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Do I need to hire a car in Toronto?

by shaziafarooq

Hi!!

Can anyone tell me how much it would cost for a taxi from pearsons airpot to fairmont Royal York hotel Front Street W!!!

Also whats the public transport like? Is it easy to get around or is it best to hire a car??

Re: Do I need to hire a car in Toronto?

by Pomerol

Last time I took it (about six months ago) it cost me 50$ (limo or regular taxi).

The Royla York is fairly central and public transport in Toronto is excellent so you don't need to hire a car.

Re: Do I need to hire a car in Toronto?

by GrumpyDiver

You will be right across the street from the main train station, Union Station. The subway stops there and will make it easy to get around and there is a large public transit system you can connect into. Car - parking where you are staying is a pain (right downtown), but depending on where you want to go, a car may be a good option.

Re: Do I need to hire a car in Toronto?

by johngayton

Ride the Rocket! Toronto has an excellent public transport system - www.ttc.ca

The system is pretty extensive with buses, trams and the metro. It's easy to use and covers the whole metropolitan area including the airport 192 bus.

Depending on how much you want to use it, or how long you are going to be staying, there's a variety of fare and pass options. A single fare is $3 CDN which includes transfers within the time limit whilst a day ticket for unlimited travel is $10. There's also a weekly ticket for about $50.

All the info is on the website.

Your hotel is central downtown and so is easy to get about from using the Rocket and that'll save you the hassle of parking etc.

Re: Do I need to hire a car in Toronto?

by Flying.Scotsman

As others have already mentioned the public transport system is excellent. For getting around Toronto I wouldn't bother with car hire, but for going to say Naigara Falls or other out of town destinations, a car can be the best option. It would be an idea to check first, though, as the Union Station is across the street from your hotel, and there is even an underground walkway between the two. If you are going to change between subway, streetcars (trams) or buses, it's a good idea to take a transfer from a transfer machine or from the bus or streetcar driver. These are not always needed as buses and streetcars often come right into the subway station area, but it's best to play safe. If you don't want to buy a day or week pass, then you can buy tickets or tokens in multiples to save a bit of money and always have them ready, as some subway entrances are unmanned. For details of fares etc, go to http://www3.ttc.ca/ .Enjoy your holiday, Bruce

Re: Do I need to hire a car in Toronto?

by YVRDave

I would think Parking at the RY will match the cab/limo rate

Re: Do I need to hire a car in Toronto?

by TdotVIP

You could negotiate $45. You could also get there by taking a bus to kipling subway station, then to bloor and then the yonge line.

Kyle,
http://www.TdotVIP.com

Travel Tips for Toronto

General Info

by Redang

Tourist office:
207 Queen's Quay West
Suite 590
Toronto, M5J 1A7

- Tel.: (+1) (416) 203-2600
- Fax: (+1) (416) 203-6753

Internet:
- www. torontotourism. com
- E mail: toronto@torcvb.com

visit the waterfront area-...

by jennifer99

visit the waterfront area- home of the cn tower, skydome, shops, and fabulous restaurants and the theatre district is near by. the building of the cn tower- writing on the piece of cement that was placed at the very top portion of the tower..

Toronto Downtown

by HORSCHECK

Explore Torontos Downtown on foot and enjoy the mixture of modern and historic architecture. Toronto has some of the tallest skyscrapers in the world, but there are still plenty of historic buildings inbetween the modern architecture.
The photo shows the tower of the Old City Hall which celebrated its centennial birthday in september 1999.

EATON CENTRE is a very nice...

by chrissyalex

EATON CENTRE is a very nice and attractive shopping mall with over 300 stores and it is one of Toronto's most popular attractions. It has a glass roof with fiberglass Canadian Geese hanging down from it,they almost look real! There are three levels to Eaton Centre and the prices seem to go up the higher you get,with the most expensive stores on the top level.

Festivals, festivals and festivals

by mim95

There are lots of special events and festivals throughout the year in Toronto that reflects our cultural diversities. Here are some of the larger ones:

February
Black History Month, Toronto WinterCity Festival

June
Caravan, CHIN International Picnic, Taste of Little Italy, Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival, Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival, Pride Day Parade

July
Beaches International Jazz Festival, Canada Day Celebration, Caribana, Fringe Theatre Festival, Corso Italian Fiesta, Molson Indy, Street Festival

August
Bloor West Village Ukrainian Festival,
Canadian National Air Show, Canadian National Exhitbition (CNE), Taste of the Danforth

September
Cabbagetown Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, International Festival of Authors

November
Canadian Aboriginal Festival, Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, Santa Claus Parade

December
Cavalcade of Lights

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