The 10 Cheapest Flights from Toronto to Europe

Discover 10 European destinations on sale from Toronto for under $659 round trip. These are the cheapest destinations on the entire continent!

Hopper Editors - Oct. 26, 2017

Are the wine bars of Parisian Montmartre calling you from afar? Do you pine for the Norwegian wilds, dream of the mighty fjords? Can you just not resist the thought of a frothy Belgian brew? Or maybe you're just dying for a jaunt through Stockholm and its ancient streets? Well, whatever it is that's calling you across the pond and away from your busy life in Toronto, we at Hopper understand. In fact, we understand so much, that we've even put together this list of the 10 cheapest destinations in Europe for fliers from Toronto – the cheapest is less than $500 round trip!

The following prices are for the average round-trip fares from Toronto to the destinations. So while prices may fluctuate throughout the year, with fare sales and specials, the following 10 destinations will typically be the cheapest cities one can reach in Europe.

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10. Fly from Toronto to Gothenburg, Sweden, for $659 round trip

Perched out on the North Sea the other side of the Scandinavian Peninsula to its big brother capital of Stockholm on the Baltic, Gothenburg is a city laden with offbeat museums and creative galleries, peppered with towering landmarks of Sweden's long history and dressed in the alluring outfit of well-pruned park and riverside bar alike. It's hailed as one of the country's most budget-friendly metropolises, meaning fliers saving money with these $690 returns this year should get plenty of bang for their buck!

Top three reasons to visit Gothenburg:

  • For the museums: From record-breaking exhibitions of floating sea vessels, to enthralling experiments with indoor rainforests, the offering of museums at Gothenburg is eclectic to say the least!
  • For the architecture of Haga: Loaded with row upon row of quaint timber homes and winding streets of bohemian coffee bars, the district of Haga is a picture of Scandinavian charm with plenty of action.
  • For Liseberg: Pulling in more than three million visitors every year is Sweden's largest theme park, Liseberg, which can be found rising up on the outskirts of Gothenburg in a tangled web of coasters and adrenaline-inducing rides.

Flight is 9 hours and 20 minutes connecting on Air Canada

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Gothenburg recently found:
- $680 round trip on Air France from Nov 14 to Nov 23
- $656 round trip on Lufthansa from Nov 26 to Dec 2
- $661 round trip on KLM from Dec 2 to Dec 8
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9. Fly from Toronto to Stockholm, Sweden, for $658 round trip

Hailed by many as the European capital of "cool," Stockholm is a city that always lives up to its reputation. It's got all the usual ubiquitous old town adornments, scattered across the cobbled squares of the ancient Gamla Stan and Sodermalm, but then there's its quirky side too; the chic boutiques of SOFO; the Nordic bars of Kungsholmen; the alluring nature getaways of the greater archipelago. This year, would-be travelers from Toronto can expect flights in the region of $658 return to Stockholm, with Icelandair, British Airways and Air Canada offering the cheapest seats on average.

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Top three reasons to visit Stockholm:

  • The historic old town: Explore the colorful and historic buildings that line the streets and stroll along the waterfront.
  • The hip nightlife: Swedes are a chic bunch and their capital's nightlife scene doesn't disappoint for those who enjoy drinks and good-looking patrons.
  • The archipelago: There are over 30,000 islands in the waters near Stockholm, so a boat tour is definitely in order!

Flight is 10 hours and 50 minutes connecting on Air Canada

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Stockholm recently found:
- $646 round trip on United from Apr 22 to Jul 15
- $661 round trip on Delta from Jun 17 to Aug 6
- $662 round trip on Air Canada from Jun 17 to Aug 3
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8. Fly from Toronto to Stavanger, Norway, for $648 round trip

If you've been drawn to Norway like so many others by the promise of its rugged, sea-spattered fjords, carving their way deep through the country's coastal hills and rising formidably from the icy waters of the North Sea, then Stavanger may just be the perfect place for you. Not only does it sit within easy reach of the breath-taking Lysefjord and its iconic monolithic cliff faces at Preikestolen and Kjerag, but it's also oozing with raw Scandinavian charm and history. How's that for just $690 round trip?

