Visitors to Toronto will be pleasantly surprised by its large bikeway network consisting of more than 450 km of bicycle lanes, shared roadways and off-road paths - including the Waterfront Trail. There are plenty of off-road paths and parks to explore for those who want to stay off the city streets.
The Toronto Cycling Map provides a comprehensive overview of the bicycle routes, as well as safety tips and information on bicycle shops.
Sights and Attractions
Attractions including the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, CN Tower and Harbourfront Centre are all a short bike ride from Union Station. The Waterfront Trail hugs the Toronto harbour, and it's a short ferry ride to the Toronto Islands, a 230 hectare car-free park with beaches, boat rentals and even a small farm and amusement park for children.
Neighbourhoods and Cultural Activities
Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, and it embraces this trait with gusto. A short bike ride can take you from one country to another, passing along the way through the colourful ethnic neighbourhoods that make up this exciting and cosmopolitan metropolis. With Toronto's bounty of theatre, attractions, museums, art galleries, theme parks and markets, there's plenty to do and see on your bicycle tour of Toronto.
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Information on our 2017
Express buses to parks departing
from Toronto & Ottawa