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Directions


Where to find us



Visitors – Directions to the Welcome Centre (SGW)


Airport details

Flights arrive at the Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (also known as YUL), 22 kilometres west of downtown.

Taxi (from the airport)

Taxi fare to downtown is approximately $40, payable by cash or credit card. The Welcome Centre is at the corner of De Maisonneuve West and Bishop. The full address is 1400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.

By public transportation (from the airport)

The 747 bus runs 24 hours a day between the airport and downtown Montreal. Airport and the Berri-UQAM metro station near downtown Montreal. One-way cash fare is $10 payable in Canadian coins or by fare card, which you can buy at the airport’s international arrivals exit.

The 747 bus stops at two different metro stations that will connect you to Concordia: 

  • If you get off the bus at Lionel-Groulx metro station: take the green line heading east (direction Honoré-Beaugrand)
  • If you get off the bus at Berri-UQAM metro station: take the green line heading west (direction Angrignon)

Get off the metro at Guy-Concordia station, and take the Guy Street (rue Guy) exit. Follow the signs to the Welcome Centre, in the J.W. McConnell (LB) Building.

See the metro network map


By train

If you’re travelling to Montreal from Ottawa, Toronto or beyond, consider taking the train. You’ll arrive in Montreal at Gare Centrale, which is a 20-minute walk from the Welcome Centre, or an eight-minute cab ride.

You can also take the metro to Concordia from the Gare Centrale train station:

  • Start at Bonaventure metro station on the orange line heading west (direction Côte-Vertu)
  • At Lionel-Groulx station, transfer to the green line heading east (direction Honoré-Beaugrand)
  • Disembark at Guy-Concordia station

See the metro network map


By car

Your destination is 1400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.

Metered street parking is available throughout the downtown core. You’ll find a public underground parking lot in the J.W. McConnell (LB) Building. Enter the lot off Mackay (a one-way street heading south).


By metro

The university has its very own metro stop, Guy-Concordia on the green line. Use the Guy Street (rue Guy) exit. A tunnel links the metro station with most of the buildings on campus. The Welcome Centre is on the first floor of the J.W. McConnell (LB) Building.

See the metro network map


By bike

Designated spots to lock up your bike are plentiful and the De Maisonneuve bike path runs right past the Welcome Centre.

You can also take a Bixi. You’ll find a Bixi docking station outside the Mackay entrance to the J.W. McConnell (LB) Building.



Visitors – Directions to the Loyola Campus (LOY)


Airport details

Flights arrive at the Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (also known as YUL), about 11 kilometers west of the Loyola campus.

Taxi (from the airport)

Taxi fare to downtown is approximately $40, payable by cash or credit card.

Destination address: 7141 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, H4B 1R6

By public transportation (from the airport)

  1. Take the “Montreal Centre-Ville” 747 Express bus. The 747 bus runs 24 hours a day between the airport and downtown Montreal. One-way cash fare is $10 payable in Canadian coins or by fare card, which you can buy at the airport’s international arrivals exit.
  2. Get off at the Lionel-Groulx metro stop and enter the metro station.
  3. Take the orange line train, direction Côte-Vertu
  4. Get off at the second stop – Vendôme – and exit the station
  5. Take the 105 bus going west
  6. Get off at the 15th stop at Sherbrooke and Université Concordia – Campus Loyola. The stop faces the Loyola campus.

By metro

There are 3 metro stations with buses that will take you directly to the Loyola Campus under 30 minutes:

  1. From Vendôme station: take the 105 bus going West (schedule)
  2. From Villa Maria station: take the 162 bus going West (schedule)
  3. From Snowdon station: take the 51 bus going West (schedule)

See the metro network map


By train

If you’re travelling to Montreal from Ottawa, Toronto or beyond, consider taking the train. You’ll arrive in Montreal at the Gare Centrale train station. The Gare Centrale is connected to the Bonaventure metro station, via the underground.

To get to the Loyola campus from the Gare Centrale through the metro:

  1. Follow the underground path to the Bonaventure metro station.
  2. Take the metro at Bonaventure – direction Côte-Vertu
  3. Get off at Vendôme station (5th stop)
  4. Exit Vendome station and get on the 105 bus going west
  5. Get off on the 15th stop at Sherbrooke and Université Concordia – Campus Loyola

By car

Your destination is 7141 Sherbrooke Street W., H4B 1R6

Outdoor parking details are available here.


By bike

If you’re around the downtown area, you can take a Bixi to Loyola. Here’s a map of Bixi stations.



Accommodations

See our list of suggested hotels close to Concordia. Make sure to mention you are coming to visit Concordia and inquire about a discount.


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