Getting to Windsor is easy.  You can fly into Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) or directly into Windsor International Airport (YQG).  Detroit Metro Airport is actually closer to downtown Windsor than most major airports are to their own downtown--about 30mins from DTW to Downtown hotels.

Windsor also has a VIA Rail station about a 4min drive from the heart of downtown - this is less than a $10 cab ride.  This is the beginning of the Windsor to Quebec City rail corridor that goes through London, Toronto, and Montreal.  There is also the option to travel by business class with significant benefits like extra room, hot meals, and alcoholic beverages. 

Bus travelers have the option to take the Greyhound bus, with a convenient terminal in the heart of downtown. Greyhound buses connect to other destinations in Canada as well as the United States. 

Visitors traveling from Detroit can also access the city through the Detroit Windsor Tunnel bus which connected the downtown cores of both cities.  

By car from the U.S., the I-75 traveling North or South can take you right to the Ambassador Bridge or the Detroit Windsor Tunnel. Windsor is located about 4 hours from Cincinnati, 2.5 hours from Cleveland, 45 minutes from Toledo, 5 hours from Buffalo, 3.5 hours from Columbus, 5 hours from Indianapolis.

By car from Canada, Highway 401 can take you directly to Windsor. Windsor is located about 4 hours from Toronto, 3.5 hours from Niagara Falls, 8 hours from Ottawa, the nation's capital.

It is suggested that U.S. citizens read the information contained in the traveller article "Canada: Crossing the Border" or