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Question of getting to VIA train station from Toronto Pearson` intl. Airport

by kuroshino

Hi there,

As other responses in the related topic, I see that the No.192 airport rocket served from the airport to downtown Toronto. But the problem is, I went to the TTC website, and found that the destination of No.192 is at Kipling, where is still far from the majoy bus terminals (Greyhound or Coach Canada)and VIA station.

Does this mean I need to get off at Kipling and another type of transportation to the station? If so, would anybody tell me what kind of transportation I can take to get to the station?

Or any other better advices for transportation from the airport to the train station? If there is a direct way to get to the downtown will be exceptionally great, coz I am afrard that I will get lost~(my first time to Canada).

Thank you very much indeed.

Isabel

Re: Question of getting to VIA train station from Toronto Pearson` intl. Airport

by CdnJane

Here is the website for ground transportation for the Toronto Airport:
http://www.gtaa.com/en/travellers/airport_information/ground_transportatio/public_transportatio/

If you want a bus directly to downtown - take the airport express (well it does make a few stops) and get off at Royal York Hotel and then just cross Front Street to Union Station (railroad station)
http://www.torontoairportexpress.com/

Re: Question of getting to VIA train station from Toronto Pearson` intl. Airport

by CdnJane

And to answer your question about the Kipling station - you transfer from the bus to the subway (underground) train which you would take to either Spadina or St George stations (one after the other), and then transfer to the University line south to Union Station.

Re: Question of getting to VIA train station from Toronto Pearson` intl. Airport

by kuroshino

Hi, CdnJane

Thanks for the information!I find those links posted in your reply are very useful.

Many thanks

Re: Question of getting to VIA train station from Toronto Pearson` intl. Airport

by CdnJane

Glad to help.
Some of your questions can be answered if you scroll back through the Toronto, and Ontario travel forums... also look at the Toronto transportation tips - do a search on Toronto, Province of Ontario, under Destinations.
Wish we had the long-discussed train link from the airport to downtown.... one day we will, and catch us up with the rest of civilization!

Re: Question of getting to VIA train station from Toronto Pearson` intl. Airport

by ray_fb

When you take the TTC bus (192) at the airport, the driver does not have changes. You will need the exact amount if you don't want to overpay. The price is $2.75 as of July 2009. I just took that a couple weeks ago.

Raymond

Travel Tips for Toronto

Toronto Is a City of FOUR seasons

by coolpanda87

beware the frost of winter : (

Check out the Weather Network for up to date Toronto weather.

GENERAL TEMPERATURES:

* NOT INCLUDING WINDSHIELD FACTOR*
(generally another decrease of 3 to 10 C)

& NOT INCLUDING HUMIDTY

WINTER

December - 10 C to 0 C
January - 15 C to -6 C
February - 10 C to -1 C

SPRING

March - 4 C to -4 C
April - 12 C to 1 C
May - 18 C to 6 C

SUMMER

June - 24 C to 11 C
July - 27 C to 14 C
August - 26 C to 13 C

AUTUMN

September - 21 C to 9 C
October - 14 C to 4 C
November - 7 C to 0 C

Zip to the top of the world's...

by Kamen_mali

Zip to the top of the world's tallest building, or take a stroll along the world's longest street - Toronto is packed with enough unique attractions and fascinating museums to keep you occupied for weeks.
Of course, the Toronto calendar is chock full of annual and one-time special events - from fairs to festivals to fireworks! One aspect of the city that doesn't change: the terrific shopping. Whether inside one of our renowned shopping gallerias, on a fashionable (or funky) shopping street, or 'down under' in Underground City (the world's largest).
When night falls, celebrate the good life in Toronto's friendly cafes, or in a neighbourhood bar.

Chinatown (or at least one of them)

by Paul2001

Most large cities have a district that is designated as Chinatown. Toronto on the otherhand has something like five of them. However the one that everyone has grown to call the "official" Chinatown centres around Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue. Although this Chinatown is one that most tourist will most likely visit, it does not cater simply for them. This area is very popular with Toronto's huge Chinese population. There are countless grocery shops that they flock to. A couple of Chinese malls are also located in this neighborhood. However if you are visiting from out of town, what will most impress you with this district is the masses of high quality restaurants. If you like Chinese cuisine then there is probably no neighborhood in North America, that is so congested with so many varied restaurants featuring the various cuisines from all four corners of China. I have friends who cannot get enough of this area for this reason.

Toronto Tip

by hayward68

Probably one of the best things that has happened to me while living in Toronto occured last year at a Toronto Maple Leafs game. I was in the press box with people I work with, and I got to meet one of my heroes, Darryl Sittler, former Toronto Maple Leaf and now part of the management. That was such a thrill for me! I can remember watching him play hockey on the TV when I was a kid and here he was blocking the door to the ladies room. Of course I had to stop and chat for a few minutes. He's such a super nice person and everyone seems to love him. I just wish I'd had my camera with me!!

Harbourfront center

by orlandom

Harbourfront center sits on the Waterfront. It is a long stretch of intertament buildings and parks. There are over 4000 large and small events a year from, craft studios that allows visitors to watch artist in action as they make vases out of glass, or for adults there are programs that include dance, music, theatre festivals, conferences, and visual arts exhibits, there is also.

The Toronto festival of storytelling, camps, International milk festival, Music with Bites, Canadian Thanksgiving celebration, Christmas fairs, and many more free cultural fairs. On the summer weekend you can go to the International marketplace and see crafts from all around the world. Or go to the world café and taste cuisine from around the world. And at the cibc stage you can hear music from all around the world lol. Lots of fun. There is also the Harbourfront canoe & Kayak center of Toronto where you can rent theme for $20 /hour, $40/day, $50 for the Kayaks.

Schedule : Harbourfront center is open year-round with variable opening and closing hours depending on the events.
Admission : Free ground admission

Directions 235 Queen’s Quay west

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