|Origin Airport IATA Code||BOS|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||YTO|
|Direct Flight Airlines||Air Canada, Emirates, Turkish Airlines, Delta Air Lines, WestJet, United Airlines|
|Earliest Flight Arrival||1:08PM UTC|
|Latest Flight Arrival||3:38AM UTC|
Toronto has become a cosmopolitan city, welcoming visitors from around the world looking to experience the shows, shopping, and tourist attractions that define Canada's largest city. Flights from Boston to Toronto, as well as car rentals and hotels, can be researched and booked on Orbitz.com.
Founded in 1630, Boston is one the United States' oldest cities and is the largest city in Massachusetts. Known as an international center for higher education, with Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) located nearby, Boston has an economy supported by one of the largest medical communities in the world. Air travel from Boston originates at Logan International Airport, located in the neighborhood of East Boston. Twenty-six airlines currently serve the airport, with Delta, United, American, US Airways and Air Canada providing nonstop service to Toronto.
The central parking garage at Logan International Airport offers short-term, long-term, and premium-guaranteed parking and offers convenient access to all the terminals. Parking in the central garage is $27 a day. An economy lot is also available for $18 a day, with free shuttle service to the terminal. Logan Express offers transportation via bus from stations in Braintree, Peabody, Woburn and Framingham. MBTA provides service to the airport on the blue line subway and silver line bus routes. Water shuttles and taxis are also available for a fun ride to the airport from Boston Harbor. Once you've checked in, the terminals at Logan offer dozens of quick or full-service dining options. Wolfgang Puck Gourmet Express offers some of the chef's famous dishes served up quickly. Dunkin' Donuts and Starbucks both have locations in all of the terminals, so you can grab a donut and coffee on your way to the departure gate.
Toronto, the capital of the province of Ontario, offers a theater and performing arts scene that rivals that of New York. The shopping and dining opportunities in the city are often compared to Paris. The home of the CN Tower, rising 1,814 feet above the skyline, Toronto has become a major tourist destination for travelers around the globe.
Flights to Toronto land at Toronto Pearson Airport, located 14 miles northwest of the city's center. Once you've arrived, six car rental agencies are located on the ground level of the parking garages right outside each terminal. Taxi and limousine services offer convenient walk-up service outside the terminals at set rates. Toronto Pearson's Downtown Express bus can get you from the airport to the heart of Toronto at low prices. Toronto boasts the third-largest public transportation system in the world, comprised of a three-rail subway, an elevated light-metro train, and buses, making it an excellent mode of transportation around the city.
Toronto experiences all four seasons, with average high temperatures of 80Â°F in July, and average low temperatures dropping into the teens in December and January. No matter what time of year you visit Toronto, make sure to bring along a jacket or coat. Temperatures tend to cool off in the evening year-round. If you're coming for the many theater events, winter offers some of the best low fares and hotel rates.
While you're in Toronto, take advantage of a subway ride on the Yonge Line to Eaton Centre in the heart of the city. The shopping plaza offers hundreds of international stores, restaurants and beautiful architecture. Spend the afternoon walking under building-length skylights and soaring bird sculptures. You can also hop on a ferry to Toronto Island Park, which consists of four islands. Picnic grounds, bike trails and children's attractions offer something for the whole family. Other family attractions in Toronto include the Toronto Zoo and Canada's Wonderland, an amusement park with 65 exciting rides. Theater-goers have dozens of options in Toronto. The Pantages Theatre is a restored historical playhouse that is home to many Broadway shows. The Princess of Wales Theatre was built in the 1990s and is named for Britain's Diana, Princess of Wales.
Travel from Boston to Toronto is easy, with so many airlines offering daily service from Logan to Toronto Pearson. There's a never a dull moment in Toronto, a city that offers hundreds of opportunities for entertainment, shopping and new experiences. Orbitz.com is waiting to help you find the right low fare from Boston to Toronto and book deals on car rentals and hotels.
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