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Montreal City Guide And Airport Transfer Service

Whatever your interests are, there is a party for you. This is the ideal moment of the year to combine with the residents, from the Formula One Grand Concours of Canada throughout June towards the Montreal International Tango Carnival in August.

St. Peter’s Basilica
Vieux Port, Montreal   |  Click by Guilhem Vellut from Flickr

Across the whole of June and July, be sure to go to the Montreal International Music Festival, the Just For Laughs Comedy Club, and Montreal Glory in August.

Basilique Cathedrale, Montreal    |   Click by Dennis Jarvis from Flickr

Montréal is recognised as a carnival city, a styling city, and a based-on-culture city. Montréal is a diverse city, including over 120 native cultures. As a result, Montréal is a remarkably multicultural and culturally rich city. Montréal hosts more than 100 events and celebrations every year. And over half of these occurrences are global festivals, and some of the most famous choices can attract more than 250,000 people. There are many things to do in Montreal.

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In Montreal, the Metro method is efficient, clean, and dependable, so it encompasses most of the city. Montreal does have multiple Metro lines, apiece named after just various colours:

The Orange Line is an L-shaped line that stretches east to the north among these 2 cities: Ville St-Laurent and Laval.

The Green Line system is connected with this metro station known as Angrignon, which is further linked with the Sud-Ouest to this metro station known as Honoré-Beaugrand. 

Blue Line, which is further connected and runs from north downtown Montreal to Snowdon metro in Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce to Saint Michel, is further linked to the Orange Line.

The Yellow Line: Is a system that connects the Orange and Green lines and starts running from this station known as Berri-UQAM metro in Quartier Latin to Longueuil.

Geneva transportation in tram
Bus, Montreal   |  Click by Shinya Suzuki from Flickr


The STM bus would then take you to numerous suburban areas and the airport and further than the city centre. Buses run 24/7 daily, making them a fantastic alternative whenever the metro shuts down at midnight. Express buses have been clearly labelled as well as provide fast transport services. You can pay on the bus with an OPUS card or real change.

Train, Montreal   |   Click by Simon Law from Flickr

Exo Train

The Exo transport network comprises six commuter railway lines trying to serve Vaudreuil-Hudson, Deux-Montagnes, Saint-Jerome, Mascouche, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, and Candiac in Greater Montreal. If you only take the Exo train, you can buy TRAIN fares; if you utilise various modes of transportation, you can purchase TRAM fares. With one to six uses, either option can be packed onto your OPUS Card or a Solo card.


The Taxibus is an exceptional bus service for paths which are not ordinarily continued to serve by public transport services. You should book your Taxibus 40-60 minutes before the start, and you could start sharing the ride. So because Taxibus doesn't accept cash payment, you can pack the reasonable fares onto your OPUS card.

Bike sharing

Montreal is indeed a bike-friendly city both for travellers and tourists. If you don't have a bike, you could indeed rent one of these from the Bixi Bike Share; it provides different first for a single ride (that costs CAD 2.99), per day pass will cost (5.25 CAD), or a full year pass it will cost around (CAD 97.00). Bike Share stations are situated throughout the city and have a nearby metro station for ease and comfort.

Because of its ease and clarity, utilising public transportation is indeed a popular method to move around Montreal. The smooth working of all the transport, that is, metro, buses, trains, and other public transportation, are connected. In addition, carpooling and bicycle-sharing services make utilising transit a convenient option that satisfies the requirements of new arrivals. Riders using public transportation rather than trying to drive in Montreal could also feel good about reducing their vehicle emissions and saving a good amount of money on transport costs.

By Foot

Regardless of its size, Montréal's neighbourhoods, especially Vieux-Montréal, are simple to navigate on foot. The heel-to-toe transportation process can also be utilised to travel to and from main attractions. If you're going to visit in the dead of winter, do not even rule out trying to walk; the Underground City makes it quick and warm to move around downtown.

Montreal Airport Transfer And Private Taxi Service

The STM, also known as (Société de transport de Montréal), is a bus line that 747 Express provides public transportation between the Montreal airport hotel and the city centre. Even though you step from the terminal, you will be at the right of the bus stop. You have 2 alternatives: you can easily catch the bus from the metro station that is Berri-UQAM (it will take around 45 to 70 minutes, it will be just 11 stops) that is inside the city centre which is just next to the bus station that is known as Gare d'autocars de Montréal, or you can easily take the bus to this metro station which is Lionel-Groulx (it will take around 25 to 35 minutes, nonstop) south of the city centre. If you start taking the nonstop bus, you could change to metro line 1 (green) or metro line 2 at this metro station, which is Lionel-Groulx (orange).

Battery Bus
STM Nova Bus, Airport Transfers  |  Click by Paul Robertson from Flickr

The bus line 747 Express / 747 Navette operates seven days per week, 24 hours a day, with the regularity of once every 15 minutes throughout the day and once each 30 to 40 minutes in the evening. The bus service between both Montreal-Trudeau Airport and Lionel-Groulx is only accessible between 11:00 a.m. as well as 8:00 p.m.

 Best Time to Visit Montreal

The Ideal Time to visit Montreal is from April through September. Montreal weather changes  every season. A slightly chilly spring commences with Montreal's renowned Nuit Blanche; temperature increases, and room rates fall. The tourist season starts in June and lasts until August. Summer festivals also include the Montreal Cirque Carnival, the Osheaga Music Festival, as well as, of course, the world-famous Montreal Pride. Within a week of dark, the air has become colder, so when going there, you must carry a warm sweater in just the scenario. September generally has summer temperatures, and it's difficult to find lovely rooms during the fall season. The city is chilly and snowy in December and February, yet consider the Underground City beneath downtown Montreal.

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