Transport in Quebec, Canada

Quebec Transport

Getting There

By plane:

The Jean Lesage International Airport is located a mere 20 minutes from Quebec. Services from numerous Canadian and US cities serve this airport. The easiest way to get from here into the city centre is to take a taxi.

By train:

Quebec’s main train station is the Gare du Palais. Trains from various destinations throughout Canada visit this station. The other main station in the city is the Gare de Sainte-Foy.

By bus:

Beside the main train station you’ll find the Gare du Palais, which is Québec City’s main bus terminal. Buses from throughout the province of Quebec, including services from Montreal, arrive at and depart from this station.

Getting Around

On foot:

Quebec is quite a compact city so you'll be able to get to most of the main attractions while exploring the city on foot.

By bus:

This city’s network of public buses and shuttles is operated by RTC and services routes across town. These services are frequent and to get a ticket for the bus you’ll need to have exact change.

By bike:

When the weather allows, you’ll be about to get around most of the city using the numerous bike paths.

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