|Cheapest price||C$ 350||From Toronto to Detroit|
Hop off your Detroit flight, grab the keys to your Model T and turn up the Motown music as you drive through Motor City. While your flight to Detroit might be music-less, there’s no stopping the beat once you hit the streets. Detroit got its nickname, “Motor City,” after Henry Ford rolled the first car off the assembly line in Detroit. Today, Detroit is still centre for automobile production but thanks to flights to Detroit, there’s more to the transportation industry than just Fort Thunderbirds and classic Mustangs.
Tourists booking airline tickets Detroit and accommodations will find themselves in the entertainment hub of the Midwest. Many travellers leave their Detroit flight and head straight to Hitsville USA, where the Motown Sound comes to life and continues to play. But there are other attractions for visitors booking flights to Detroit. The Detroit Museum of Art and the Renaissance Centre are huge tourists. Detroit sports fans can book Detroit flights during football season and cheer on the NFL Lions, or find cheap flights to Detroit during hockey season and root for the Detroit Red Wings.
Winters in Detroit are bitter cold and snowy, with icy winds and temperatures below freezing. Spring is damp and chilly with temperatures ranging from the 0 to 15 degrees. June starts to get warm, and July and August are hot and humid with temperatures in the 20s. The September and October temperatures start to go down to the -10s. July tends to be the hottest month and January the coldest.
Summer is the most popular time to visit the Midwest and the Great Lakes, and July and August are when prices for flights to Detroit tend to be the highest.
Fall foliage season starts around mid-September, and the colours reach their peak by mid-October.
Winter and early spring is the off season; however, despite the bitter winters, visitors come to Michigan for downhill skiing.
The best way to get around the Motor City is by car. Detroit is easy to drive through, and there are plenty of parking spots. Bring a good map, since many downtown streets are one way, and avoid driving in rush hour. The People Mover runs on an elevated track in a five kilometre loop downtown. If you need a taxi, you can hail one on the street.