Cheap Trains from Toronto to Montreal

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$158
outward: Jul 26, 2018
direct (4h27m)
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inbound: Aug 3, 2018
direct (4h31m)
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$160
outward: Jun 12, 2018
direct (4h30m)
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inbound: Jun 16, 2018
direct (4h31m)
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$163
outward: Jul 6, 2018
direct (4h30m)
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inbound: Jul 9, 2018
direct (4h29m)
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$166
outward: Jun 25, 2018
direct (4h38m)
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inbound: Jun 28, 2018
direct (4h29m)
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Travel guide Toronto–Montreal

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What train companies operate the route from Toronto to Montreal?

Trains are operated by either Rail Canada’s MT-TR on some full routes, or jointly by Rail Canada’s OT-TR and MT-OT on other routes, with OT-TR providing service to Ottawa and MT-OT between Ottawa and Montreal.

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

Departure times range from 6:40 AM to 6:40 PM, with trains leaving around every 1 to 2.5 hours.

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

Trains depart from Toronto’s Union Station and arrive at Montreal Central Station.

How long is the train route from Toronto to Montreal?

The distance between Toronto and Montreal is roughly 325 miles.

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

Travel times depend on the departure time and route, with some routes taking 5 hours 17 minutes and other routes taking 6 hours 57 minutes.

What are the stops on the train journey from Toronto to Montreal?

On the MT-TR route, intermediate stops include Guildwood, Oshawa, Cobourg Train Station - VIA Rail, Belleville, Kingston, Cornwall, and Dorval. On the OT-TR/MT-OT route, stops are different and include Guildwood, Oshawa, Cobourg Train Station - VIA Rail, Belleville, Kingston, Brockville, Smiths Falls, Fallowfield, Ottawa Station, Casselman, Alexandria, and Dorval.

Why should you travel by train from Toronto to Montreal?

Trains from Toronto to Montreal can be bought for only $75 in some cases, with is cheaper than airfare. The duration of the trip is very manageable.

What is there to see and do in Montreal?

With a metropolitan population of around 3.8 million people, there are many things happening in Montreal. Montreal has a robust French culture (and language). Visitors often frequent Old Montreal and Mount Royal, where they can enjoy taking photos of the interesting architecture. Montreal is also home of the Montreal International Jazz Festival.