Getting to Montreal

Four easy ways to get to Québec: by plane, by car, by rail or by bus

Montréal, an accessible city! 

By plane

  • Montréal-Trudeau International Airport

    • A truly international hub, Montréal-Trudeau is served by more than 30 airlines travelling to some 138 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, the Caribbean and North America.


 

By car

Highway 20 (autouroute Jean-Lesage) runs along the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, and Highway 40 (autoroute Félix-Leclerc) is the north shore access to the city.


 

By rail

  • VIA Rail Canada
    Daily VIA Rail Canada service between Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal and Québec City.

    Tel.: 1 888 842-7245

    Visitors traveling by train from the USA come into Montreal via Amtrak, then transfer to VIA Rail Canada trains for Québec City.

  • Amtrak
    Tel.: 1 800 USA-RAIL (1 800 872-7245)
  • Stations
    Montréal Central train station 
    895, de la Gauchetière ouest, Montréal, Qc. 1 888 842-7245


 

By bus

Orléans Express

Orléans Express Coach Lines provide daily service between Québec City, Montréal, and all other destinations in the province.

Greyhound
Visitors traveling by bus from the USA come into Montreal via Greyhound, then transfer to Orléans Express bus for Québec City. Full details provided by Greyhound at 1 800 661-TRIP (8747).

Cruise the Saint-Lawrence

84 rue St-Germain Est, suite 206
Rimouski (Quebec)
Canada G5L 1A6

Phone : (418) 725-0135
Fax : (418) 724-7238
E-mail : info@cruisesaintlawrence.com
Website : www.cruisesaintlawrence.com

Printed on : Sunday, May 28, 2017