Quebec Transportation

  • Funicular of Old Quebec
    Funicular of Old Quebec
    by Jim_Eliason
  • Funicular of Old Quebec
    Funicular of Old Quebec
    by Jim_Eliason
  • Funicular of Old Quebec
    Funicular of Old Quebec
    by Jim_Eliason

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  • 1. Via Rail (train)

    We thought it would be a breeze walking from the station to our lovely lodgings: a quick, close 8-10 minute walk, or so it appeared by Google map. BUT our little route was riddled with BIG hills, &...

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  • 2. Orleans Express (bus)

    I had booked round trip tickets toronto - Riviere du loup. My bus to return home was delayed which happens sometimes. The wheater conditions were fine no mechanical issues on the way but still missed...

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  • 3. Funiculaire du Vieux Quebec

    When you just don't have enough energy to make it back up to the upper city from the lower, at the end of Petit Champlain is this Funicular to get you up there for $1.5 Canadian. Definitely give it a...

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  • 4. Quebec-Levis Ferry

    If you are travelling to Quebec City from the south short and are heading downtown, the Quebec City - Levis ferry offers an alternative to taking the highway and takes you right into downtown Quebec...

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  • 5. Driving to/around Quebec CIty

    From Montreal to Quebec City is an easy 3-hour drive right up either Canadian Highway 20 or Canadian Highway 40. 40 skirts the north edge of the St Lawrence River while 20 runs just to the south of...

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  • 6. Reseau de transport de la Capitale

    If you are not staying in the city centre, or if you want to venture out further afield, the city is well provided with local bus services run by the RTC. At the time of writing (April 2009) the...

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  • 7. Quebec City on foot

    When you come to explore Quebec City.....it is imperative that you bring good footwear along with you... To really see and experience Old Quebec City I think the best way to see the most if its...

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  • 8. Jean Lesage International Airport

    The Jean Lesage International Airport is about 30 minutes from downtown Quebec. Air Canada links cities such as Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Boston, and destinations around the province. Other major...

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  • 9. Allo Stop (car pooling)

    Allo Stop is by far the cheapest and fastest way to travel between Quebec City and Montreal. This carpooling service has been around for over 20 years now and it is both safe and effective. All you...

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  • 10. Horse carriage rides

    A very popular way to enjoy the city of Quebec was by horse and carriage and obviously a very romantic thing to do in the night time I guess if you were with a friend. I didn't bother taking one...

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  • 11. Taxis

    A taxi to your hotel in Quebec has a standard fare from Jean Lesage International Airport. As of late 2006, it cost CAD $30.00 (I think... cannot remember exactly but it's a set fare)... I suppose a...

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  • 13. Ecolobus - For The Foot Weary!

    Quebec is a very compact city with it's modern Downtown immediately below the hill of the Old City. It is therefore easily walkable and the hill can be ascended...

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  • 14. Orleans Express

    My experience with Orleans Express was unexpected and pleasant - I arrived to airport from USA late and missed shuttle to Montreal Port to embark on Holland...

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  • 15. An Up and Down Tip!! - Escalier du Faubourg

    I don't suppose many people have tips to write about lifts (elevators as they call them in Angophone N America) but here's a nice useful one for Quebec.If you...

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  • 16. Airport / City bus / Train / Ferry-boat

    We have an international airport (Jean-Lesage airport) not so far (15km) form the city center . If you arrive from Montreal airport we have good train or bus...

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  • 17. Letter from mum

    Dear Tim thankyou for the pics. Clara must have had a wonderful holiday I am so pleased. Now she is having pc lessons I hope she will be able to send an email...

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  • 18. Cruising, of course!

    While staying on a land-based trip to Quebec, we almost envied the folks on the Century Constellation, who had started out from New York, as we had, only it...

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  • 19. MURRY HILL TOUR BUS

    We took a tour bus from Joliette. The trip was organized by the Golden Age Club and we were 40 in number aboard. We left Joliette at 8 AM. and returned at 11.15...

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  • 20. BUS SERVICE

    IN QUEBEC CITY THEY HAVE A GOOD 'BUS SERVICE'. To visit attractions or OLD QUEBEC take a 'MINI BUS TOUR' from your hotel. From Montreal or Quebec city by train,...

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  • 21. Explore Quebec on foot or by bus

    Walking is the best way to explore the Upper and Lower Town of Quebec. The citys transit system STCUQ runs buses approximately every 15 to 30 minutes to all...

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  • 22. * rent a car or drive your own...

    * rent a car or drive your own car (for US and canadian live in East coast) if u travel more than 1 .It is cheaper cost to drive around fast and convinience...

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  • 23. Quebec is an old city and...

    Quebec is an old city and wasn't made for cars... that means that sometimes it can be hard to find a parking spot and if you find one be ready to pay the price....

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  • 24. Car .. there are a number of...

    Car .. there are a number of roads leading into QuebecPlane .. there's an airport here, small I think. You could also fly into Montreal and drive up.Um, no cars...

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  • 25. Planes, trains, automobiles,...

    Planes, trains, automobiles, cruiselines..Quebec is very easy to go to.Tous les moyens de transports sont adequats pour ce rendre a Quebec.walking is the best...

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