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Travel guide Boston–Montreal


What train companies operate the route from Boston to Montreal?

This route is operated by Amtrak, via their Northeast Regional and Adirondack services.

What is the schedule for the train route from Boston to Montreal?

Trains depart once per day at 9:30 PM.

What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from Boston to Montreal?

Trains depart from Boston’s South Station and arrive at Montreal Central Station.

What distance is the train route from Boston to Montreal?

The overall distance traveled by rail between Boston and Montreal is approximately 550 miles.

How long does it take to travel from Boston to Montreal by train?

The expected travel time is 21 hours 41 minutes.

What are the stops on the train route from Boston to Montreal?

After leaving Boston, stops along the journey include Back Bay Station, Westwood Station, Providence Station, West Kingston Station, Westerly Station, Mystic Station, New London Station, Old Saybrook Station, New Haven Station, Stamford Station, Pennsylvania Station (transfer point), Yonkers Station, Croton-on-Hudson Station, Poughkeepsie Station, Rhinecliff, Hudson Station, Albany-Rensselaer Station, Schenectady Station, Saratoga Springs Station, Fort Edward Station, Amtrak Whitehall Station, Ticonderoga Station, Port Henry Station, Westport Station, Plattsburgh Station, Rouses Point Station, and Saint-Lambert Station.

Why should you travel by train from Boston to Montreal?

Traveling by train is convenient for those who don’t wish to drive or fly. The scenery along the route through upstate New York is quite pleasant.

What is there to see and do in Montreal?

In Montreal, visitors can take a horse and buggy ride down old cobblestone streets through the historic Old Montreal. Notable attractions include the Old Port of Montreal, the Bonsecours Market, the Notre-Dame de Montreal Basilica, and the Montreal Science Center. There are many French-cuisine restaurants. Visitors can also take a boat trip on the St. Lawrence River.