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Quebec City and Montmorency Falls Day Trip from Montreal

Quebec City and Montmorency Falls Day Trip from Montreal
Duration:
12 hours
From:
USD 85.81
<p>Visit the historic heart of French Canada on this day trip from Montreal to Quebec City. On your sightseeing tour, see famous landmarks including Place Royale, Notre Dame Basilica, the Parliament Building, Montmorency Falls and the Plains of Abraham as you explore quaint narrow streets filled with old-world charm, and learn about the city&rsquo;s fascinating French-Canadian history from your guide. Enjoy free time to walk through Old Quebec, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and take a scenic cruise on the St Lawrence River during the months of May through October!</p>

Montreal Food and History Tour by Scooter

Montreal Food and History Tour by Scooter
Duration:
4 hours 30 minutes
From:
USD 154.26
<p>Travel by scooter and visit some of Montreal's most scenic views and historic sites. Along the way, stop to eat traditional Quebec dishes. Experience Quebec comfort food from the Magdalene Islands and try classic neighborhood dishes including poutine, spruce beer diner-style, <em>pâté chinois</em> and <em>pudding chômeur</em>. You will learn about the history of these dishes and get to taste the most traditional of traditional eats here in mom and pop shops. You'll also see old Montreal, traces of Expo 67, Mount-Royal, Montreal's southwest and the Latin Quarter. </p>

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Montreal Trudeau Airport (YUL) Information


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 YUL Montreal Trudeau Airport Info & Guide


Montreal Trudeau International Airport

Where is Montreal Trudeau Airport?  


Montreal is 2nd only to Paris as one of the world's largest French-speaking cities in the world (as a mother tongue).


Called "Canada's Cultural Capital" and named a UNESCO City of Design, Montreal has reputation as one North America's liveliest cities. Old Montréal's historical buildings date from the 17th century, and many are beautifully lit up at night. 


Montréal Trudeau Airport (IATA: YUL, ICAO: CYUL), officially Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport or Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport, previously Montréal Dorval Airport, also known as Trudeau Airport or Montréal Airport, is located on the Island of Montreal, partially in Dorval and Saint-Laurent, west of downtown Montreal, in Quebec, Canada. The city's other airport, Montréal Mirabel Airport (YMX), is primarily used for cargo flights.


In 2015, Montreal Trudeau Airport served 15,517,382 passengers, making it the 3rd busiest airport in Canada. YUL Airport has United States border preclearance facilities.


Montreal Trudeau Airport is part of Canada's busiest air corridor between Montreal, Ottawa Airport (YOW), and Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ), commonly referred to as the Eastern Triangle.


Other destinations served by YUL include Algiers, Amman, Amsterdam, Athens, Atlanta, Barcelona, Boston, Brussels, Cancún, Casablanca, Chicago, Doha, Frankfurt, Geneva, Havana, Istanbul, London, Los Angeles, Málaga, Mexico City, Nassau, New York, Panama City, Paris, Port-au-Prince, Punta Cana, Rome, San Francisco, St. Lucia, Venice, Washington DC and Zürich, among many others, as well as destinations across Canada.


Airlines that fly to Montreal Airport include Aeroméxico, Air Algérie, Air Canada, Air France, Air Inuit, Air Transat, American Airlines, American Eagle, British Airways, Corsair International, Cubana, Delta Connection, First Air, KLM, Lufthansa, Porter Airlines, Qatar Airways, Sunwing Airlines, Swiss International, United Express and WestJet.


In 2011, the prestigious Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Award for most improved airport in North America, awarded by the Airports Council International, went to Montreal Trudeau Airport.


Your best bet for a Montreal Airport transfer is the bus. Details on all options are included in this guide.


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 Other Items of Interest at Montreal Trudeau Airport


Services at the Pierre Elliot Trudeau Airport include:


  • National Bank Red Carpet Lounge (fee) - International (gate 53)
  • AirSpa - International (gate 51), USA (gate 81), Domestic (gate 5)
  • Florist
  • Cloakroom
  • Pharmacy
  • Post office
  • Photocopy service - main foreign exchange, departures level
  • Children’s games available in the waiting room located on the 2nd floor
  • Prayer room
  • Jacques-de-Lesseps Park, a green space designed for planespotting
  • Self-service baggage drop-off

 

In addition to free WiFi, the YULi program at Montreal Airport gives you:

  • Text updates: text your flight number to 23636 for flight status updates and alerts
  • Go mobile: browse the airport's website admtl.com - site adapts instantly to smart phone format. 
  • Internet stations

 

The YUL Airport radio station (88.1 FM) broadcasts airport-related information 24 hours a day within a 10-km radius.




Additional Montreal Trudeau Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.



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Last Updated: 31 Oct 2016