Montreal Transportation

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  • 1. Metro

    The subway (people here call it the metro) is one of the easiest ways to get around Montreal. It's not very expensive either. It can get crowded though, depending on the time of day (morning rush-hour...

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  • 2. Buses

    Montreal has a pretty good public transport system, a combination of bus and Metro. You can buy tickets or a book of tickets but they also have several types of passes, including a weekend pass and a...

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  • 3. Train

    To get to and from Montreal, the train is one of the easiest ways. Trains go to/from many major Canadian cities in central Canada and the Maritimes. Bonaventure station (or Gare Centrale) is the train...

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  • 4. Airplane

    Montreal is a gateway city, and the airport is the hub for all international travel to-and-from the city. Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport (formerly named DORVAL Airport) is located close...

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  • 5. Car/Auto

    If you have to remember two things about Montreal, remember these two: 1)For the Americans: First, quebec time works like military time. Aka 17h00 is 5PM, 13h00 is 1PM. So be aware when you things...

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  • 6. Bicycle

    If you are tempted to use the BIXI, the Montreal version of the city rental bike system you should be warned. The bike ride may cost more than a limosine unless you familiarize yourself with the...

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  • 7. Little of Everything

    Basically, whatever you feel like doing will get you around Montreal. if you wanted to be informative and enjoy the french way of travelling the carriage ride is an excellent one. If you want to enjoy...

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  • 8. Walking

    The RESO, Montreal's underground city-within-a-city, is very easy to navigate with well sigposted "streets". There are maps at the main entrances, computerised search facilities and even information...

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  • 9. Horse

    A special way to explore Old-Montréal is by horse drawn carriage , locally known as "calèche". A tour lasts half a hour and costs CAD 45 all-in. Tours depart from: -The perimeter of Place...

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  • 10. Motorcycle

    It truly makes sense...warmer days, motorcycling is IT. To this day I laugh to a very humble photo that tells it all...this is Montreal for you...red high heel shoes, short shorts and a free mind on a...

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  • 11. Set fare taxi to/from the airport

    We took a taxi to and from the airport to our hotel and were very pleased with it. The fare to/from the airport into downtown is a set fare so don't worry about...

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  • 12. Inexpensive car parking at Complexe Desjardins

    We found the parking at Complexe Desjardins (shopping mall) very convenient (on Blvd. Rene-Levesque between Saint-Urbain and Jeanne-Mance, just a few minutes...

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  • 13. Free street parking

    There was free street parking available on side streets (we went in November, off-season), but you need to bring a French dictionary to know what months / days...

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  • 14. Taxis

    You can hail a taxi in Montreal, and they'll take you anywhere in town, but be careful because they might try to charge you a more expensive price. Here's my...

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  • 15. Traveling by metro...no better way!

    The best way to get around has always been, and will always be the Metro. We have 4 colored-lines in Montreal. The Green line (which goes down Ste-Catherine...

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  • 16. Subway in Montreal

    The best way to move in Montreal definitly is the use of "metro", if you are going to stay for a week or more, I recommend you buy this weekly metro pass, the...

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  • 17. Taxi in Montreal....

    __________TAXI RATE__________(2.13$CAD + 1.13 for additional kilometer)Approximative price for a Ride from Central Downtown to:Plateau-Mont-Royal : around...

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  • 18. Getting to Montreal...

    Montreal has two major airports; Dorval which is used for Domestic and International flights and Mirabel, used mainly for freight and some chartered flights.You...

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  • 19. Taxis still a good buy, especially at night

    Taxis in Montreal must, by law, charge the same rate, which changed just last week. The new rates are:2,75$ to get in1,30$/kmand 29,95$/hour of waitingIf you...

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  • 20. Tour Montreal by Land/Water

    I didn't go on this, but saw this funny looking tour bus. Turns out it goes on land,,,,but also can go in the water. A neat idea.

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  • 21. Interactive Map of Montréal

    You can use this map to find the location of places by either street address or name of location ie. hotel, Biodôme, Casino de Montréal, etc.State for Quebec is...

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  • 22. ANYTHING BUT A CAR!

    In Montreal use bus and metro (subway): cheap and fast! Only rent a car if you travel outside of montreal: expensive for the rental and for fuel! Most of the...

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  • 23. This is a very usefull map. ...

    This is a very usefull map. You can see the main attrations area and where they are located around the 'downtown' area.

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