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Cheap flights to Montreal, Canadarecently found by travellers
Washington DC
WAS
Montreal
YMQ
US$268
Porter Airlines
Fri 26/10 - Mon 05/11
US$268
Washington DC
WAS
Montreal
YMQ
US$282
Porter Airlines
Thu 25/10 - Fri 26/10
US$282
Washington DC
WAS
Montreal
YMQ
US$303
Porter Airlines
Mon 03/09 - Tue 11/09
US$303
Washington DC
WAS
Montreal
YMQ
US$303
Porter Airlines
Thu 30/08 - Thu 06/09
US$303
Washington DC
WAS
Montreal
YMQ
US$361
Porter Airlines
Thu 11/10 - Sun 14/10
US$361
Washington DC
WAS
Montreal
YMQ
US$400
Air Canada
Thu 20/09 - Sun 23/09
US$400
Washington DC
WAS
Montreal
YMQ
US$409
Porter Airlines
Wed 29/08 - Mon 03/09
US$409
Washington DC
WAS
Montreal
YMQ
US$429
Multiple Airlines
Sat 17/11 - Sat 24/11
US$429
Washington DC
WAS
Montreal
YMQ
US$443
Porter Airlines
Mon 30/07 - Fri 03/08
US$443
Washington DC
WAS
Montreal
YMQ
US$528
Porter Airlines
Fri 20/07 - Mon 23/07
US$528
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I've always wanted to visit, so how do I get to Montreal?

Getting a cheap flight to Montreal is easy. The P. E. Trudeau International Airport in Montreal is located 25 kilometres west of the city, and is accessible by taxi, limousine, or L'Aerobus which runs between the city centre and the airport every 30 minutes, and is free for in-transit passengers if your connecting flight is in less than 15 hours.

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The airport is wheelchair friendly and offers a wide range of conveniences including telephone and Wi-Fi access, with foreign exchange counters, ATM cash machines and other amenities located throughout. VIP lounges are available, and the Montreal Airport Hilton Hotel hosts business and conferencing facilities for up to 600 delegates.

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What forms of transport are available for getting around Montreal?

With around 30 kilometres of underground walkways in Montreal, it is easy to explore the city, either by foot (if you don't mind the exercise), or via the metro rail system or the bus services which are linked to the underground pedestrian network.

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Montreal's slogan regarding public transport is good advice ‚'It's smarter to take the bus/metro'. Parking in Montreal can be tricky, so if you're just visiting, hail a taxi, or use the underground walkways as they link up to public transport and major tourism sites, have many shopping and dining options, and are easy to navigate.

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So, what should I see and do? What attractions does Montreal offer?

Old Montreal's historical charm is yours to explore, and the best way to see it all is to take a 90-minute guided walking tour. The tours depart from outside the Notre-Dame Basilica boutique, though you'll need a reservation. For the brave of heart, a night-time guided ghost walk is available, and is a most fascinating and educational insight into the rich history of this quarter.

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Montreal is a city of cathedrals, and the architecture alone is worth the day out to see them. The most famous is the Basilique Notre-Dame-de-Montreal, well known for its grand architecture, and there are several others to visit in various quarters of the city.

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I've heard the shopping and nightlife in Montreal is world class. Is it true?

Absolutely! The shopping options in Montreal are numerous, but you'll want to start downtown. This busy district has everything you'd expect to find in the middle of a city, with fashion, food and entertainment shops, restaurants, cafes, theatres, cinemas and department stores. The Atwater Markets located near the Lachine canal have gourmet food galore, and the Marche Bonsecours on St. Paul Street East is a showcase for artisans, artists and designers, and comes highly recommended.

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The Underground Pedestrian Network houses hundreds of shops, and your flight to Montreal will be incomplete without an afternoon or evening wander. Particularly in winter, as it's a warm haven from the cold outside!

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On Arrival...
  • Montreal is 25 mi from Montreal-Mirabel Intl Airport (Montreal, Canada).
  • Montreal-Mirabel Intl Airport (Montreal, Canada)
    • Every week, at least 1 domestic flight depart from Montreal-Mirabel Intl Airport.
  • Montreal is 136 mi from Quebec Airport (Quebec, Canada).
  • Quebec Airport (Quebec, Canada)
    • Right now, 28 airlines operate out of Quebec Airport.
    • Quebec Airport offers nonstop flights to 19 cities.
    • Every week, at least 304 domestic flights and 42 international flights depart from Quebec Airport.
  • Montreal is 9 mi from Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl Airport (Montreal, Canada).
  • Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl Airport (Montreal, Canada)
    • Right now, 71 airlines operate out of Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl Airport.
    • Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 108 cities.
    • Every week, at least 1,172 domestic flights and 1,606 international flights depart from Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl Airport.
  • Montreal is 6 mi from Montreal Saint-Hubert Longueuil Airport (Montreal, Canada).
  • Montreal Saint-Hubert Longueuil Airport (Montreal, Canada)
    • Montreal Saint-Hubert Longueuil Airport offers nonstop flights to 3 cities.
    • Every week, at least 14 domestic flights depart from Montreal Saint-Hubert Longueuil Airport.
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