Head north and discover the Canadian cosmopolitan of Toronto. Flights from Boston to Toronto will land you right in the heart of this friendly and diverse city that’s exciting all year round.
Get an elevated view from the top of the iconic CN Tower. From 457 m / 1499 ft above, see what the city has to offer, and on a clear day see as far as Niagara Falls. Daredevils can go out on a limb and take to the Edge Walk around the CN Tower’s circular roof.
Once you’re back at street level, keep it Canadian with a visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame. This historical building is the home of the Stanley Cup and boasts the largest collection of hockey memorabilia in the world.
But this historic hall isn’t just popular amongst sports fans, built in the 1800’s, this iconic building was used for multiple purposes throughout the decades and is a favoured by architecture admirers.
For art and history buffs, The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is perfect for all ages. The ROM is home to an array of historical exhibits, decorative arts from around the world and popular temporary collections. Kids (or the kid in you) will go wild for the indoor bat cave replica and other interactive animal and nature exhibits.
Art lovers can also burn the midnight oil with Toronto’s Nuit Blanche. This annual all-night art festival transforms the city’s downtown core and surrounding areas into a work of art. Indoor and outdoor art displays, hands-on and interactive exhibits, performance pieces and larger-than-life art installations take over Toronto.
Before you bolt back to Boston catch a game at one of the city’s unique sports venues. Watch the Raptors or the Maple Leafs at the Air Canada Centre or see the Blue Jays play ball at the Rogers Centre (still known to locals by its original and apt name, the Sky Dome). With so much to see, do and explore, it’s easy to see that Toronto is in a league of its own.
Designer boutiques, fine dining and upscale 5-star hotels line the streets of Yorkville. As you stroll along the pristine Avenues of Cumberland and Yorkville, you’ll feel like you’re in another time as the streets are lined with vintage cars and perfectly-placed boutiques.
On Yorkville’s south end, Bloor Street West is home to more mainstream high-end retailers where you’ll find big-name stores. Continue west along Bloor to discover the Royal Ontario Museum, one of Toronto’s crown jewels.
The ROM gives the royal treatment to art, history and nature lovers of all ages with temporary exhibits and permanent collections focused on historical civilizations from around the world, animals and fine art.
Footwear fiends should also walk over to the nearby Bata Shoe Museum. This strange and unique Toronto attraction includes four galleries and over 4,500 years of footwear history from cultures all over the world. You’ll also spot some celebrity shoes among the changing exhibits.
Like many other parts of Toronto, Yorkville is a frequently changing landscape of fine dining and features some of Toronto’s best patios. Visitors will get a real taste of Toronto street style and maybe even spot some famous fellow fashionistas. Once you head back to Boston, you’re sure to have a few good stories to bring home with you from Toronto.
Located in the heart of Toronto, Kensington Market is the city's beating heart, and a must-visit before flying back to Boston. Imagine all of the beauty and excitement of Toronto's world-renowned diversity compressed into a single neighbourhood.
Kensington is just that with its vibrant Victorian houses—that double as vintage clothing storefronts— and gallery-worthy street art. The area grew and thrived throughout the 20th-century as immigrants from Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America came to call Toronto home.
During Pedestrian Sundays (when the streets are closed to all traffic), Kensington feels even more like a flea market in a far off tropical city with its charming combination of old world and new. No condos or high rises creep up onto the edges of this culturally rich community, which also features Toronto's most unique and authentic eateries, not to mention some of the city's finest people watching opportunities.
Whether you're in search of vegan treats, a drink on a patio, food from around the world, vintage clothing, handmade goods, or eclectic street performances, there's something for everyone to eat, see, hear, and enjoy.
Fly non-stop from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ). Boston to Toronto flight time is 1 hour and 55 minutes on average. The distance from Boston to Toronto is around 700 km / 435 mi.
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