Cheap Flights to Hamilton

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How much do things cost in Hamilton?
1 Summer dress in a chain store $36.82
Cappuccino $2.49
Water bottle (1.5 liter) $1.38
Chicken breasts at the market $9.63
Taxi 1hour Waiting $50.63
Utilities (Electricity, Heating, ...) for medium apartment $244.76
Mid-range restaurant $50.63
Coke bottle $1.56
Loaf of white bread $1.99
* All price are converted to USD

About Hamilton

For an interesting weekend away why not consider finding a cheap flight to Hamilton. Locate on the western shore of Lake Ontario in an area known as the Golden Horseshoe, Hamilton has a surprising amount of things to see and do and makes a great base for exploring the Niagara Peninsula. A quick search shows that Flighthub offer the best deal for Hamilton flights and the start of an interesting and potentially different vacation.

Looking around town there are some great museums to visit which includes the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum and the Canadian Football Hall of Fame. There are good shopping malls too for those Canadian souvenirs. The Royal Botanical Gardens is renowned throughout Canada and has many rare plants as well as some beautiful floral displays. It also holds the second largest gardening show in Canada. The Arboretum is another lovely park to explore in Hamilton.

Burlington Bay has a beach and is a natural harbour, making it a scenic place to take a walk. Other popular walking routes in Hamilton include the Bruce Trail which takes in some beautiful waterfalls and scenery. Cootes Paradise is one of the best bird watching nature reserves in Canada and a major reason for ornithologists to visit the area.

One of the major reasons to find a cheap flight to Hamilton is that it is relatively close to the famous Niagara Falls. One of the most iconic places to visit in North America Niagara is very special and will take your breath away. Stand and gaze at the cascades or take the cruise boat through the water. There is also a cable car traversing the route.

Hamilton has a wide variety of restaurants in town which have a mixture of Canadian and international cuisine. Steak and local game feature heavily and there is locally caught river fish. The desserts are a treat too with some tempting items on the menus. And with all that food why not burn off the calories with one of the walks in and around town.

Information about travelling to Hamilton

  • Currency exchange rate
    $1.00(CAD) = $0.75(USD)

Airports of Hamilton

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