Montréal, accessible city

An international destination of choice, Montréal is easily accessed by land, water and air. Downtown is a mere 20 minutes from the Pierre-Elliott Trudeau International Airport, which handles some 600 flights daily.

Public transit is not only affordable; it’s also a great way to get around the city. Quick, safe and clean, the metro connects downtown and its hotels to major tourism attractions, as well as to numerous bus stops and train stations. In addition, cycling enthusiasts enjoy 450 kilometres of bicycle paths, many of which lead to major tourist areas.

Source : Tourisme Montréal


The Olympic Stadium is located at 4545 Pierre-De Coubertin Avenue, Montreal, (Québec) H1V 3N7. It is easily accessible by car or metro.

Getting here by metro

The Stadium is accessible via an underground corridor from the Pie-IX Metro station (green line).

Getting here by car

With almost 4,000 indoor parking spaces, and another 270 outdoor spaces, the Olympic Stadium parking lot is among the largest in Canada, making it really convenient for visitors getting here by car.

Access for visitors with reduced mobility
The Olympic Stadium, the Tower, and the Sports Centre are easily accessible for visitors with reduced mobility. The facilities are also adapted for wheelchair users.


STM (Montreal Public Transit): helpful info


The metro stops at a station every 3 minutes during the week and every 6 minutes during the weekend. The first metro leaves at 5:30 a.m. and the last at 0:35 a.m. during the week and on Sunday; on Saturday the last metro is at 1:00 a.m. Night buses take over at midnight.


Many attractions including the Olympic Park are accessible from the Metro Green Line.  Allow enough time when planning your itinerary to avoid being late for your competitions.