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You Can Fly To Amsterdam From Toronto For $440 Round Trip

A must-see European destination.
You Can Fly To Amsterdam From Toronto For $440 Round Trip

Amsterdam is a quintessential European destination that should be on every traveller’s bucket list. The Golden Age city is overflowing with historic charm, with its series of gorgeous canals, iconic museums, antique shops and bustling art and culinary scenes.

Torontonians will have the opportunity to visit Amsterdam this fall thanks to an amazing deal by WOW Air, which offers round trip flights for only $440. The one-week trip, which will take place between October 24 to 31, will give travellers ample time to explore Amsterdam’s best sights and attractions.

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The trip also entails one- to two-hour layovers in Reykjavik both ways, and with the WOW Stopover, travellers can choose to stay in Iceland at no additional cost. It would essentially be two vacations in one! Below is the itinerary for the Toronto-Amsterdam flight:

Book your tickets on WOW Air via Google Flights by clicking here

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