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Easy access to Windsor, Ontario is an important factor in ensuring a visitor’s stay is a memorable one. Windsor is Canada’s southernmost city and the country’s busiest port of entry. Often referred to as the Gateway to Canada it is strategically located on the Detroit River, within 800 kilometres (500 miles) of 100 million Canadian and American residents. Linking Windsor to most North American destinations is an international network of railway, highway, and freeway systems. There is also convenient access to Windsor and Detroit airports, allowing easy connections to all major world cities.

Windsor International Airport

VIA Rail

Detroit Metropolitan Airport


Flying In?

For hassle-free travel, there’s nothing more convenient than Windsor International Airport (YQG), your one-stop connection to any place you want to go. As a convenient advantage for travelers, YQG is located just 8.5 kilometers (16 minutes driving distance) from Caesars Windsor.

Passenger services at the airport include a restaurant/bar, cash machines, business centre, children’s play safe area, shuttle, and taxi service, four car rental agencies, and a full international wing with resident Customs. The terminal’s passenger-friendly design minimizes walking distance throughout the terminal and adjacent automated parking lots.

Windsor’s convenient, efficient, and friendly airport offers a better choice “Seat to Seat in Twenty Minutes.”

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Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Detroit Metropolitan Airport is located 30 minutes from Windsor and is frequently rated as one of the best airports in the United States for on-time departure. This modern facility is served by all major airlines.

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By Rail

The VIA Rail Train Station is located at Riverside Drive, behind Hiram Walkers Distillery, in Windsor.

It operates daily from 4:45 a.m. through 12:15 p.m. and offers flexible arrival and departure times to and from Windsor.

It also boasts an on-site currency exchange with quick access to ground transport through taxis and the local transit bus system.

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On the Road

For visitors attending the convention, entry to Windsor on the road is accessible through the 401 or through the bridge or tunnel from the U.S.A.

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