It’s smooth sailing ahead when you book a flight from Toronto to Halifax.
With Citadel Hill rising out of downtown Halifax, history is at the centre of this maritime metropolis. On top of this hill, the Halifax Citadel watches over the city below. Beyond Halifax’s military past, you can learn about its migrant past at the Canadian Museum of Immigration.
Walk to the historic waterfront to see the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. No matter where you turn in Halifax, you’re sure to run into the past.
Grab a pint at Alexander Keith’s Brewery. Dating back to 1820, this brewery offers tours and tastings. Beyond the brewery, Halifax boasts a lively pub scene. One of the best things to do in Halifax is to spend the evening in a pub, making new friends while listening to live music.
Located on the shores of the Atlantic, Halifax restaurants serve up a seafood feast. Go behind the scenes of your seafood, at the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market. For something even fresher, take a trip to Fisherman’s Cove, a restored 200-year-old fishing village.
Given the stunning seascapes of Halifax, it’s no surprise the city has inspired many artists. Visit the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia to view works with a Nova Scotian influence. Take a look through this collection to see how artists see this city and book your flight from Toronto to Halifax today.
Taking the term neighbourhood seriously, Halifax’s North End prides itself on its sense of community. Maritime Hospitality is a serious business in the North End.
Once an economic hub, the North End is now an artistic hub. Many painters, musicians, and writers have set up shop in the neighbourhood. Hosting a community of artists, it has developed a distinct local colour.
Art galleries abound, but art doesn’t stop at the gallery door. Everything from brick walls to backyards act as art galleries, in the North End. In this neighbourhood, street art is a varied and vibrant medium. While dodging cyclists on Gottingen Street, you may just see a masterpiece.
This colourful community is home to equally colourful houses. Take a walk down Agricola Street to see houses ranging from bright red to blinding yellow. For purples and teals, head over to North Park Street. The North End’s candy coloured houses are a real treat.
With a recent influx of students and tech startups, the North End has taken on a hipper air. While you can still get comfort food at Cousin’s Restaurant, the food scene is becoming trendier. This shift may change the North End, but there’s no doubt this neighbourhood will keep its cool.
Looking for fresh fashion? When flying from Toronto to Halifax, make sure to visit the Spring Garden for the latest trends.
With over 200 retail stores, there are plenty of places to shop in the Spring Garden neighbourhood. Everything from clothing to homewares is available in this section of downtown Halifax.
For a more curated selection, head to Spring Garden Place. This boutique-meets-mall setting has retail stores, restaurants, and other services. Make a day of it, by shopping, dining, and relaxing at the spa, all in Spring Garden Place.
Stop and smell the flowers in some real gardens at the Halifax Public Gardens. Spend some time taking photos of the tropical and native plants. Even in the winter, the garden’s wrought iron gates and statues are always ready for a photo opp.
For one of Halifax’s strangest features, take a walk in The Old Burying Ground. Located across from Saint Mary’s Basilica, this cemetery dates back to 1749. Right in the heart of downtown, The Old Burying Ground is both an urban green space and a slice of history.
Whether you’re looking to shop or stroll, the Spring Garden Area has plenty to pick from. Make sure to add this neighbourhood to your list when flying from Toronto to Halifax.
Toronto to Halifax direct and connecting flights are available to get you there year round.
Fly direct from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) to Halifax Stanfield International Airport (YHZ), with a stop in Ottawa or Montréal. Toronto to Halifax flight time is 3 hours on average. The distance from Toronto to Halifax is around 1,310 km / 810 mi.
For connecting flights, fly from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) to Halifax Stanfield International Airport (YHZ), with a connection in Ottawa or Montréal. Connection times vary.
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