Fancy polishing up your French? Hop on an hour’s flight from Toronto to Montreal, the largest city in Quebec.
Music festivals, indy bookshops, massive street murals and award-winning art galleries all point to a city filled with creative folk. And it’s all dressed in a handsome garb that takes in Parisian parks and Gothic houses, plus an old quarter that dates back 400 years.
Montreal fans out from the base of Mount Royal – a hilly park that comes with head-turning views.
Nice and short. Direct flights are around 1 hour 10 minutes long.
You can book a flight from Toronto to Montreal with Air Transat, Air Canada, WestJet and Porter Airlines.
Very. Up to 40 Toronto to Montreal flights take off a day.
Flights start off from Toronto Pearson International Airport or Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (AKA City Centre Airport). All flights land in Montreal-Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport.
The cheapest direct flights from Toronto to Montreal usually start off from Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Montreal is a law unto itself. This furiously independent city mashes up modern neighbourhoods and ancient old quarters, mountainous parks and skyscrapers, francophones and anglophones.
Must-sees include Old Montreal and the Mount Royal lookout. Just remember to set aside time for exploring trendsetting neighbourhoods like the Plateau, where Portuguese bakeries, microbreweries and cat cafés – yup – set up shop in some of the prettiest houses in the city.
Montreallers know exactly what to do with the frozen winter months, too. Book a flight from Toronto to Montreal in February, and you can celebrate one of the biggest winter festivals on the planet.
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