Take the TTC! - Roncesvalles is well served by public transit, visited by several streetcar routes, anchored by the Dundas West subway station. In fact, the Roncesvalles division is the oldest in the TTC.
From the Dundas West subway station, you can walk south a few blocks, or take the King St 504. This streetcar travels the length of Roncesvalles Ave. To see all of Roncesvalles Village, get off at Boustead Avenue (the first stop south), and enjoy the walk!
At the north end, Roncesvalles and Howard Park is visited by the 506 College (Carlton) Street streetcar, and if you prefer to take the 505 Dundas West, get off either at Howard Park (walk a few steps east to Roncy) or get off when Dundas merges with Roncesvalles a block or so north of Howard Park.
Lakeshore, King, Queen, Dundas and College! That's a lot of ways to ride to Roncy!
By car and bicycle! - Roncesvalles Avenue runs north from the King St W and Queen St W intersection to Dundas St. West, just south of where it intersects with Bloor St. West. We are just east of High Park and can be reached by going east from the Park along High Park Blvd or Howard Park Avenue. There is plenty of on street parking and bicycle rings.
Click here for a printable map of Roncesvalles Village.
Roncesvalles Village BIA
#233—412 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2N2
Tel/Fax: (416) 537-2701