International Symposium on NeuroVirology and 2016
Conference on HIV in the Central Nervous System
will be held in downtown Toronto, which is the provincial
capital of Ontario, Canada.
Getting to Toronto
Arriving by air
Two major airports serve the Toronto metropolitan area: Toronto International Pearson Airport and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
option for transportation between the airport and hotel is
Pearson Express (UP Express), which connects Toronto
Pearson International Airport to Union Station in the
heart of downtown in just 25 minutes. UP Express trains
depart every 15 minutes, 19 ½ hours a day between 5:30 am
and 1:00 am Union Station is located 4 blocks from the
hotel. One-way tickets are around $27.50 (CAD) for an
directions to the hotel and information about hotel
parking are available on the hotel
to do in and around Toronto
in downtown Toronto just a few blocks from
Lake Ontario's northwestern shore,
the Omni King Edward Hotel is conveniently positioned in
the financial, entertainment, and shopping districts of
the city. Local attractions include the CN Tower &
Edgewalk, the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Princess of Wales
Theatre, and the Art Gallery of Toronto. For shopping of
all kinds, visit Old
Town Toronto, the St.
Lawrence Farmers Market, the Distillery
District, and the Toronto
Eaton Center. If you have time for a day trip,
scenic Niagara Falls is less than 90 minutes away by car.
The following web pages* will provide more information about things to do and see in Toronto and the surrounding area.
Local weatherIn the fourth week in October, the temperatures in Toronto typically range from an average high of 54ºF (12ºC) to an average low of 36ºF (2ºC). For more information about current conditions and area forecasts, visit the Weather Channel web site.
*The ISNV is not affiliated with any of the above sources of information or services.