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Quebec Travel Guide

Getting Quebec

By Air

Jean Lesage International Airport is the aerial gateway into Québec City and is located about 10km (6mi) west of town. It fields international flights from several US destinations, including Boston and Newark, as well as from Mexico and Paris. The main domestic carrier touching down here is Air Canada, which forges connections with other chief Canadian cities such as Ottawa, in the neighbouring province of Ontario.

By Bus

Montréal is the place where buses trundle into Québec province from the USA - there are no international coaches running direct between Québec City and the international border to the south. The bus trip between Montréal and Québec City takes three to four hours with vehicles shuttling between the two almost hourly throughout the day and night. The Québec City bus terminal is on Rue Abraham Martin, in the section of Lower Town to the west of the Old Port.

By Train

At Central of Québec City's three train stations, the strikingly renovated Gare du Palais. It's a three-hour chug from here to Montréal (then on to points further west). Ferries navigate the breadth of the St Lawrence River between Québec City on the north shore (docking at Place Royale) and Lévis (technically now part of Greater Québec) on the south, a trip that takes only a few minutes.

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