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Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo Airport (YKF) to Halifax (YHZ)
Typically, flights to Halifax from Toronto are cheaper when flying from Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo to Halifax Intl, which has an average price of C$ 189
|CHEAPEST MONTH TO FLY TO HALIFAX FROM TORONTO PEARSON INTL AIRPORT||November||35% cheaper||Flying from Toronto Pearson Intl Airport to Halifax costs on average just C$ 164 in November|
|MOST EXPENSIVE MONTH TO FLY TO HALIFAX FROM TORONTO PEARSON INTL AIRPORT||April||59% more expensive||It costs about C$ 401 for flights to Halifax from Toronto Pearson Intl Airport in April|
|MOST POPULAR MONTH TO FLY TO HALIFAX FROM TORONTO PEARSON INTL AIRPORT||August||201% more users visited||More momondo users searched in flights to Halifax from Toronto Pearson Intl Airport in August than any other month|
Halifax is an exciting urban hub featuring seaside adventures and spectacular sights. Spring is the best time of the year to visit due to the warmer temperatures and longer days. From March – May, temperatures average 4 – 14 degrees Celsius. Fall is another beautiful time to visit. From September – October, the town is blanketed with hues of red, orange, and yellow leaves. The air is crisp and temperatures are still favourable, averaging 13 – 23 degrees Celsius.
If you are planning a flight to Halifax and are looking to avoid the rain, you should avoid traveling during the months of October and November. These months will typically see 5.1 inches or more of rain, meaning that rain is likely. If you do run into rain while in Halifax, there are still things to do and ways to enjoy your trip. Those looking for a great museum with interesting exhibits should take time out of their trip to Halifax to go see Museum of Natural History. Museum of Natural History is particularly popular with tourists when the weather in Halifax is not ideal. Visitors and residents in Halifax love to visit Art Gallery of Nova Scotia to see all the interesting art from the area as well as historical pieces.
There may be other airlines that fly to Halifax from Canada, but the most popular among our users are Flair Airlines, Air Canada, WestJet and Swoop. These airlines should offer flights to Halifax on a routine basis if you’re flying from one of the more popular airports in Canada.
WestJet operates around 7 flights into Halifax in any given week. The most common departure point for these flights was from Calgary, with the best round-trip WestJet deal found being C$ 121 (Edmonton to Halifax). Users have rated WestJet 7.4/10 in over 338 reviews on momondo.
Halifax transportation is quite convenient and affordable, but walking along the streets and exploring on foot is best. There are numerous hiking and walking trails to try, including walking tours of the city.
Halifax Transit offers buses, ferries, and MetroLink throughout Halifax city centre. Transfers are free, and the cash fare ranges from $2.50 – $3.50 CAD for adults and approximately $1.75 – $2.75 CAD for children.
Halifax promotes cycling with numerous bike lanes and tours. However, the city does not have their own bike rental program yet, so you will want to rent a bike from a local company like IdealBikes, I Heart Bikes, or MEC. Rental costs vary depending on the duration and type of bike rented.
Taxi services operate throughout city centre and popular services include Yellow Cab, Casino Taxi, and Halifax Airport Taxi. The initial fare is $3.20 CAD with a $1.70 CAD per kilometre charge thereafter, and approximately $26 CAD per hour for wait time.
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Halifax is a water destination. Here you will find The Historic Properties, which are old warehouses along the harbour. Walk along the harbour and check out the colourful boats. If it is anchored, you can see the famous Bluenose II and the Theodore Tugboat. While visiting the harbour, stop in at the historic Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.
The Halifax Seaport Farmer’s Market is hosted year-round on the water. Here you can purchase local produce, seafood, cheese, wine, and local crafts.
Be a Lumberjack
Go to the Timber Lounge and learn how to throw an axe while being a lumberjack for the day.
There are numerous museums and galleries throughout Halifax, including the Museum of Natural History, the Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum, and the Discovery Centre. Across the harbour from Halifax is the Dartmouth Heritage Museum which is worth visiting too.
Plan Around Events and Festivals
Numerous festivals are hosted throughout the year in Halifax, so try to plan your trip around one of them. Some fun festivals you must try to catch are Pride, Dead of Winter Music Festival, and the Halifax International Tattoo Festival.
Embrace Free Activities
Nova Scotia can be costly in general, but there are free activities to enjoy too. Every weekend from June 1 – September 30, the Saint Mary’s Boat Club lets you rent a canoe for 1 hour at no charge. Other attractions that are free include the Halifax Central Library, the Emera Oval, the Halifax Public Gardens, and The Commons. You can also catch a free concert at the Grand Parade & Alderney Landing.
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