Practical Information

The more you plan ahead, the more restful your vacation. But don’t worry: We’ve done all the work. All the key information for an unforgettable, stress-free stay is right here at your fingertips.

How do I contact emergency services?

911 is the number to call province-wide to reach first respondents in case of emergency.

Getting here

By electric car

You’ll find the region’s multiple public charging stations on this map.
Electric Circuit

By bus

Many companies offer easy and quick service to the Eastern Townships:
Autobus La Québécoise
Limocar
Greyhound (U.S.A-Montréal)

By train

If you’re travelling from another Canadian province, you can take the train to Montreal.
Via Rail Canada

Spend the day in a National Park

Staying in Montreal but want to spend a day in an Eastern Townships national park? Hop onboard Nana, a “nature shuttle” that offers return trip to Coaticook’s De La Gorge National Park, Yamaska National Park and Mont-Orford National Park.
www.navettenature.com

By airplane

Montréal-Trudeau Airport (YUL) is about one hundred kms from the Eastern Townships. Across the border, Burlington Airport (BTV) is about 140 kms away.

Guide and maps

View our guide and, maps online or order your free copies.

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Our welcome and travel information offices

Frelighsburg Tourism Office
La Patrie Tourist Information Relay
MRC des Sources regional Tourism Center
The Vieille Gare du Papier Tourism Office and the Haut-Saint-François Chamber of commerce premises
North Hatley Tourism Office
Eastman Tourism Office
Eastern Townships Tourism Office
Lambton Tourism Office
Sherbrooke Tourism Office
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