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Transporte local

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Arrival at the airport

On August 8th from 09:00-0:00, there will be a "Wikimania Welcome Desk" at the international arrivals hall at the airport. They will be able to point you in the right direction for transportation as well as answer questions about Montréal. If you arrive in the domestic arrivals hall and would like to visit the Welcome Desk, simply walk to the other end of the terminal (arrivals level) 2 minutes away. The distance between the two arrival halls is a 1 minute walk (0.11 miles).

Airport transfer

Hay dos maneras sencillas de llegar al centro de Montreal desde el aeropuerto: a través de un taxi por un precio fijo de CAD 40 (approx. USD 31 / € 29 / £ 25) o tomar el autobús público número 747 (STM) por CAD 10 (approx. USD 8 / € 8 / £ 7). El autobús 747 sale cada diez minutos, y tiene una parada directamente en frente de la sede.

Metro and public transit

La ciudad de Montreal está bastante cubierta por una extensa red de carreteras y transporte público. El transporte público en Montreal está cubierto por la Société de transport de Montréal (STM) que opera los autobuses y trenes de metro. Para quienes vivan en los suburbios, una organización más grande denominada la Agence Métropolitaine de Transport (ATM) dirige y opera los trenes sobre la superficie.

The tickets for the subway are sold through automated kiosks or in person. You can get a OPUS RFID card for simplified public transit, or a tourist pass for 3 or 4 days.

The subway is open from 5:30 AM daily and closes between 00:35 and 01:30.

Taxi and Uber

Taxi services are reliable, well-regulated and widespread throughout Montréal. In addition to regular app-accessible commercial taxi companies such as Taxi Coop and Taxi Diamond, the downtown area around the venue is serviced by eco-friendly and affordable service TéoTaxi. Uber services are also active and highly popular with both riders and drivers in Montréal. Taxis are available for a fixed price of CAD $40 (approx. USD 31 / € 29 / £ 25) Plan for an approx. 30 minutes travel time.

Bixi Public bikes

Las bicicletas de alquiler público Bixi están disponibles por toda la ciudad.

Para quienes prefieren tener una bicicleta, Montreal tiene un sistema de alquiler de bici público (BIXI) con precios extremadamente razonables, el cual beneficiará quienes prefieren evitar el tráfico en horas pico.


There is some paid parking available at Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel.

The indoor parking facility at the hotel has space for over 500 cars - including six dedicated Smart car spaces and two EV (Electric Vehicle) charging stations. Motorcycle parking is charged at the same rate as car parking, while bicycle parking is complimentary.

Day guest parking is available for the following fees:

  • Between 6am and 6pm, guests enjoy our competitive rate of $17 CAD.
  • After 9am, a fee of $4 CAD per 20 minute increment applies - up to $25 CAD.
  • Smart Car parking is $7 CAD for a maximum of 24 hours.

Nightly fees include taxes:

  • Self-parking 24 hours - CAD $25 (max height – 5 feet 8 inches)
  • Valet Parking 24 hours - CAD $34 (max height – 6 feet)

Parking entrance maximum height: 6 feet (includes car rooftop accessories, ex: racks, carriers).

Within proximity to the hotel, exterior and interior parking options are available to accommodate larger vehicles. We recommend you call the hotel directly for additional details.