Flights to Toronto - Discovering Canada

Considered as one of the best places to live in the world, for the security of its streets and quality of life. Toronto is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in America. Multifaceted and multicultural, it offers hundreds of attractions to the thousands of tourists who visit every year looking for culture, a lively nightlife, a unique cuisine and shopping rounds filled with possibilities.

Toronto view




Frequências e Horários

Terceira <> Toronto

From Terceira

October 03 to 24, 2024        
On Thursdays        
Departure: 16:50 | Arrival: 19:30

June 2 to September 29, 2024        
On Thursdays and Sundays        
Departure: 08:30 | Arrival: 11:10        

From Toronto

April 3 to May 29, 2024 // October 2 to 23, 2024        
On Wednesdays        
Departure: 20:45 | Arrival: 06:40 (+1)

June 2 to September 29, 2024        
On Thursdays and Sundays        
Departure: 13:25 | Arrival: 23:20

Ponta Delgada <> Toronto

From Ponta Delgada

April 08 to October 23, 2024    
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays   
Departure: 16:50 | Arrival: 19:30

June 01 to September 28, 2024    
Thursdays, Fridays e Saturdays   
Departure: 16:50 | Arrival: 19:30  

From Toronto

April 07 to October 22, 2024    
Mondays, Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays   
Departure: 20:45 | Arrival: 06:40 (+1)

May 31 to September 27, 2024    
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays   
Departure: 20:45 | Arrival: 06:40 (+1) 

Funchal <> Toronto

From Funchal         
June 07 to September 27, 2024         
Departure: 06:20 | Arrival: 09:15

October 05 to December 28, 2024         
Departure: 13:30 | Arrival: 19:30         

From Toronto         
June 01 to September 28, 2024         
Departure: 11:30 | Arrival: 23:15

October 04 to December 27, 2024         
Departure: 20:45 | Arrival: 12:25


Porto <> Toronto

From Porto

April 05 to May 31, 2024 // October 04 to 25, 2024    
Departure: 12:35 | Arrival: 19:30

June 01 to September 28, 2024    
Departure: 06:10 | Arrival: 09:30    

From Toronto

April 04 to May 30, 2024 // October 03 to 24, 2024    
Departure: 20:45 | Arrival: 11:40 (+1)

June 07 to September 27, 2024    
Departure: 11:15 | Arrival: 23:10


Paris <> Toronto

From Paris

April 01 to October 21, 2024  
Departure: 14:05 | Arrival in Ponta Delgada: 16:05  
Departure from Ponta Delgada: 16:50 | Arrival in Toronto: 19:30

June 01 to September 30, 2024  
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays  
Departure: 14:05 | Arrival in Ponta Delgada: 16:05  
Departure from Ponta Delgada: 16:50 | Arrival in Toronto: 19:30  

From Toronto

May 31 to September 29, 2024  
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays  
Departure: 20:45 | Arrival in Ponta Delgada: 06:40 (+1)  
Departure from Ponta Delgada: 07:30 | Arrival in Paris: 13:10

October 04 to 25, 2024  
Departure: 20:45 | Arrival in Ponta Delgada: 06:40 (+1)  
Departure from Ponta Delgada: 07:30 | Arrival in Paris: 13:10



How to arrive

Azores Airlines flies twice a week to Toronto from Lisbon and Ponta Delgada.          
To purchase your trip to Toronto, in a fast and easy way, access our website and fill the booking form with your info and the dates that best suit your convenience.


Don’t miss in Toronto

CN Tower          
From its 553 meters, the CN Tower, one of the tallest buildings in the world, provides a magnificent view of several Toronto angles. It’s the main attraction in the city, receiving 2 million visitors per year. The upward travel in a panoramic lift with a sheer floor is a magnificent experience. On the top of the tower you can find a restaurant where you can take a meal while viewing the wonderful urban landscape.

About 90 minutes from Toronto you can find the famous Niagara Falls which you can contemplate by foot or by boat. The Maid of the Mist boat takes you really close to the American falls in only half an hour.          
During Summer, the falls are lit up by floodlights at night providing a surreal natural landscape to its visitors.






Eaton Shopping Center          
On the financial heart of the city you can find a shopping center with more than 250 stores which, at the same time, is an architectural icon.          
Its 4 floors, the glass dome and the 4 giant Canadian movable geese, set and projected on the top of the shopping center, fascinate everyone who pass by.

If your prefer shopping in unconventional stores, you can find specialized stores in Toronto for practically everything. We would like to highlight:

  • Discovery Records: It’s one of the most famous vinyl and CD store in Toronto with varied items and a charismatic interior design that provides a true journey through time.
  • The Cook Book Store: It’s a library and coffee shop with personalized service and qualified items where you can have a tea, a light meal, a coffee or a drink among classics of world literature.
  • Bloor Street: In this busy street, which gathers a great number of enterprises and department stores, people of various cultures pass by, showing the big cultural mix existing in Toronto.
  • York Ville: It’s one of the most exclusive shopping places in Toronto, famous for its variety and quality.



As everything in Toronto, the cuisine is quite rich and varied once its inspiration comes from the four corners of the world. From hot dog stands - considered as one of the best for the variety of ingredients - to the most luxurious restaurants. Among Asian, Indian and Italian restaurants, you can also find Portuguese restaurants of excellent quality.

St. Lawrence Market          
With an impressive structure, this market is true paradise for food lovers. Here you can find products of the best quality in a real festival of colors, smells, sounds and tastes provided by the combination of fruits, flowers, vegetables, meat, cheese and almost anything you can imagine. Enjoy a relaxed meal or taste the flavorful sweets.

Toronto panoramic


For free

It’s possible to access Toronto’s entertainment and cultural diversity without spending any money. Many of the city’s main spots are free: the St. Lawrence Market, Chinatown and Lake Ontario are some of the town’s hot spots and are totally free.

Toronto’s Chinatown is the second largest in North America and, as in every Chinatown, you will find a world of exotic products and hundreds of Asian food restaurants.          
With a primarily modern architecture and a sky full of large skyscrapers, Toronto presents several spots of interest with an architecture based on the Gothic style or on the Art Déco. Walking through this marvelous city is an excellent way of knowing it.


Art and Culture

Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)          
It’s worth a visit to the ROM even if you only see it from the outside. It fascinates everyone with its irregular glass exterior. It has more than 40 art, archeology and natural science galleries and one of the most famous collections of Chinese artefacts in the world.

Loma House          
Built in 1900, the Loma House, with 98 rooms, resembles a European castle contrasting with the futuristic and glassy architecture of Toronto. This “museum palace” exhibits works of art from all over the world.

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)          
The AGO, one of the 10 largest art museums in North America, is a mandatory visit for all art lovers. It has more than 40.000 art works, including masterpieces of international artists like Picasso and Monet.

Loma house



Family and outdoor activities

Centre Island          
The Centre Island is 10 minutes away by boat from Toronto and is part of a group of small islands where cars are not allowed. Besides the beautiful landscape, you can find fun and tranquility for all the family with an amusement park, recreational areas, beaches, a yacht club and several restaurants.


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