WHAT TO DO IN MONTRÉAL
Plan your stay in Montreal:
WHAT TO DO IN QUÉBEC
Discover Quebec, plan your vacation, and book your accommodations.
Everything you need to know to prepare for your vacation in Quebec
➔ Visit the website
➔ Talk with an agent by calling 1-877-BONJOUR
USEFUL APPS AND WEBSITES
➔ TripAdvisor: find the perfect places to eat, sleep and enjoy.
➔ Transit: plan your public transportation with ease. You’ll get the schedule of the nearest buses and more. P $ Mobile Service: pay your Montreal parking meter without needing to travel to the payment terminal. Pay by credit card directly through the application.
➔Trivago: compare hotel prices.
➔ Yelp!: find the best businesses around you, save in discovering their special offers, and share your experiences with tips, check-ins and photos.
➔ Local Montréal Visites Gourmandes: Montreal’s #1 walking Food Tours thought the best neighborhoods and local restaurants.
📍Société des arts technologiques: 1201, Boul. Saint-Laurent
📍Piknic Électronik: Plaine des jeux at Parc Jean-Drapeau
The Piknic site is located near the Jean-Drapeau metro station on the Yellow Line.
The SAT is near the St-Laurent station, on the Green line. Also, if you prefer the bus, several options are available. Consult the Transit app or the STM website.
For the Piknic site, two options are possible, via the Jacques-Cartier or Concorde bridges.
BIXI (Bike-sharing location system)
$5.25 for 24-hour access or $15 for 3 days, for as many desired trips of 30 minutes or less; a fee applies for longer trips. Three stations are available near the Piknic and SAT sites. Check out the website here.
Departure every hour from Quai Jacques-Cartier to the Old Port of Montreal and the Marina of Longueuil. Consult the schedules on the website of Navettes Maritimes. The fare is $4.25 from Montreal or $7.75 from Longueuil.
Parking is operated by Parc Jean-Drapeau and rates are between $8 and $20.
Several paid parking, are available around the SAT.
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HOW TO GET IN MONTREAL
The railway company VIA Rail Canada connects more than 450 cities. If you come from the United States, climb aboard Amtrak trains, which offers daily departures from several U.S. cities to downtown Montreal. You will arrive at Montreal’s Central Station, connected to the underground pedestrian network and the Bonaventure metro station.
The Central Bus Station of Montreal welcomes regional, national and cross-border carriers. It is connected to the Berri-UQAM metro station.
Located just 25 minutes from downtown, Montreal’s Trudeau Airport hosts forty of the world’s international airlines and receives direct flights from more than 130 regular and seasonal destinations in Canada, the United States and overseas.
USEFUL ADDRESSES IN MONTREAL
RESTAURANTS & COFFEE SHOPS
- Bouillon Bilk
- Joe Beef
- Le Café Saigon
- La Banquise
- La Buvette chez Simone
- Trip de Bouffe
- Les Co’pains d’abord
- Labo Culinaire Foodlab
- La Capital Tacos
- Orange Rouge
- Have-aux glaces
- Accords Bistro
- Café Origine
- Bar Pamplemousse
- Café Parvis
- Plein Sud
- Petit Séoul
- Pub Burgundy Lion