Visiting Hamilton has never been easier. Situated in the cluster of highways, train lines and airports that service Southern Ontario the City can be reached with ease by many different means.
If you are travelling by air, John C. Munro, Hamilton International Airport will come as a very pleasant surprise. It’s one of the easiest airports to navigate, with ample and affordable parking, short walking distances and quick exit times. Getting to Hamilton and other Southern Ontario destinations are handled by transportation services ranging from on-site taxi services, Hamilton Street Railway (HSR) and car rental agencies.
If you are flying in from international destination visitors Pearson International Airport in Toronto is the major gateway. Getting to Hamilton from the Pearson International is no problem with the many car rental and land transportation options available upon arrival via their Land Transportation Desks located in each terminal. Hamilton is only 45 minutes away from Toronto and it’s an easy drive along Highway 403.
Try the Triplinx website to plan your trip – using your car or public transit!
By road, travellers from Niagara Falls, Fort Erie and Buffalo can take the QEW over the Skyway Bridge to Highway 403.
If you are coming from the Detroit-Windsor London area along Highway 401, you can take the Highway 430 exit near Woodstock which will get you to downtown Hamilton.
Hamilton is accessible by Bus and Train too. GO Train and GO Bus Services make regular trips from Toronto Union Station to Hamilton. Bus lines offer regular service to Hamilton from many different locations offering great comfort and convenience. Via Rail brings train travelers from across Canada to the station in Aldershot, a short distance outside the city in neighbouring Burlington.