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Charter a bus to Toronto Conference

Rent a Bus for Your Toronto Conference

In recent years, Toronto has made its mark on the international stage as a cosmopolitan powerhouse. In fact, Canada’s biggest city is a world leader in fields like aerospace engineering, film, and design. It’s also home to some of the top universities in North America. 

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Why rent a bus?

Toronto is not just big in terms of population — it’s a sprawling metropolis with almost 400 square miles of land area and over 3,000 miles of roads. Whether you’re hosting a conference or planning to attend one with a group, Bus.com allows you to offer convenient and reliable charter bus transportation to and from the conference venue, area hotels, airports, and beyond.

 

 

Bus.com’s online booking tool allows you to build a custom, flexible itinerary that suits your needs. Our knowledgeable staff are on hand 24/7 to assist you from the moment you’re ready to book to the very end of your trip.

Types of bus rentals

We offer a variety of buses to suit every type of group, no matter how large or small. The school bus and minibus are perfect for hotel-to-venue shuttle services and other short distances, and the coach bus and mini coach bus offer exceptional comfort for longer distances, or if you’re looking to provide conference attendees with an elevated shuttle experience.

Coach

Coach rental
Comfort and storage
55 seats

School bus

School bus rental
The affordable classic
47 seats

Minibus

Minibus rental
Small groups, big moments
21 seats

Toronto: a great place to do business

Toronto’s financial district is extremely busy, with the Toronto Stock Exchange being ranked third in North America. The city is considered the 12th most economically powerful in the world. Toronto also offers unmatched cultural richness and diversity, as well as a vast array of attractions, fine dining, and trendy nightlife hotspots, making it the ideal backdrop for a conference, convention, expo, or trade show.

 

Popular conferences in Toronto

The variety of conferences held in the Greater Toronto Area is as vast as the Great White North itself. Whatever your group’s area of interest or expertise may be, you’re likely to find a convention, trade show, or expo that caters to it. Here’s a look at some of Toronto’s biggest conferences.

Collision

Known as North America’s fastest-growing tech conference, Collision welcomes 30,000 web experts, tech innovators, and policymakers from more than 100 countries each year. During the four-day summit, attendees are busy networking, learning from industry leaders and tech giants, and tackling the biggest issues in tech today. The convention boasts an impressive list of high-profile names, with past attendees including Shopify CEO Tobias Lutke, artist and entrepreneur Timbaland, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Canadian International Auto Show

The CIAS has been a Toronto staple since 1974, and draws a whopping 300,000 visitors each year. The largest auto show in Canada, it features over 1,000 vehicles, including some of the world’s most exotic models from luxury automakers such as Bugatti, Porsche, and Tesla, to name a few. There is also a pavilion celebrating cars from the 80s and 90s, featuring some of the most famous cars from movies and television.

Canadian National Exhibition

Known to locals as The Ex, the Canadian National Exhibition is a legendary end-of-summer ritual in Toronto. The 18-day fair features a little bit of everything, from rides, to concerts, and even an air show. Founded in 1879 as a community gathering place for people to experience the latest in products, technology, music, and entertainment, it continues to provide an all-around great time for locals and visitors alike.

The Toronto International Boat Show

For over 60 years, the Toronto International Boat Show has brought the latest in products,  accessories, technology – and, of course, boats – to Canada’s boating community. The tenday event features activities for the whole family, from free boat rides, to wakeboarding demos, to yoga on the lake, and more. There are also free seminars and workshops throughout the show covering broad topics such as sailing around the world, as well as the nitty-gritty of boating, like how to organize a galley.

 

Popular conference venues in Toronto

The variety of conferences held in the Greater Toronto Area is as vast as the Great White North itself. Whatever your group’s area of interest or expertise may be, you’re likely to find a convention, trade show, or expo that caters to it. Here’s a look at some of Toronto’s biggest conferences.

Metro Toronto Convention Centre

The largest conference center in Toronto, the award-winning MTCC offers over two million square feet of space, including seven exhibition halls, two ballrooms, 77 meeting rooms, and a 1,232 seat theater. The center’s professional, responsive staff and on-site culinary experts are dedicated to providing guests an unforgettable experience. Its location in downtown Toronto allows conference attendees to get a true taste of the culturally-vibrant city.

Enercare Centre

The Enercare Centre is the largest indoor exhibition center in Canada, with over one million square feet of exhibition space divided into seven halls (four of which contain adjustable walls for custom space configuration), as well as 41 loading bays for easy setup and takedown. Guests and attendees can choose to stay at the adjacent Hotel X Toronto, a luxury high-rise hotel offering sweeping views of stunning Lake Ontario and the famous Toronto skyline.

Toronto Congress Centre

Conveniently located near Pearson International Airport, the TCC offers ten divisible exhibition halls, two ballrooms, and 60 meeting rooms. It has twice been a finalist for the prestigious AICP APEX award for World’s Best Congress Center, and part of its mandate, according to founder Alain K. Sutton, is to “extend carte blanche to clients in creating environments which fulfill their visions, expectations, and corporate culture”.

The International Centre Toronto

The International Centre’s tagline “There’s Something Happening Here” is quite accurate, considering it hosts more than 450 events each year, from meetings of a few dozen business professionals, to exhibitions accommodating thousands. The award-winning facility has been in operation for over 45 years, and continues to offer unparalleled client support, as well as top-notch culinary services. The center is dedicated to environmental sustainability, and even has a rooftop herb and vegetable garden as part of their effort to source products locally and in-season.

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