Jacques-Cartier Quay in the Old-Port of Montreal

By public transport

🚇 Metro

Place-d'Armes - last metro passage: towards Montmorency 00:51AM every day (except Saturday 01:21AM) - towards Côte-Vertu 1:00AM every day (except Saturday 01:30AM). More info on STM website.
Champ-de-Mars - last metro passage: towards Montmorency 00:52AM every day (except Saturday 01:22AM) - towards Côte-Vertu 00:59AM every day (except Saturday 01:29AM). More info on STM website.

🚌 City Bus

Line 55 Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent / Saint-Jacques stop)
Schedule North direction | Schedule South direction

Line 715 Vieux-Montréal/Vieux-Port (Notre-Dame / De Bonsecours stop)
Schedule East direction | Schedule West direction

Line 361 (night bus) Saint-Denis (Place Jacques-Cartier stop)
Schedule North direction | Schedule South direction

✈️ > 🚌 From the airport to downtown

Line 747 YUL Montréal-Trudeau Airport/Downtown
Schedule East direction | Schedule West direction

🚌 Intercity bus

The Central Bus Station of Montreal welcomes regional, national and cross-border carriers.  It is connected to the Berri-UQAM metro station.

By carpool

Whether you are a driver or passenger, you’ll find that Carpool Kangaride is a source of great savings and, above all, great encounters.

Carpool Kangaride currently provides its users with a service that puts in contact drivers and passengers who wish to carpool in Canada (intercity). It is also possible to plan departures from the United States.

By train

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.

By airplane

Located just 20 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.

By car

If you plan to travel by car, Montreal is accessible by road to those coming from elsewhere in Canada and the United States. Indeed, the island of Montreal is only 75 km from the U.S. border, and many roads and highways connect to the city, including the Trans-Canadian highway. Depending on your route, then you will take the main bridges - Champlain, Jacques-Cartier or Victoria - or the Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine tunnel-bridge to get to the city center.

De la Commune Street, Berri Street or Saint-Laurent Boulevard lead into the Old Port and its parking lots. Parking available at Clock Tower and King-Edward Quays.

Plan your route based on your starting point.