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895 Rue de la Gauchetiere O Montreal QC Train Station Schedules & Tickets

895 Rue de la Gauchetiere Ouest, QC, Canada
Montreal, QC H3B 4G1

895 Rue de la Gauchetiere O Montreal QC Train Station Schedules & Tickets

895 Rue de la Gauchetiere Ouest, QC, Canada
Montreal, QC H3B 4G1 Canada

About 895 Rue de la Gauchetiere O

Montreal Gare Centrale Station

Montreal’s Gare Centrale Station is the main train station of Montreal. It is the second busiest rail station in all of Canada, and millions of people use it every year. Montreal Gare Central is part of the underground city in Montreal which consists of pedestrian tunnels lined with shops are restaurants.


Montreal Gare Centrale Transportation Options

VIA Rail the national train service of Canada offers train routes from Gare Centrale Station to destinations throughout Canada including Toronto, Québec City, Halifax, and Vancouver. Alternatively, you can travel on Amtrak the national train service of the US, connecting Montreal with train routes to cities in the US. The Adirondack Amtrak train offers train schedules to cities including to Plattsburgh, Albany, and New York City.

The Montreal public transit system - STM offers both metro and bus options to get around the city of Montreal. You can use this public transportation to see many of the attractions Montreal has to offer.


If you want to head out into the suburbs, Montreal has light rail commuter trains - AMT that branch out in 5 different directions.


Montreal is a great pedestrian city, if you prefer to walk around.


Montreal Gare Centrale Station Amenities

The Montreal Gare Centrale train station is part of Montreal’s underground city which was built to connect you to anything you might need without having to step foot outside.  This especially comes in handy in the cold winter months in Montreal, and there is an entire complex of shopping and restaurant options inside while you’re visiting.


The Gare Central train station is also equipped with free WiFi, a baggage room to hold your luggage, car rental counters, and even a bank. 

If you’re planning on staying in the area, finding a hotel couldn’t be easier as there are a few of them linked to the underground city as well.

The station is open Monday-Sunday from 4:30am- 12:30am.


Nearby Attractions to Montreal Gare Centrale

The area of Old Montreal is one of the biggest draws to visitors in town.  Take a stroll down Rue Saint-Paul and you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to a European city with the cobblestone streets, quaint shops and cafes, gas lamps, and stunning architecture.  You can start your day relaxing in a little café.  Olive et Gourmando is a perfect cafe for a great cup of coffee and a delicious meal or a snack. In the center of Old Montreal, you will also find Notre Dame Basilica.  It’s definitely worth a visit inside to admire the grand Gothic Revival architecture, dazzling combination of blue and gold used throughout, and the stained glass windows depicting religious events throughout history.  To access the area by metro, take the Orange line to Place d’Armes Station, exit on Saint- Urbaine St and walk uphill towards Place D’Armes Square.


Experience Montreal as a local and head to the Atwater Public Market.  It is located inside one of the most beautiful buildings in the city.  While the market is known for its many butchers and delicious pastries, you will also find stands filled with fresh produce from local farmers and fine cheeses from around the area.  The market is open year round seven days a week starting at 7am, located on the corner of Notre-Dame and Atwater.  Grab some lunch here and have a picnic in a park.


The best park in Montreal is definitely Mont Royal Park.  This 200-hectare park includes the highest point in Montreal, with a great lookout to see the the whole city of Montreal below you.  The park is also a fantastic place for a picnic or a walk around a beautiful lake (which you can ice skate on in the winter).  Do yourself a favor and come back at nighttime to experience some gorgeous views of the city when it’s all lit up.  To get here, you simply need to start walking up any hill downtown and you’ll eventually find yourself there.


The Montreal Science Center is a great choice for a museum while you’re in the city.  Here you’ll find the Human exhibit to see how the human body has transformed since early evolution, an amazing Dinosaur exhibit featuring 16 full size dinosaurs and 20 fossils, and an excellent children’s area.  The Science Center is located in Old Port at the bottom of St. Laurent Blvd.



About Montreal, QC

The most populous city in Quebec, Montreal is also the second largest primarily French-speaking city in the world, after Paris. Besides being home to the Montreal International Jazz Festival, the largest jazz festival in the world, Montreal has a lot of sightseeing landmarks that you must check out while you’re in town.

895 Rue de la Gauchetiere O Trains

  • VIA Rail is the national rail road carrier in Canada with frequent train service in most provinces and major Canadian cities including Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Vancouver.

  • Amtrak is USA's premier train carrier. Serving both the coasts as well as taking travelers from east to west and back, amtrak is both a convenient and comfortable way to travel.