Port of Toronto Transfers Shuttles
YYZ airport transfers
Offering an instant arrival to downtown Toronto through the Eastern Channel’s Entertainment District, the Port of Toronto’s Cruise Ship Terminal is an especially scenic place for those looking to get to know the vivid shoreline of Lake Ontario. Public transportation especially close to the port includes the Center Island Ferry Terminal’s few boats departing from Centre Island as well as underground transfers across town via the historic Union Subway Station of Old Toronto. Book a private vehicle for the chance to see things from a more relaxed perspective instead, choosing between small sedans for self-guided tours across nearby parks and trails, or going with a spacious SUV to carry big families across great adventures. Meet-and-greet services make things easier, not only through efficient drop offs of taxis in bustling market streets, but the unique perspective of local personal drivers and their knowledge of honest businesses and good Canadian fare.
Get to know the day well by looking forward to what’s closest to the port first, considering a handful of natural escapes like the views of Outer Harbour from Cherry Beach Clarke Beach Park, then enjoying pathways along the Eastern Channel via Ward’s Island’s many parks, promenades and famed bike paths that journey across other interconnected Toronto Islands. On the mainland, an array of unique artisan crafts can be found at the famous St. Lawrence Market, while an afternoon of exotic plants within a historic atrium can be discovered at Allan Gardens. Continue waltzing through history by moving toward the ambiance of The Distillery Historic District, home to new boutiques, art galleries and restaurants within an old abandoned brewery, relaxed evening hangouts close to the cruise port including the Cabana Pool Bar’s ritzy views of the cruise ship as well as the old bank ambiance of Cherry Street Bar-B-Q’s converted 20th-century space.