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Popular rental locations in Toronto

The following rental locations are the most popular for renting a car in Toronto

Car rental offers in Toronto

Whether you're looking for a small rental car or a station wagon for the entire family, we will always have a suitable vehicle for the lowest price. Below are some examples from our selection in Toronto.

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Passenger van

Car rental companies in Toronto

Below are the car rental companies in Toronto with the best ratings. Compare all ratings and prices of these rental companies in one search.

  • Hertz

    8.5 (7097)
    From € 28 / day
  • Alamo

    8.4 (9008)
    From € 47 / day
  • Sixt

    8.2 (3514)
    From € 47 / day
  • Thrifty

    8.2 (5688)
    From € 26 / day
  • National Car Rental

    8 (414)
    From € 47 / day
  • Discount

    7.9 (29)
    No rates available
  • Green Motion

    7.8 (2017)
    From € 20 / day
  • Dollar Rent a Car

    7.7 (4522)
    From € 28 / day
  • Budget

    7.6 (9906)
    From € 38 / day
  • Avis

    7.6 (6194)
    From € 33 / day
  • ACE Rent A Car

    5.3 (16)
    From € 21 / day
  • Fox Rent A Car

    5.3 (13)
    No rates available
  • Economy Rent a Car

    No reviews
    From € 21 / day
  • NÜ Car Rentals

    6.8 (20)
    From € 35 / day
  • SurPrice car rentals

    5.5 (584)
    No rates available
  • Mex Rent a Car

    4 (46)
    No rates available
  • Carwiz rent a car

    7.7 (574)
    No rates available
  • Enterprise

    8.4 (2032)
    No rates available
  • Nextcar

    No reviews
    No rates available
  • Europcar

    6.8 (8418)
    No rates available

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Car rental companies in and around Toronto


Car rental locations in Toronto

Available locations in Toronto:

10414 Yonge St
10619 Yonge St
11552 Yonge St
1245 Danforth Avenue
1334 Dundas Street East
134 Jarvis St
1345 Lawrence Ave East
1369 Dundas Street E. Unit B
1474 Victoria Park Ave
1537 Avenue Rd
161 Bay Street
16775 Yonge St
17565 Yonge Street
191 Parliament Street
191 Parliment Street
1910 Yonge Street
2 Bloor St E
20 Bloor St E
200 Front St W
220 Yonge St
2345 Yonge St
2401 Dundas St W
2440 Dundas St W
2746 Yonge St
307 Lake Shore Blvd E
3131 Danforth Ave
3193 Dundas West
3200 Dufferin St
330 Front St W
3320 Dufferin Street
333 College St
340 Evans Ave.
3441 Dundas St W
40 Blue Jays Way
4240 Sheppard Ave East
445 Rexdale Blvd
4728 Yonge St
50 Burnhamthorpe Rd W
5481 Dundas Street West
5553 Dundas St W
60 Harbour St
6048 Yonge St
6120 Midfield Rd
62 Sheppard Ave W
626 Dixon Rd
65 Regent Park Blvd
7545 Yonge St
80 Bloor St E
865 York Mills Rd
920 Yonge St
930 Yonge St
947 Dovercourt Rd
9677 Yonge St
999 Danforth Ave
115 Strachan Ave

Information about Toronto

Toronto is a city of immigrants. Until World War II it were mainly British, Irish, Germans and Italians who hoped to build a new future in the city. After the war, the city received a new influx of immigrants, mainly from China, India, Russia and Poland. In the space of twenty years (between 1951 and 1971), the number of inhabitants increased from one to two million! This multicultural identity makes Toronto a lively, colorful city. What's more, together with Vancouver on the Canadian west coast it is often said to be one of the best livable cities in the world.

This multicultural identity is reflected for example in the Royal Ontario Museum, Canada's largest museum. Besides a vast scientific collection, the museum also showcases permanent and changing exhibitions dedicated to world cultures. Many arrangements are interactive, so children can also familiarize themselves in a playful way with world cultures and natural history.

The Ontario Science Centre is also an exciting experience for children. They have simulated a tropical rainforest, you can create a tornado with a machine and you can try out a soundproof tunnel. These are just some examples of the many tests and experiments that you can do in this museum. In addition, there is an Omnimax movie theater (with a screen that goes all the way round).

