international dining, vintage clothing and lively sidewalk patios light up the already vibrant streets of Kensington Market. Come to this neighbourhood for an authentic taste of Toronto’s world-renowned diversity.
Toronto is certainly an urban centre, but it also has an abundance of green space, from perfect picnic spots in High Park to the oasis of the Toronto Islands. Prepare for a picnic by stocking up on fresh food at the historic St. Lawrence Market. Be sure to stop by Carousel Bakery, a market place staple for over 30 years; it’s beloved for its award-winning “world famous peameal bacon sandwich.”
If you haven’t had your fill, Queen Street West should be your next stop. Discover lots of things to do in Toronto along strips of casual bars and intimate music venues, all side-by-side with multi-ethnic eateries and clothing retailers.
Hipster hotspots and trendy little cafés line the sidewalks of Toronto’s west end neighbourhoods. Meanwhile, the up and coming east end mixes urban grit with green spaces, Victorian and Edwardian family homes, and designer boutiques.
Fly from Orlando-Melbourne to Toronto to embrace all that this multicultural city has to offer.
Once your flight from Orlando-Melbourne to Toronto has landed, you’ll want to discover the historic Distillery District. You’ll feel as though you’ve crossed another border, this time from the paved sidewalks onto cobblestone streets.
Once you’ve set foot into this unique neighbourhood, you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported back in time. This architecturally impressive area is a stark contrast to the shining modern condos and skyscrapers of downtown Toronto.
Perfectly preserved Victorian industrial buildings, some of the largest remaining buildings from the era in all of North America, now house modern Toronto attractions. Designer clothing and decor boutiques, galleries, restaurants, performance theatres and striking public sculptures now inhabit and give life to this historic district.
As its name suggests, this neighbourhood’s main attraction is the Gooderham & Worts Distillery, built in 1832. In its heyday, it was the largest distillery in the British Empire.
With its picturesque architecture and Victorian ambiance, the Distillery is a popular location for photoshoots and films. Be sure to bring along your camera to capture this neighbourhood’s magic.
During the summer, live music, food festivals and outdoor exhibitions fill the cobblestone streets. Towards year-end, the annual and popular holiday market turns the neighbourhood into a winter wonderland complete with handmade crafts, artisan baked goods, holiday decorations and horse-drawn carriages. Heated patios throughout the area allow visitors to enjoy Mexican cuisine, craft beer and more in the fresh air, even on the coldest winter nights.
Book flights from Orlando-Melbourne to Toronto to find contemporary and historic wonders in the Distillery District.
When you fly from Orlando-Melbourne to Toronto, you’ll land just minutes away from the epicenter of the city’s cosmopolitan cool in King West Village. This always-electric neighbourhood is where Toronto’s young, successful and affluent come to work hard and play hard.
You’ll notice that the locals are always stylish and savvy in this chic and lively neighbourhood. Exploring King West is easy as everything is accessible by foot and streetcar. Getting to the next big Toronto attraction is a breeze, given the neighbourhood’s proximity to the Entertainment District.
If you’re in search of Toronto’s newest and trendiest restaurants and nightclubs, this neighbourhood is the place to be. Designer boutiques and upscale salons add to the area’s already uber-cool landscape and make it easy to prepare yourself for King West’s happening nightlife.
Along King Street West is a selection of restaurants fit for a king. Choose from chef-made Latin street food, supper clubs and upscale American pub fare in eateries overlooking the street. Get the royal treatment with gourmet comfort food in velvet lined booths and refined one-of-a-kind cocktails served by dapper bartenders.
Get a taste of the high life at exclusive rooftop bars and lounges surrounding infinity pools that seem to drop off into the spectacular downtown skyline. The lineups before the velvet rope are worth it for the incredible views and bragging rights.
Fly from Orlando-Melbourne to Toronto to enter the kingdom of King West Village, where you’ll experience authentic downtown Toronto.
Fly non-stop from Orlando Melbourne International Airport (MLB) to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ). Orlando-Melbourne to Toronto flight time is 2 hours and 45 minutes on average. The distance from Orlando-Melbourne to Toronto is around 1,735 km / 1,080 mi.
Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.
Porter’s check-in desk is located in the departures area.
Orlando-Melbourne International Airport (MLB) is about 5 km / 3 mi from downtown Melbourne.
Take the Space Coast Area Transit 26 South Beach bus to the airport stop. The fare is $1.50 USD.
Please allow sufficient time to drop off your car rental before your departing flight.
The Melbourne Airport Express shuttle bus provides service to the airport from many hotels and resorts.
Taxis from downtown cost about $15 USD.
Porter Airlines lands you in Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ), which is just 3 km / 2 mi away from downtown Toronto.
From the base of Bathurst, you can take the 511 streetcar to Bathurst subway station or the 509 streetcar to Union subway station. You can take the subway, GO Transit, PATH or UP Express to and from Union Station. TTC fare for subways, buses, and streetcars is $3.25 CAD.
You can choose to take the pedestrian tunnel to the mainland terminal of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, or the 90-second ferry ride that runs every 15 minutes across Toronto’s inner harbour.
Hertz is conveniently located in-terminal at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport on the lower level.
Ubers are available for pick-up and drop-off at the airport.
Taxis to downtown cost about $10 CAD. Car service is about $40 CAD.
The shuttle pick-up is just outside the mainland terminal area, under the shuttle bus sign. The pick-up and drop-off location is by the west entrance of the Royal York Hotel on York Street.
The shuttle bus offers comfortable and complimentary service between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and downtown, approximately every 15 minutes. Times may vary due to traffic and road conditions.
The UP Express Train connects you between Union Station, Bloor Station, Weston Station and Pearson Airport. For ticket fares and schedules, visit upexpress.com