How to get here
By inter-city bus
Travel to the FIS Cross-Country World Cup Finals in style with Orléans Express, Quebec’s premier inter-city bus operator. Orléans Express buses feature comfortable, spacious leather seats and free onboard Wi-Fi. Want to leave the smallest environmental footprint? Take the bus.
Book your tickets here.
By public transit
Several RTC city bus routes serve the area of Quebec City where the FIS Cross-Country World Cup Finals are taking place, including the popular routes 7, 800 and 801.
See the RTC website to find out which route is most convenient for you.
Drivers can access the site via Grande-Allée or Honoré-Mercier Avenue.
Coming to Quebec City by car? Don’t drive alone! Keep things free and easy by posting your trip on ridesharing site Amigo Express!
This online and mobile ride-sharing platform is a simple, effective solution. Amigo Express connects drivers and passengers across Quebec and the rest of Canada to promote an affordable, environmentally responsible and safe way to travel.
* Parking is available on Wilfrid Laurier Street, at Place d’Youville and below the Marie-Guyart Building.
Official hotel: Hilton Quebec
The Hilton Quebec is a sophisticated modern hotel with impressive views over Quebec City. With its central location by the old city walls, it’s the ideal spot just a stone’s throw from the action at the FIS Cross Country World Cup Finals.
Rates starting at $139
Sightseeing in Quebec City
- Observatoire de la Capitale
- Fortifications of Québec National Historic Site
- Plains of Abraham
- Place D’Youville Ice Rink
- Dufferin Terrace Toboggan Slide
- Montmorency Falls