Art lovers cannot miss the Art Gallery of Ontario. The museum showcases a beautiful collection of Canadian and international painters, including one of the world's most expensive works: Massacre of the Innocents by Rubens. The museum also holds the largest collection of sculptures by Henry Moore.

The 533-meter-high CN Tower is the city's landmark. From the viewing platform you have a fantastic view of the city and Lake Ontario. Part of the platform has a glass floor; not something for people with a fear of heights!

Casa Loma is a strange building. It resembles an antique fairy-tale castle, but it was commissioned by the immensely rich eccentric Henry Pallet in 1911. The 'castle' is located in a huge French garden.

The city's largest shopping mall is Eaton Center, which – just like in Montreal – is connected with other shops and department stores underground. It's fun to go to St Lawrence Market, a huge market where a large selection of fresh produce is sold: Obviously vegetables, fruit, meat and fish, but also honey, cheese, tea, coffee, flowers and plants, souvenirs and alternative clothing. On Saturdays there is a Farmer's Market and on Sundays an antiques market.

For a long time, Toronto was known as a boring business city, where nightlife did not amount to much. That has changed radically by now. Thanks to the multicultural population you can enjoy food from all over the world. You'll find most bars, cafés, comedy clubs, discotheques and nightclubs in the area between the CN Tower and Queen Street.

In and around Toronto

In the north of Toronto, a nineteenth century Canadian village was reconstructed. Black Creek Pioneer Village consists of over forty houses and other buildings with an interior from those days and volunteers who engage in old trades. There are also animals around: Horses, sheep and goats, but also ducks. The open-air museum is beautifully situated on the Black Creek, which discharges into the Humber River.

Toronto is surrounded by beaches on Lake Ontario. The most popular ones are located in the city itself in the district that is appropriately called Beaches. West of town lies a beach, Parkdale, which once was a busy beach, but after the construction of a freeway has become deserted. You should definitely not miss a trip to the Toronto Islands. These are eighteen islands in the city harbor, each with their very own atmosphere. The most popular one, Centre Island has picnic spots and beautifully landscaped parks. There is also a children's farm. On the south side of the islands you'll find beaches.

The city is located on one of the five Great Lakes on the border of Canada and the United States. The Niagara Falls can be reached by rental car in about an hour from Toronto. You have to see these enormous waterfalls! While you're there you should also take a walk through the wooded rock formations of Niagara Escarpment, west of the waterfalls.

North of the city lie hundreds of smaller lakes, creeks and rivers in an overwhelming landscape. Around Muskoka (two hours driving north) and The Kawarthas (one and a half hours northeast) you'll find cozy guesthouses, spas and campsites. The lakes offer canoeing and fishing opportunities, and you can make long hikes through the hilly, rocky terrain.

Are the kids a bit tired of all that beautiful nature? Take them to Canada's Wonderland for a day; it's a theme park thirty kilometers north of Toronto. This amusement park is divided in no less than eight themes. It includes a water park with spectacular slides and a huge open-air wave pool. Large musical performances take place at Kingswood Music Theatre and part of the park is dedicated to the cartoon characters of Nickelodeon.

Toronto has plenty of accommodations in all price categories. There are luxury hotels, mid-range hotels, guesthouses and hostels. Most hotels are situated in close vicinity to the city's business center. If you want to visit Toronto in the summer we recommend booking your accommodation well in advance.


Parking in the center of Toronto can be tricky. Many hotels offer parking facilities, but check for possible costs involved when booking a room. There are also many parking garages and parking lots around Downtown Toronto. The municipal parking lots can be recognized by a green 'P'.

Toronto Airport

The airport is located 27 kilometers northwest of Toronto, at about 45 minutes driving from the city center. You can easily reach Toronto Pearson International Airport by rental car: From the center you take Highway 401 and turn to Highway 409 right before the airport. The route is clearly signposted.

Toronto Island Airport is located in the heart of the city, on the harbor. It is mainly used by business travelers and there are direct flights to for example Montreal and New York.

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