Book a flight from Myrtle Beach to Toronto and land in the heart of the city. Toronto is bursting with arts, culture and growing neighbourhoods, all ripe for exploring.
The Entertainment District is home to some of the most popular and iconic Toronto attractions, like the CN Tower. With its observatories high above the city and a revolving restaurant, the CN Tower delivers panoramic views as far as Niagara Falls. Right next door is the famous home of the Toronto Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre, where you can catch some home runs in action.
A little farther northwest, art and history buffs will feel like they’re getting the royal treatment at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), with centuries of arts and natural history exhibits. Bring the whole family along for fun at the ROM’s interactive exhibits, complete with historical costumes, mock fossil digs and more.
A short stroll north of the ROM is Yorkville, where Toronto’s rich, famous and fashionable all flock for designer clothing boutiques and upscale spas. Even if you’re not a real big spender, this district is worth a visit for the food alone. Cobblestone streets, lively patios and terraces will have you dining in style among the city’s most affluent residents and maybe even a few celebrities.
Kensington Market could be considered Yorkville’s polar opposite, and a reflection of Toronto’s diverse cultural makeup. This colourful area is full of friendly flea markets, street art, clothing boutiques, record shops and more. Kensington Market is also the perfect place for grabbing multi-ethnic dishes and trying the latest pastry and fusion food trends.
Fly from Myrtle Beach to Toronto and immerse yourself in both popular attractions and hidden gems.
When you fly from Myrtle Beach to Toronto, get caught up in the hustle of the busy district of Yonge and Dundas. Yonge-Dundas Square is a tourist magnet and central attraction of downtown Toronto. It’s also flanked by plenty of other attractions, like the Toronto Eaton Centre, historic Ed Mirvish Theatre and lots of restaurants.
By day or night, the square is lit up by lots of bright video billboards, earning it the nickname of Toronto’s Times Square. Within the square, you’ll find a hub of constantly changing activities like art installations, food trucks, outdoor movie screenings and free concerts.
You can catch more concerts at the historic venue of Massey Hall. Located on Shuter Street, it’s one of Toronto’s oldest music halls. Opened in 1894, it was the original home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. The modern Massey Hall is more intimate than most of the city’s bigger name venues, boasting amazing acoustics and regularly hosting concerts from world famous acts.
When you’re ready to take a bite out of this neighbourhood, you’ll have plenty of options. With Ryerson University taking up a sizeable part of the Yonge and Dundas area, it’s easy to find cheap and casual eats along with Karaoke bars. Multi-level microbreweries, burger joints, classic steakhouses, Italian, Korean, and Japanese restaurants stand side-by-side.
Once you’ve had your fill, a short streetcar ride west will bring you to the prestigious Art Gallery of Ontario. Here, you’ll thousands of pieces of art, including photography dating back to the 1840s and a comprehensive collection of African and Oceanic art.
When you’re finished wandering the AGO’s fascinating halls, hop back on the streetcar to your next adventure. The eclectic shops of Queen Street West, and the colourful streets of Kensington Market are just minutes away.
Fly from Myrtle Beach to Toronto and indulge in the tourist hotspots of Yonge and Dundas and nearby noteworthy Toronto attractions.
When you fly from Myrtle Beach to Toronto, be sure to cross the bridge to Riverside. A scenic streetcar ride from the city’s centre brings you to this east end neighbourhood along historic Queen Street East.
Riverside establishments are characterized by chic urban style and always-friendly service. Meanwhile, the neighbourhood is dotted with trees, parks and public art. A largely residential area, Riverside’s side streets are lined with Edwardian and Victorian-style houses.
During the 1800s, these homes served as boarding houses for the city’s working class. Today, they’ve been repurposed and revitalized for the growing influx of young families. Both the new residents and new designs bring vibrance to Riverside.
In this easily accessible neighbourhood, you’ll find fair trade coffee, boutiques that design clothing in-house, country music hangouts, cafés that double as bars, and photography galleries.
Riverside’s most famous venue, The Opera House is a noteworthy Toronto attraction and a great example of fascinating history east of downtown Toronto. The Opera House still retains its original architecture from its vaudeville theatre days in the 1800s.
It was transformed into a cinema from the 1930s to the 1960s, when live vaudeville fell out of favour. Over the years, the venue has hosted an impressive lineup of international acts including Radiohead, Eminem, and Nirvana.
As you continue east on Queen Street East, you’ll find public art, over 100 boutiques, trendy restaurants, British specialty tea shops, vintage clothing, and some of Toronto’s best brunch spots. During your stroll along the tree dotted sidewalks, keep an eye out for the famous Degrassi Street sign on Riverside’s eastern border.
Flights from Myrtle Beach to Toronto bring you closer to this beautiful residential neighbourhood with historic homes, shopping, dining and more.
Fly non-stop from Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ). Myrtle Beach to Toronto flight time is 2 hours and 20 minutes on average. The distance from Myrtle Beach to Toronto is around 1,110 km / 690 mi.
Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.