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Welcome in Chaudière-Appalaches! The diversity of this region will astonish you. Come discover its numerous aspects, from the mountains to the river landscapes to the luxuriant forests. It has everything to please you. Hope to see you soon!


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Practical column

Welcome, here is some usefull information for travelling, staying over or phoning in the Chaudiere-Appalaches region

Access modes:
 

Historically, the St-Lawrence river has always been the privileged doorway to the North-American continent. Beyond this natural route, we can now count on an international airport, some railways and an important road network that links the Chaudiere-Appalaches region to the rest of the province, the continent and finally the rest of the world.

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How to call in Chaudière-Appalaches

For long distance calls:
1) International Code of the country(Canada) 1 ou 01
2) Code for the Chaudière-Appalaches region: 418
3) Code for the Québec region: 418
4) Code for the Montréal region: 514
5) Telephone number of your party (7 numbers)


A Thousand ways to get around in Chaudière-Appalaches.


For smaller budgets
It is possible to rent bicycles and scooters.

The bus service (public transit) operates very well (average of 30 to 60 minutes of waiting time between buses). They can be recognized by their blue bands on a white background and by their STRSQ (Société de Transport de la Rive-Sud Québec) logo. Timetables and tickets are avalaible in every bus and in many variety stores.

For average and larger budgets
The most fortunate can take advantage of limousine services or may use taxis.

For everyone
Many cruises are offered on the St-Lawrence river.


Money ( Currency exchange rate)


The legal tender is the canadian dollar, divided in 100 cents. One cent is called here «a sous».


Climate (Daily weather)

Continental and humid in springtime as well as summer. Bring along an extra garment for fresh evenings and windy days.

Tourism office

By telephone: +1 (418) 831-4411
By fax: +1 (418) 831-8442

You can get a tourist guide by phoning.

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