The Quebec City public transportation network is called the RTC (Reseau de Transport de la Capitale). Its mission is to enable citizens and visitors to enjoy the city at its best using public transportation.
The whole cultural life of Quebec City is served by the RTC. The organization contributes to the success of many special events that punctuate the life of the capital.The Best Western PLUS Downtown Quebec is located right next to an important city bus transit terminal named Place Jacques-Cartier. This strategic location allows our guests to have easy access to all the attractions of the city and its surroundings. Leaving from our hotel, you have a direct access to the Convention Center, the Cruise Terminal, Laurier Quebec shopping mall, the Abraham Park, the Ice Hotel and many more!
Here are the routes most commonly used by our guests. Please, be aware that multiple rates are available. One way trip would cost you 3,50$, payable directly to the bus driver, an unlimited day would cost you 8,25$+ taxes, a 2 days pass (week-end) would be 15$ and a 5 consecutive days unlimited pass would be 21.50$ + taxes, all purchasable in a local pharmacy.
To get in the Old Quebec City, to the Convention Center, the Parliament Hill, the Abraham Plains or the Laurier Quebec shopping mall, the 800 and 801 busses are the simplest solutions.
To reach the Old Port of Quebec City, the Cruise Terminal or the Quartier Petit-Champlain, the bus-1 is fast and cheap!
The “Ecolobus”, a 100% electric bus, is also a great way to discover the old city. At a cost of 2$ per transportation, you can easily visit Quebec City and its wonders!
Do not hesitate to request any help from our staff for your public transportation itineraries.