Whether you’re in search of tourist attractions like the CN Tower and Royal Ontario Museum, a Blue Jays game at the Rogers Centre, or a hearty meal in a diverse neighbourhood, Porter flights from Timmins to Toronto land you right in the heart of the big city.
As soon as you hit the mainland, the Entertainment District is yours to explore. Here you’ll find an endless selection of things to do in Toronto. Live music and nights at the ballet are just a short walk away from diverse dining options and other famous attractions.
The Entertainment District is also Toronto’s main club district, full of electric nightlife, but nearby you’ll easily find plenty of other family fun. Dive in for an aquatic adventure at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, right next to the CN Tower and Rogers Centre.
A little farther south at Harbourfront Centre, the whole family can enjoy views of Lake Ontario, along with free concerts, and ice skating or kayaking depending on the season. Hop on a ferry to the Toronto Islands for a quick getaway complete with amusement parks, playgrounds, and beaches.
Toronto summers are all about the great outdoors, city style. Check out the endless selection of rooftop, sidewalk, and backyard patios at diverse bars and restaurants around the city. Once you’ve had your fill, explore the cultural parades, weekend-long music festivals, and eclectic free concerts that add endless rhythms to Toronto’s lively summers.
For some indoor fun, fashionistas will rejoice in Toronto’s wide selection of shopping. Downtown mall giant, Toronto Eaton Centre has an array of affordable fashion chain retailers as well as luxury brands. Along nearby Queen Street West you’ll find great deals on local designer clothing and truly one-of-a-kind formal wear.
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West Queen West is the more commonly used name for Toronto’s Art and Design District. Located west of Bathurst Street on Queen Street West, this neighbourhood proves that there’s fun to be had outside of the downtown core.
When you’re in search of unique things to do in Toronto, West Queen West is the perfect place to start. This neighbourhood is full of life, culture, and creativity. It houses some of Toronto’s leading avant-garde galleries and coolest nightlife.
Two neighbouring boutique hotels tower over the shops, restaurants, and coffeehouses as shining beacons of West Queen West’s character. Both feature artist-designed suites and incredible interior design. Within their culturally cool walls, you’ll also find bars, dance floors, antique elevators, rooftop bars,, art installations, and unique events year-round.
Hungry party animals can find great post-party snacks at side-by-side poutineries, Middle Eastern eateries, and some of Toronto’s best pizzerias. If you still can’t find what you’re craving, head a few minutes east to the Ossington strip where even more international dining choices await.
With streetcars running right along Queen Street, it’s easy to hop on and off in various notable West end neighbourhoods like Parkdale and The Junction.
Fly from Timmins to Toronto and hang out in what one internationally renowned magazine dubbed, “one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world”.
Flights from Timmins to Toronto land you in one of the world’s most multicultural cities. Once you’re here, head down to Koreatown. As its name suggests, the neighbourhood is home to some of Toronto’s best Korean restaurants, but like the city it calls home, it’s unique and diverse.
This dining district is packed with entertainment, international cheap eats, and trendy bars. Satisfy your cravings in Koreatown with vegan junk food, sushi, Latin cafés, Korean BBQ, and Phở.
Don’t be fooled by the bright lights of side-by-side restaurant fronts. Koreatown isn’t just a fine feast of multi-ethnic dining. In this energetic area you’ll also find yoga studios, indoor climbing gyms, used book stores, vintage boutiques, and shops offering adorable handmade paper goods.
On Koreatown’s western border is Christie Pits. Directly across from Christie Subway Station, this spacious park is a popular summer hangout for locals looking to cool off in the public swimming and wading pools, or seeking free movie nights under the stars. In colder months, the park is packed with ice skaters and toboggan-ready families.
No matter the season, Koreatown stays hidden from the velvet ropes of The Entertainment District, offering more unique late night fun with true local flavour. A collection of karaoke bars attract all sorts of night owls from university students to bachelorettes to hipster locals.
Delectable and diverse dining selections, along with the laid back atmosphere of Christie Pits will have you singing along in no time. Since Koreatown runs on Bloor Street West, right along one of the city’s main subway lines, it’s easy to get to other Toronto attractions and adventures.
Fly from Timmins to Toronto to satisfy your appetite for all the flavours Toronto’s Koreatown serves up.
Fly non-stop from Timmins Victor M. Power Airport (YTS) to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ). Timmins to Toronto flight time is 1 hours and 15 minutes on average. The distance from TImmins to Toronto is around 570 km / 355 mi.
Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.