Flight is 10 hours and 45 minutes connecting on British Airways

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Stavanger recently found:

- $640 round trip on Air France from Nov 24 to Dec 2
- $648 round trip on KLM from Dec 8 to Dec 16
- $685 round trip on British Airways from Dec 8 to Dec 13
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7. Fly from Toronto to Bergen, Norway, for $635 round trip

Between the charming painted homes of Bryggen, the ancient stone fortresses that adorn the harbourside districts here, the regal rises of the great Gamlehaugen Palace and the indelible surroundings of rugged hill and de syv fjell peaks encompassing Bergen's center, it's easy to see why travelers love Norway's second city quite so much. Well, this year Toronto locals can have their own taste of the old Viking town and its concomitant mystery, with round-trip flights priced at an attractive $635!

Flight is 12 hours and 50 minutes connecting on KLM

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Bergen recently found:
- $639 round trip on United from Nov 5 to Nov 9
- $648 round trip on KLM from Dec 2 to Dec 8
- $685 round trip on British Airways from Jan 8 to Jan 17
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6. Fly from Toronto to Reykjavik, Iceland, for $630 round trip

Unlike any other European city, Reykjavik is a land of packed thorramatur platters of steamed meats complete with whole pig heads and hooves, quaint timber cottages shrouded by snow drift and volcanic peak alike, strong vodka, eerie folk tales and some of the wildest backcountry in the world. For Toronto locals looking to go off-the-beaten-track this year, this small but characterful capital could be the perfect choice, while return trip tickets for just $653 might just be icing on the cake!

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Top three reasons to visit Reykjavik:

  • The culture: Icelanders are famously friendly and visitors are sure to meet friendly locals.
  • The dramatic scenery: Just outside of Reykjavik, visitors can discover volcanoes, glaciers, geysers, hot springs and more. See some of its scenery in this article on the filming locations of HBO's "Game of Thrones"
  • Its Viking history: Icelanders are proud of their Viking heritage and folklore, which is very interesting to learn about.

Flight is 5 hours and 55 minutes direct on Icelandair

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Reykjavik recently found:
- $611 round trip on Icelandair from Mar 16 to Mar 18
- $539 round trip on Icelandair from Dec 7 to Dec 11
- $536 round trip on Icelandair from Jan 11 to Jan 18
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5. Fly from Toronto to Brussels, Belgium, for $627 round trip

Forget Toronto Beer Week and the smattering of craft taps and micro-breweries around the city, and make a jaunt this year to one of the most famous hops towns on the planet: Brew-crazy Brussels, with its grand Flemish palaces and shiny EU parliament complexes. With average flight prices coming in at just $613 round trip, the city is amongst the cheapest European destinations on offer from Ontario's capital, not to mention the perfect gateway for exploring the other metropolitan gems of the western continent, from Paris and Amsterdam, to Berlin and Prague!

Top three reasons to visit Brussels:

  • Grand Place: They call it grand for a reason. This square is historic and at the center of Brussels life.
  • The beer: Enough said.
  • The french fries: Who knew mayonnaise was such a gamechanger?

Flight is 11 hours and 40 minutes connecting on British Airways

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Brussels recently found:
- $583 round trip on Delta from Jan 11 to Jan 18
- $574 round trip on Alitalia from Nov 27 to Dec 4
- $576 round trip on KLM from Nov 11 to Nov 18
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4. Fly from Toronto to Oslo, Norway, for $607 round trip

Founded by the very same king who fought and died in competition for the English crown at Stamford Bridge in 1066, Norway's capital is a place steeped in history and oozing with stories from every ancient facet and leafy park alike. British Airways, Air Canada and Lufthansa offer the cheapest fares on the route from Toronto, with an average seat price of just $674 round trip. That's great news for history buffs looking to save some krone for the museums, or trips to the Akershus Fortress and other enthralling remnants of the ruined medieval old town.

Top three reasons to visit Oslo:

  • For the scenery: Surrounded by verdant fir forests and wild sections of Scandinavian coast, there are plenty of reasons why Oslo locals love their countryside so much!
  • For the cycling: Not only is Oslo hailed as one of the most bike-friendly cities on the continent, but there are also a wealth of backcountry tracks and trails that wind their way through the forests outside of town.
  • For the Viking Ship Museum: Laden to the brim with ageing relics of the mighty Viking seafarers, this museum is a must for anyone interested in learning more about the formidable people that once called the rugged lands of Scandinavia their home.

