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Getting to Montreal

An international destination of choice, Montréal is easily accessed by land, water and air.

Before leaving, make sure you have a valid passport and visa (if needed). For more information on passports and visas, click here.

By Plane. Located only 20 minutes from downtown, Montréal-Trudeau International Airport is one of the largest in Canada, with direct flights by some 40 carriers to over 130 destinations in Canada, the United States and abroad.

By Train or Bus. VIA Rail Canada serves more than 450 Canadian cities. If you are coming from the United States, hop aboard an Amtrak train, with daily departures from several US cities to downtown Montréal. Visitors arrive at Montréal’s Central Station, which is conveniently linked to the Underground Pedestrian Network and the Bonaventure metro station.

If you are planning a trip by bus, many American and Canadian operators come to Montréal, including Orléans Express and Greyhound. Buses arrive directly downtown at the Montréal Central Bus Station, which is also connected to the Underground Pedestrian Network via the Berri-UQAM metro station.

By Car. If you are travelling by car from elsewhere in Canada or the United States, Montréal can be easily reached by highway. The island of Montréal is only 75 kilometres (46 miles) from the US border, and many roads and expressways lead to the city, including the Trans-Canada Highway. Depending on your point of origin, you will take one of the major bridges—Champlain, Jacques-Cartier or Victoria, or the Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine bridge tunnel—which connect to downtown Montréal.

For details on driving in Montréal, including information about driver’s licenses, right turns, road signs and parking, click here.

Source acknowledgement: Tourisme Montréal.