Getting around in Quebec

Air Travel

If you are travelling to the province of Quebec by plane, you will most likely be arriving at Montreal-Trudeau or at Jean-Lesage International  Airport in Québec City. 

Border Crossings

Travelling with minors? Want to take Fido along? Not sure what you can and cannot take with you?  Find information about what to expect at border crossings, travel tips and documentation requirements by visiting the Canada Border Services Agency website.


Based on an idea from Vélo Québec, the Route Verte has been under development since 1995, with the cooperation of the Québec ministry of transportation as well as numerous regional partners. It includes 5,000 kilometres (over 3,000 miles) of bikeways linking the regions of Quebec.

For more information, click to visit the official website of the Route Verte.


Please note that it may be necessary to book your crossings ahead of time.   

For schedules, fares and general information (toll free in Canada and the United States), please call: 1 877 787-7483 or visit Société des traversiers

To make a booking, please call the reservation centre (Matane, Qc) open daily between 9am and 5pm:  1 877 562-6560

Road Network Conditions

Coming by car? To know more about road conditions, construction zones, incidents and detours, visit the official website of Transports Québec.   


Québec is arguably one of the best snowmobile destinations with its 33,500 kms of groomed and patrolled federated trails. To plan your trip, visit Snowmobile in Québec.


If you would like to travel by train across Quebec and Canada, please contact Via Rail.  

Plan your trip

To find great vacation ideas and packages, visit or consult the Quebec Vacation Guide. 

Need more practical information?

Please do not hesitate to visit the official website of Tourisme Québec.

 Visit each region’s website to find more great ideas and useful information to plan the perfect Quebec vacation!