Flight is 12 hours and 30 minutes connecting on Air Canada

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Oslo recently found:
- $655 round trip on Air Canada from Jun 17 to Jun 30
- $666 round trip on British Airways from Jun 18 to Jun 30
- $669 round trip on Lufthansa from Jun 18 to Jun 30
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3. Fly from Toronto to Dublin, Ireland, for $596 round trip

Roaring public houses jig to the tune of Irish ditty and folk song well into the early hours, while locals sit singing, glugging masses of thick stout and stamping to the beat. Then a tour guide takes you down the banks of the Liffey, telling stories of this town's dark past and old resident literary luminaries, from Shaw, to Joyce, to Heaney. Dublin is a city packed with interesting little tit bits and things to do; no wonder its one of the most popular weekend breaks in all of Europe! So, why not join the crowds this year with a bargain round trip flight for just $596 from Toronto?

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Top three reasons to visit Dublin:

  • For a pint: Have a pint of Guinness in its ancestral home and mingle down at Temple Bar. Check out Hopper's article on spending 24 hours in Dublin to plan out your beer drinking like a pro.
  • To trace your roots: With a ton of North Americans having Irish ancestry, Dublin is a popular destination to get in touch with one's roots.
  • For the scenery: Rent a car and escape the city to explore the cliffs and fields of the Emerald Isle. The five best castles in Ireland are a good place to start.

Flight is 7 hours and 20 minutes direct on Air Canada

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Dublin recently found:
- $519 round trip on Air Canada from Apr 28 to May 20
- $555 round trip on Air Canada from Dec 9 to Dec 16
- $556 round trip on Lufthansa from Apr 22 to May 13
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2. Fly from Toronto to Luxembourg for $570 round trip

The cheapest connections from Toronto to lovely little Luxembourg in the very heart of the European continent this year are with Air France, whose average prices sit a little lower than the mean fares on the route, at $570 return. Air Canada, BA and Lufthansa also offer well-priced deals, which is great news for anyone looking to mix up their stopovers to incorporate a little tour of the EU, of which Luxembourg is one of the financial and political kingpins.

Top three reasons to visit Luxembourg:

  • For the cycling: with just under 400 miles of continuous and marked biking trails, the low-lying land of Luxembourg is perhaps the best country in Europe to explore on two wheels.
  • The castles: From elegant chateaux in the midst of thick forests, to ghostly hilltop ruins left over from the medieval ages, Luxembourg's backcountry is a veritable treasure chest of old castles that's just waiting to be discovered.
  • The old town: Protruding from a rocky monolith in the heart of modern Luxembourg City, the country's most famous old town is awash with UNESCO statuses and historical musts.

Flight is 10 hours and 5 minutes connecting on Air France

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Luxembourg recently found:
- $535 round trip on Air France from Dec 2 to Dec 8
- $543 round trip on KLM from Nov 18 to Nov 26
- $574 round trip on Air Canada from Nov 24 to Dec 2
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1. Fly from Toronto to Ponta Delgada, Portugal, for $429 round trip

OK, so there's a reason this one's cheaper. With its location out in the central swells of the Atlantic Ocean, more than 1,500 kilometers from the coast of mainland Portugal, Ponta Delgada and the Azores form one of the closest European destinations to North America, offering Toronto natives a taste of the continent in just six-hours' flight time and for as little as $429 round trip. SATA International is by far the cheapest carrier on the route and the only airline offering nonstop connections from the Pearson Airport this year.

Top three reasons to visit Ponta Delgada:

  • The seafood: Portugal already loves its seafood, so imagine how good it is at the country's outpost in the middle of the Atlantic.
  • Dramatic scenery: Mountains that rise from the ocean, lush greenery, waterfalls and waterfront villages.
  • Because none of your friends have been there: It is an island chain in the middle of the Atlantic, after all.

Flight is 6 hours and 35 minutes direct on SATA International

Examples of itineraries from Toronto to Ponta Delgada recently found:
- $348 round trip on SATA International from Nov 21 to Nov 29
- $348 round trip on SATA from Nov 28 to Dec 3
- $423 round trip on SATA from Dec 12 to Dec 17
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