London is approximately a two hour drive southwest of Toronto, northeast of Detroit and west of Buffalo.
We recommend that you fly into Toronto Pearson International Airport. From here, you can get a connecting flight to London International Airport with Air Canada. From the London International Airport it is approximately 20 minutes to any partner hotels in downtown London.
A flight discount is being offered with Air Canada if you are flying into Toronto Pearson International Airport or the London International Airport! This discount code will be made available to all delegates once registered!
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Several buses travel to London from Toronto and other cities; choose one of the following two options if you are traveling from the Toronto/Detroit airports or downtown Toronto.
The airport bus service below from Toronto is less expensive than flying into London. This company offers discounted student rates; bring proof of student status like a student cart or letter of acceptance. Reservations are required.
Phone: 1-800-265-4948 (free from Canada & US)
Robert Q is located in terminals 1 and 3 at the ground transportation desk, and outside of the terminal 2 baggage area.
If you are inside the city of Toronto and want to get to London, you can take a Greyhound bus. Tickets may be purchased online or bought the same day from any Greyhound bus terminal. It is recommended that tickets be purchased in advance.
TIP: The Greyhound Bus offers student rates. You will need to have proof of student status, such as a letter of acceptance or a student card.
Please visit the Greyhound Bus Lines website for more information.
If you are inside the city of Toronto and want to get to London, another option is to take the VIA Rail Train.
TIP: Discounts are available for travellers aged 12 to 25 years. You will need an identity card with your photo and date of birth.
VIA Rail Trains also depart from many other cities in Canada. It is recommended to buy your tickets ahead of time. Tickets may be bought at any Via Rail train station, online, over the phone, or through travel agents.
Please visit the VIA Rail Canada website for more information.
All delegates will receive a confirmation letter via email that may be used as an official letter of invitation for VISA application purposes AFTER they have registered AND payment has been received.
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NOTE: If your student is under the age of 18, and is travelling without parents or guardians, they will need written permission from their parent/guardian to enter Canada.
Please note: Conference participants are responsible for booking their own accommodation with our conference hotel partners below.
** There will be an evening shuttle between the RBC Place London and Delta each day **
325 Dundas St, London, ON N6B 1T9
300 King St, London, ON N6B 1S2
374 Dundas St, London, ON N6B 1V7
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London is forging a deserved reputation as a great culinary destination with chefs, restaurants and farmers' markets dedicated to developing our regional culinary identity.