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Cheap Flights to Canada

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Canada is calling!

Canada has so much to offer travelers, and you can get there for less with our discounted student fares. World-class cities, a rich heritage, and of course some of the most amazing natural beauty in the western hemisphere await you just north of the border.

Whether you are looking to discover the rugged Canadian Rockies, wander the bustling streets of Toronto or Vancouver, or get your fill of poutine in Quebec, we are sure you will fall in love with Canada.

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Student Flights to Canada

Fort Lauderdale to Toronto

Feb 23

from

$90

one-way*

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Seattle to Calgary

Feb 14

from

$79

one-way*

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New York to Toronto

May 07

from

$100

one-way*

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Los Angeles to Vancouver

Mar 01

from

$101

one-way*

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Phoenix to Calgary

Mar 08

from

$127

one-way*

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San Francisco to Vancouver

Feb 28

from

$96

one-way*

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Canada Tours & Trips

Get the most out of your vacation to Canada with a trip from TourRadar. Hit the slopes of the Canadian Rockies, admire the glowing beauty of the Aurora Borealis in the Yukon, or be amazed by the Niagara Falls. These trips are the perfect addition to our discounted flights to Canada!

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Popular Attractions in Canada

Experience the best of Canada with amazing day trips, sightseeing and attractions tickets.

Toronto

Canada's largest city is known for its famous music scene, great restaurants, diverse neighborhoods and sports. You won't want to miss going to the top of the CN Tower.

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Vancouver

Vancouver is a great city for a west coast weekend, or as a base to explore all the surrounding natural beauty. Be sure to eat at one of its great Asian restaurants.

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Montreal

This city offers chic European vibes without the long flight across the Atlantic. Put those high school French classes to the test as you wonder this beautiful city.

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Calgary

Calgary is home to one of the largest rodeos in the world, the Calgary Stampede. This city in western Canada offers a great mix of city life and outdoor experiences.

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Quebec City

No trip to Quebec City is complete without a wander through Old Quebec. Be sure to take a selfie in front of the Château Frontenac, the most photographed hotel in the world.

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Banff

Head to Banff and Lake Louis for winter skiing, summer hiking, breathtaking sights and so much more. Visit the Columbia Icefields for a chance to walk on Athabasca glacier.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a visa to travel to Canada?

For tourist visits to Canada of less than 180 days, U.S. citizens do not need visas. Other types of travel, like study abroad and working trips may require a visa.

Do they drive on the left or right side in Canada?

Canada follows the same driving standards as in the United States, with drivers sitting on the left side of the car and driving on the right side of the road.

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