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Canada is renowned for its vast and untouched landscapes, unique blend of cultures and fascinating history.
Here’s how you can experience all this and more by getting great deals on cheap flights.
Canada, as the largest country in north America, and second biggest worldwide, experiences a huge range of weather. Which means it can offer a truly year round destination.
In the winter months places like Whistler and Revelstoke bustle with ski tourists. And big cities like Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal have ample attractions to keep you busy whatever time of year you visit. However, if you’re not visiting for winter sports action, then be aware that Canada can get very cold in the winter months.
The most populated region, Ontario, has a less extreme climate, as do most of the regions bordering the United States. Further north as you approach the Arctic Circle, conditions can be challenging in winter months.
As one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations, more than 15 million people visit Canada each year, many of them from the UK. So, as you would expect, flights during school holidays and in the summer months are more in demand so it’s always worth booking early to grab a cheap flight to Canada.
It’s not all about when you travel from London to Canada, though. It’s possible to find cheaper flights all year round if you use Expedia.
Firstly, make sure that you use the ‘Nearby Airports’ option when conducting your search. You’ll find this under the departure location. This allows you to explore the best deals flying from other UK airports.
If you are searching for flights to Canada from UK, try selecting all London airports rather than either just Heathrow or Gatwick. This will expand your search options and may result in you finding a better deal.
Being flexible on dates and time of travel also means you can get cheaper fares. Click the ‘Show flexible dates’ section to see how much you could save.
Finally, if you are able to be flexible about your arrival destination you might get your flight to Canada at a great rate.
There are numerous UK departures to Canada running through the year.
Canada’s three busiest airports are Toronto Pearson, Vancouver International and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau.
Toronto Pearson is located around 14 miles from downtown Toronto and is one of the 20 busiest airports in the world by flight numbers, as well as being the country’s main air hub.
Vancouver International is situated just over seven miles from downtown and is well connected to public transport services.
Montreal-Pierre Elliot Trudeau is in the suburb of Dorval, around 12 miles from the centre of the city.
There are also major airports located in Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and Halifax, amongst others.
Direct and indirect flights to Canada are available from a number of different carriers.
Once in Canada, due to its size, travelling intercity is easiest to do by air.
While Canadian roads are generally in good condition and hire cars are available, if you are covering large distances this can be time consuming. However, if you’re staying in one region, a hire car is a great way to get out and discover more of the pristine Canadian landscape.
The major cities are also linked by a national rail network, with sleeper compartments available.
Canada is home to 17 World Heritage sites, including the Nahanni National Park, Northwest Territories and Newfoundland and Labrador.
The major cities of Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal are also major attractions, renowned for their high quality of life, easy public transport systems and welcoming atmospheres.
There is iconic skiing at Whistler, the vast prairie states in the centre, and the historic Atlantic provinces.
You can also discover Acadian culture, explore the stunning natural beauty of the coastline and find out more about how European settlers were able to survive the harsh Canadian winters.
Due to Canada’s immense size, it covers a colossal six time zones ranging from GMT-8 to GMT-3 in Newfoundland.
British citizens don’t usually need a visa for travel to Canada for short periods, but you will need to get an Electronic Travel Authorisation before you travel. You can get these by applying online at the Canadian government website after you’ve bought your tickets to Canada.