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Downtown Toronto at night

Practical info Toronto, Kanada

Getting around the city

Public transport in Toronto is fast, safe and reliable, consisting of an integrated system of subways, buses and streetcars that reach every part of the city, as well as a light rapid transit (LRT) line extending to the Harbour. The subway is easy to use, with four lines, and the buses and streetcar stations are next to every major stop, taking over where the subway leaves off. Fares are standard and a single fare will take you anywhere on a single trip; tokens can be used to avoid the hassle of having to pay with exact change. To freely change from one form of transport to another, get a transfer slip when paying for the fare. The subway operates from 6am to 1.30am, the buses and streetcars from about 6am to 12.30am (both start at 8am on Sundays), and the Blue Night Network services main street routes after 1.30am. Taxis are always available and ferries travel to the Toronto Islands. Driving a hired car is not recommended due to traffic congestion and expensive parking.


GMT -5 (GMT -4 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).


Electrical current is 110 volts, 60Hz. American-style flat two-pin plugs and a plug with a third round grounding pin are standard.


The currency used is the Canadian Dollar (CAD). Banks and bureaux de change will change cash, as will some hotels. Major credit cards are widely accepted and ATMs are widespread. US Dollars are widely accepted.


The international access code for Canada is +1. The outgoing code is 011 followed by the relevant country code. The outgoing code is not necessary for calls to the US and the Caribbean. Internet cafes are widely available. Most international mobile phone companies have roaming agreements with Canadian operators, however it will be cheaper to buy a pay-as-you-go SIM card if visiting the country for long periods.

Emergency number

Emergencies: 911

Visa and health information

Everything about visa and health information

Public holidays


Toronto Lester B. Pearson International Airport

Getting to the city

The LINK Train offers free transportation between Terminals 1 and 3, the Sheraton Gateway Hotel and Viscount Station. Several companies, including Greyhound Canada, provide bus and shuttle transit services to and from the airport into Toronto and surrounding areas. The airport is also easily accessible on various public transportation routes with providers such as Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) and GO Transit.

Car rental

Car rental is available on Level 1 of the parking areas adjacent to each terminal. Rental companies include Avis, Budget, Dollar, Thrifty, Hertz and National/Alamo.

Airport taxi's

There are authorised taxis available outside the arrivals halls.

Transfer between terminals

The Airport LINK train system operates a 24-hour free service between Terminals 1 and 3, as well as to the Value Parking Lot.


All terminals are well-supplied with facilities, including bureaux de change and ATMs, internet access, shops and duty-free outlets, hotel reservation services, bars and restaurants, and children's play areas.


Parking at Toronto B. Pearson International Airport ranges from C$5 for 30 minutes or C$50 per day in the Express Car Park to C$18 per day or C$90 per week in the Value Park Lot. The Daily Park Lot costs C$30 per day and is within walking distance of Terminals 1 and 3.


Free wifi is available on the 'Toronto Pearson Wifi' network.