Top 7 road trips from Aurora (Ontario)

Aurora to Cleveland
starting from Aurora
1.5 hours → Lincoln
55 minutes → Buffalo
54 minutes → Fredonia
1 hour → Erie
1 hour → Geneva
56 minutes → Cleveland


6.5 hours of driving
Aurora to Pittsburgh
starting from Aurora
1 hour → Burlington
45 minutes → Niagara Falls
1.5 hours → Dunkirk
1 hour → Erie
1.5 hours → Grove City
40 minutes → Cranberry Township
22 minutes → Pittsburgh

7 hours of driving
Aurora to Montreal
starting from Aurora
1 hour → Port Hope
45 minutes → Trenton
1 hour → Kingston
1.5 hours → Old Mills Guest Home
55 minutes → Massena
1 hour → Smoke Meat Pete
33 minutes → Montreal

7.5 hours of driving
Aurora to Baltimore
starting from Aurora
2 hours → Niagara Falls
1.5 hours → Letchworth State Park
1.5 hours → Painted Post
1 hour → Williamsport
1.5 hours → Harrisburg
1.5 hours → Baltimore


8.5 hours of driving
Aurora to Columbus
starting from Aurora
2 hours → Niagara Falls
2 hours → Erie
2 hours → Cleveland
1.5 hours → Shelby
1.5 hours → Columbus



8.5 hours of driving
Aurora to Philadelphia
starting from Aurora
2 hours → Niagara Falls
1.5 hours → Rochester
1.5 hours → Syracuse
1.5 hours → Binghamton
1 hour → Scranton
1 hour → Allentown
1 hour → Philadelphia

9.5 hours of driving
Aurora to Washington, DC
starting from Aurora
49 minutes → Mississauga
1 hour → Niagara Falls
1.5 hours → Sugartown Alpaca Farm
1.5 hours → DuBois
1.5 hours → Altoona
1.5 hours → Sideling Hill
56 minutes → Harpers Ferry
1 hour → Washington, DC
9.5 hours of driving

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