Province of 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

Province of Quebec Transportation

  • Metro

    Montreal Transportation

    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 is the worst). Berri-UQAM station is always the most crowded at any point in the day since it's the intersection point for 3 lines. The subway lines...

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  • Via Rail (train)

    Quebec Transportation

    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, & worse, the sidewalks were cobblestone, which ended up wrecking one of our rolling (carry-on size) suitcases. It didn't help that it was raining & very...

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  • Buses

    Montreal Transportation

    The options depend on what you want to spend. There is a bus the "747" just outside the terminal for about $10 Canadian. A taxi will be about $40. A regular bus is $3, but you have to get yourself and your luggage to the bus terminal, a little ways away.

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  • Quebec-Levis Ferry

    Quebec Transportation

    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 City. You can take your car or do this by foot. The ride takes about 10 minutes.

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  • Train

    Montreal Transportation

    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 station, and it also has a lot of shops and restaurants to go to in case you have a long wait in between trains/buses. It is also connected to...

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  • Funiculaire du Vieux Quebec

    Quebec Transportation

    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 try for at least one trip for the great views

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  • Car/Auto

    Montreal Transportation

    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 like "No parking between 9 and 2"!!! It means 9 AM and 2 AM, not 9-2 PM!!! 2)Parking quality and prices vary considerably, even within a 3 block...

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  • Orleans Express (bus)

    Quebec Transportation

    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 a connection in montreal. I had to wait until the next morning before I could leave again and therefore missing work. Olean express never offered a...

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  • Airplane

    Montreal Transportation

    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 to downtown Montreal (about 20mins), just 18km west from the downtown city core. It is the main airport for handling domestic and international...

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  • Driving to/around Quebec CIty

    Quebec Transportation

    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 the river. We chose highway 40 and stopped for a nice breakfast in the city of Trois Rivieres, at about the halfway point.

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  • Bicycle

    Montreal Transportation

    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 (deliberately?) strange fee system presented in French on minute displays. It appears You must put the bike into a bike stand at short intervals, otherwise...

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  • Reseau de transport de la Capitale

    Quebec Transportation

    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 single fare on the bus is $2.60 (Exact money only) or tickets are available from local shops for $2.45. There is also a day ticket at $6.45. Getting to...

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  • Little of Everything

    Montreal Transportation

    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 the tourist feel of it, walking is good.. you can see all the unsual places and signs that will make you laugh (vanhoutte). If you are single and and...

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  • Quebec City on foot

    Quebec Transportation

    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 possible is by WALKING...... In my opinion to rent a car is a total waste of money....for the odd thing you might want to see or do that would require a...

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  • Walking

    Montreal Transportation

    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 desks. For a downloadable map showing the RESO in relation to Downtown as a whole click HERE Or for a schematic map showing the main buildings and...

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  • Jean Lesage International Airport

    Quebec Transportation

    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 airlines that go to Quebec include Northwest and Continental. To get to downtown from the airport you can either rent a car or take a taxi at a fixed...

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  • Horse

    Montreal Transportation

    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 d’Armes -Notre-Dame Street near Place Jacques-Cartier -De la Commune Street near Place Jacques-Cartier

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  • Allo Stop (car pooling)

    Quebec Transportation

    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 have to do is get a membership card (only $6) and then you can travel between Quebec City and Montreal for only $16. There are several rides offered...

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  • Motorcycle

    Montreal Transportation

    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 motorcycle. This is a city that wakes up in the summer; a city that allows its people to absorb it all in a few months of its 'glory'...sunshine,...

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  • Horse carriage rides

    Quebec Transportation

    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 alone but there were no shortage of horses around the city. I enjoyed just seeing and watching the horses themselves, they were all beautiful animals.

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  • Bus to the Luarentians

    If you depend on public transport, getting to the Laurentians is best done with the bus that goes from Montreal's main bus station. The Galland group is the one that runs the only bus to the area. It took more or less 3 hours from St Jovite to Montreal with all the stops on the way. It was a pretty drive, bus was clean and comfortable bus...

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  • Tough old bush plane

    During my June, 1990 business trip to Hydro-Quebec's huge complex of dams at Radisson, near Hudson Bay, we were treated to an all-day fishing trip on the shores of the Bay. A total of 18 people were flown 100 miles further north to Hudson Bay in two venerable bush planes. DeHavilland Canada 'Otters', the one shown here was built in 1957, are the...

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  • Metro de Montreal

    Since the 1960's, Quebec's public transportation system has been a leader. In Montreal specifically, the Metro system is a great way to get from one side of the city to the other efficiently without braving the cold of winter.This is especially nice when travelling more than three or four blocks, as your face may likely freeze off!Of particular...

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  • Car Ferry MV 'Madeleine'

    For our trip to the not easy to reach Iles de la Madeleine, we booked ourselves for passage on the car-ferry 'Madeleine', about 2-weeks before we planned to leave. In peak season, it is best to book even further in advance. The 'Madeleine' is a 400 foot, 6800 ton, 20 knot Roll-On Roll-Off ferry, capable of carrying 700 passengers as well as...

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  • A car provides great flexibility

    Quebec is a big province with lots of things to see and do. As a result, taking either your own vehicle or a rental really is adviseable if you want to be free to explore at your leisure. We took our own car to the Isles de la Madeleine and the Gaspe and have made several drives through the southern part of Quebec as well. This van was a business...

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  • Enjoy the Views from the Ferry

    North of Quebec City, where the people are few and the river is broad, there are no more bridges across the St. Lawrence. That means travel is by ferry. For the vacationer with leisure time, this is good -- a chance to get out of the car and enjoy the view of the mighty river. Often, we have seen marine mammals on our crossings. In 2001 when we...

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  • Snowmobile Rides

    Excellent groomed trails accross the province for snowmobiles. They can be rented at most resorts or towns.

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