Discover Toronto

Discover Toronto

A City Alive with Energy and Charm

Toronto, a world-class metropolis that blends buzzing energy with stunning natural beauty. Towering skyscrapers line the shores of Lake Ontario, offering breathtaking views. Toronto’s multicultural spirit shines through its diverse neighborhoods, each boasting unique shops, restaurants, and cultural experiences.

Whether you crave a dose of history or a relaxing stroll by the water, Toronto has something to offer everyone.

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Getting Around Toronto

Toronto boasts a convenient and efficient public transportation system, making it easy to explore the city during your stay.

Here’s a quick rundown of the main options


This network of subways, streetcars, and buses is the backbone of Toronto’s public transportation.

These iconic red and white vehicles operate on dedicated lanes and are a great way to travel shorter distances and explore different neighborhoods.

Also known as MRT (Mass Rapid Transit), is a fast and efficient way to travel long distances.

The TTC operates an extensive network of buses that reach various areas of the city

Fares vary depending on the distance traveled. Presently, a single adult fare costs CAD $3.25 (subject to change).

If you are planning to use public transit, be sure to purchase a PRESTO Card, an easy-to-use reloadable payment card that lets you pay your fare on the TTC.

More information on fares, routes, and trip planning can be found on the TTC website:


Taxis are readily available throughout the city.

Fares are metered and typically start with a flag drop fee (around CAD $3.25). You can expect to pay around CAD $0.70 per kilometer. It’s always a good idea to ask for an estimated fare before your trip.

Taxis typically accept cash, but some may accept credit cards with a surcharge. It’s wise to inquire about payment options before getting in.

Ride-sharing services are also popular options. Fares can vary depending on distance and time of day.

Bicycle Share Toronto. An unknown man takes advantage of a bike share program as he cycles past Toronto city hall on one of Metrolinx’s “Toronto Bike Share” bicycles.

Looking for an eco-friendly and scenic way to explore Toronto?
Bike Share Toronto offers a convenient and affordable option!

There are over 9,000 bicycles are available across 700+ stations scattered throughout Toronto. You can easily locate stations and check bike availability through the Bike Share Toronto website or mobile app.

Here’s a quick breakdown of pricing (subject to change):

Single Ride: Variable depending on ride duration after the first 30 minutes free.

Day Pass: Around CAD $12

Daily Membership: Around CAD $8
Weekly Membership: Around CAD $25

Additional Information:

Helmets: While helmets are not mandatory, they are highly recommended for safety. You can bring your own or rent one from select Bike Share Toronto stations.

Unlocking Bikes: You can unlock bikes from stations using a credit card, membership card, or a code obtained through the mobile app.

Returning Bikes: Simply return the bike to any Bike Share Toronto station.

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