Porter flights from Québec City to Toronto land you right in the heart of a dynamic city. Taking in views from the extreme heights of the CN Tower is a spectacular way to start your big city visit. You can opt for a meal in the revolving restaurant or simply take in the amazing views of the city below through the glass floor or on the Outdoor SkyTerrace.
Right next door is the Rogers Centre, a mecca for Toronto family outings, where the Toronto Blue Jays and rival teams regularly knock it out of the park.
Apart from the most popular Toronto attractions and landmarks, the city is known for its art and culture with a diverse collection of museums and galleries. Brush up on your art history or learn some fun facts at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM).
Just steps away from the ROM, The Bata Shoe Museum struts some seriously unique collections and history. Here you can step up to a range of footwear from sandals worn in ancient Egypt to the trendiest Yves Saint Laurent heels.
There’s no shortage of Toronto attractions in the Entertainment District. Here you’ll find Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, the multimedia archives of the CBC Museum, and obscure art house flicks at the TIFF Bell Lightbox Theatre. Be sure to also venture beyond these popular tourist draws to discover a multitude of eclectic and unique neighbourhoods.
Eat your fill on the Danforth in Toronto’s Greektown, where deliciously diverse restaurants and bars with a rich Greek heritage line the street.
Explore the sustainable attractions of Evergreen Brick Works, including a popular year-round weekend farmers’ market This lush area within the Don River Valley Park has a bike trail, environmentally-focused play areas, indoor and outdoor art galleries, and more.
With a Porter flight from Québec City to Toronto, your next great trip is a quick and easy flight away.
Founded in 1884, the Junction has grown out of its industrial past and into an increasingly hip west end Toronto neighbourhood that artists and young professionals call home. Book a flight from Québec City to Toronto to discover this gem off the beaten rail path.
The West Toronto Railpath, a local favourite of city cyclists, and changing landscapes of local businesses make this a great neighbourhood to live in, but it’s also perfect for visitors in search of things to do in Toronto. Venture west of the downtown core by streetcar and you’ll be rewarded with an authentic taste of the city.
Along the main drag of Dundas Street West, you’ll find loads of dining and shopping. The Junction’s independent businesses are unique and varied. The culinary scene includes Mediterranean cafés, fresh fusion restaurants, gourmet comfort food, handmade chocolates, wine bars, and cafés that double as local galleries.
Yoga studios, new and used bookshops, custom tattoos shops, and salons fill the spaces in between. The Junction is known for craft breweries, some boasting live music and vintage arcade games.
The Junction greets visitors with lots of edible temptations, but save some room for what many call the best pizza in Toronto. Vesuvio is the city’s first and oldest pizzeria. Established 1957, this family-owned restaurant brings New York style pizza and authentic Italian cuisine to Toronto’s west end.
Book a flight from Québec City to Toronto and take a ride over to the Junction. Next stop, rustically charming restaurants and industrial-chic bars.
Liberty Village is the workplace and playground of young entrepreneurs, the new affluent, and the tech savvy. Smartly dressed marketing professionals find plenty of gourmet coffee in between meetings, while film production companies cue the lights.
From its spot nestled between the Gardiner Expressway and King Street West, you’ll feel like you’ve been let in on a real Toronto secret. Liberty Village is easily accessible by bus but somewhat closed off from the surrounding city. If you’ve worked up an appetite visiting other Toronto attractions, a trip to Liberty Village is worth the effort.
Liberty Village is a carefully planned community focused on a balance of residential, commercial, and retail space. The area began to develop in the 1850s with the construction of the nearby railway.
This brought industry to the city along with the necessary warehouses and factories. Today those spaces have been converted into cool loft spaces, offices, and studios. Original Victorian industrial architecture still proudly stands throughout the area along with the occasional tall chimney stack.
The area includes upscale hair and nail salons, funky furniture boutiques, and trendy shopping for visitors. Exposed brick walls, craft beer, balcony patios, and games of indoor bocce ball characterize Liberty Village’s cozy culinary scene.
From Liberty Village, it’s a short trip over to the Canadian National Exhibition Grounds, which hosts events year round, and most famously The Ex. This temporary end of summer amusement park is a favourite Toronto tradition that is a riot of colour and lights with rides, petting zoos, street food, and more.
Situated within the Ex’s gates are concert venues, massive upscale nightclub spaces, and pool bars that host some of the city’s most lavish parties.
Book a flight from Québec City to Toronto and feel free to explore the tucked away coffee houses and locally beloved brunch hotspots of Liberty Village.
Fly non-stop from Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB) to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ). Québec City to Toronto flight time is 1 hour and 30 minutes on average. The distance from Québec City to Toronto is around 720 km / 450 mi.
Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.