How to get to Quebec

Québec is located in the north eastern region of North America, bordering the provinces of Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as the U.S. states of New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Québec is three times the size of France, five times the size of Japan, and twenty times the size of Belgium. For this reason, visitors must be particularly attentive to travelling distances when planning their itinerary.

There are two international airports in Québec: Montréal-Trudeau Airportand Québec City's Jean-Lesage Airport. Passengers arriving at Montréal-Trudeau Airport can easily travel by shuttle to downtown Montréal, Kingston and Ottawa (3 to 5 departures per day), and Mont-Tremblant (from mid-December to mid-April).

Various bus companies offer travel to Québec cities from numerous points of origin in Canada and the U.S., including Adirondack and Greyhound, whose North American Discovery Pass allows for nearly unlimited travel throughout its territory for periods varying between 4 and 60 days.

VIA Rail provides rail services between Toronto and Halifax which pass through Quebec as well as more frequent routes between Montreal and Quebec City, Montreal and Toronto, and Montreal and Ottawa. Amtrak provides rail services from Montreal to the USA.

Québec is bordered by Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as by four New England states. Montréal and Québec City, moreover, are but a few hours by car from major metropolises such as New York City, Boston and Toronto. The highways in Quebec are easy to use but it is worth noting that many signs may by only in French.

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