Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ)

Toronto Airport Transportation

Toronto Airport Transportation

Book Private Car Service to or fromToronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)

Your professional chauffeur and immaculate vehicle will be waiting for you at Pearson International Airport, ready to take you to any destination in the greater Toronto area and as far away as Detroit. Look for the “travel desk commissioner” in the baggage claim area who will summon your driver on your arrival.

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Rosedale Delivery, GO’s Toronto partner, was founded in 1988 with six vehicles. Today the company has 60 sedans, 12 SUVs and a number of private executive vans and mini coaches and a worldwide reputation for customer service.

Five things to do in Toronto

Planning a trip to Toronto? Vinnie Van GO and the travel experts at The Go Group suggest visiting these off-the-beaten-path attractions.

If you are a hockey fan, you won’t want to miss the Hockey Hall of Fame, which the home of Stanley Cup, a replica of the Montreal Canadians’ dressing room, exhibits that showcase each of the NHL’s six divisions, and special tributes to Hall of Famers including Wayne Gretzky, Gordie Howe, Bobby Orr and Mario Lemieux.

Casa Loma, located in midtown Toronto is an 18th-century Gothic Revival style castle, complete with turrets and lavish gardens. Built between 1911 and 1914 as a private residence, it was abandoned when the family went bankrupt. The castle is now owned by the City of Toronto and preserved as a museum and landmark.

“Who you gonna call?” If you want a little ghost busting in Toronto, try The Haunted Walk – a tour company that offers walking tours including: the “Original Haunted Walk” which covers graveyards, hangings and haunts; “Ghosts and Spirits of the Distillery, which covers the cobblestone streets of the historic Distillery District by lantern light and “The Time Travel Trail Adventure” which takes you from year to year and from location to location.

Here’s something you won’t see anywhere else – a museum devoted strictly to footwear. The Bata Shoe Museum has over a thousand shoes and related artifacts. Displays range from Chinese bound foot shoes, ancient Egyptian sandals and footwear plus outerwear designed to withstand the Arctic Circle.

The St. Lawrence Market is a major public market in the Old Town district featuring 100+ vendors, bakers butchers and artisans with produce and antiques on the weekend.

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