Arriving in Toronto by air? You’ll come into either Toronto Pearson International Airport or the smaller Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. From Pearson, it’s about 30 minutes by taxi or train to downtown Toronto. From Billy Bishop, you can take a free shuttle bus – it’s only a 15-minute journey.

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Public Transportation

Toronto is home to an extensive public transit system, making use of bus, subway, streetcar and paratransit services. You can pay for your journey using cash or the pay-as-you-go PRESTO card, and transfers are free.

Scheduled passenger trains – regional, national and international – run through Toronto’s Union Station. Union is also a hub for GO Transit, which offers extensive coverage of the Greater Toronto Area, including a service to Niagara Falls. Public transportation is overseen by the TTC, and its website is a great starting place for planning a journey.

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Cycling is one of the best ways to see a city, and Toronto is no exception. Bike Share Toronto offers low-cost one- and three-day passes to help you see the city from a different perspective.

The city is mostly flat and, as the subways and buses allow bikes to be brought onboard at off-peak hours, cycling is a great way to get around Toronto.

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