Travel and Immigration

Immigration requirements

The type of visa needed to enter Canada depends on factors such as your nationality, the purpose of your visit and its duration.

You can find out if you need a visa for visiting Toronto by following the next steps on this website. 

 

 

How to reach Toronto

Most visitors arrive at Pearson International Airport, Toronto. This airport features in the list of top 30 airports in the world. It is located 28km northwest of downtown and is served by most major airlines. Another airport located near the city is the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, which handles short-haul regional flights only (Canada and the U.S.). 

Transfers from the airport

The Pearson Airport is well-connected to different parts of the city by bus (Downtown Express and TTC), taxi, car rental and train (Link Train) services. To get to the city center will take you about 30 - 60 minutes. Allow extra time if you will be travelling during the heaviest traffic, weekdays 6-9 am and 4-7 pm. 

How to reach the Metro Convention Centre

The Metro Convention Centre is located downtown and is easy to access from anywhere in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), from a number of different transportation options. 

To find your best option, please click here.