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© Train de Charlevoix, Caroline Perron
Charlevoix is a safe and easily accessible destination. You will find all the equipment and installations required to hold an efficient meeting and in a post card-like decor. If all roads lead to Rome, those leading to Charlevoix stay the course when looking for breathtaking scenery.
Charlevoix is at a 1,5-hour drive East from YQB (Québec City’s Airport acronym). Car rentals are available and regular shuttling will take you downtown where buses or the train will easily take you to Charlevoix. Porter offers direct flights from Billy Bishop Airport in Toronto (YTZ) and Air Canada offers non-stop flights from Toronto Pearson (YYZ).
In the summer, the Train de Charlevoix links Québec City to Charlevoix in little more than two hours. Alongside the St. Lawrence over 125 km, you will discover fascinating scenery between river and mountain toward the Massif de Charlevoix, Baie-Saint-Paul and La Malbaie. Boarding is at the Gare du Parc-de-la-Chute-Montmorency, less than 10 km from downtown Québec City.
Driving to Charlevoix? Most of the highways from Ottawa, Toronto and Montréal lead to Québec City in no time. From there, take Route 138 and hit the Mountain Road between Petite-Rivière-Saint-François and Tadoussac, to the Easternmost area of Charlevoix. The scenery is breathtaking, between river and mountains.