Flights Montreal, Canada land at Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL), so that's where you'll arrive as you begin to experience Canada's biggest French-speaking city. The city is a combination of old and new; it's a town where cobblestones meet soaring skyscrapers, and narrow lanes meet modern cars. Upon arrival in the vibrant city, you might want to take a horse-drawn carriage ride down the buzzing harbor front and then disembark to browse the numerous funky fashion boutiques. Soon you will probably build up an appetite and need to refuel -- luckily Montreal boasts one of North America's most exciting foodie scenes. The city has more eateries per head than any other city in North America. There is a restaurant to cater to whatever your palate craves, from dim sum to squid.
Transportation from YUL
If you search hotels near Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, you'll find a good range of places to suit every budget. It makes sense to stay near the airport, especially if you have a late night or early morning arrival or departure in the city. If you opt to go directly into the city, there are four regular bus lines that operate seven days a week. The buses leave from the airport terminal. Montreal-Trudeau 747 operates a shuttle service that leaves the airport terminal and travels to the downtown bus terminal. There are also car rental kiosks at the airport and taxis readily available for hire.
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