Introducing Montreal

Montreal is the second largest city in Canada, located in the Province of Quebec. It’s known to many as the city of festivals, hosting festivals for everything from film and street art to jazz and comedy. And with more than 60% of the residents being French speakers, there’s a chic European vibe to the city’s art, music, food and culture. Unlike anywhere else in the world, this charming city destination fuses together the very best elements of so many worlds and the multi-cultural blood creates a certain type of dynamism that is often reflected in its Quebecois cuisine. For families, groups or couples, there are many attractions too including walking trails and parks, churches and architecture, museums and shopping – there really is something for everybody. If you’ve exhausted the sights, just walk around the neighbourhoods to soak up the local culture – Montreal has Gallic charm, North American tenacity, and European elements that form a truly unique destination!

Highlights of Montreal

Underground City
Enter the strange world of Montreal’s Underground City, a network of interconnected office towers, hotels and shopping centres all located underground!
Old Montreal
Take a walk around the incredible Old Montreal, the oldest neighbourhood in the city with some remains dating back to New France.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
A great place for culture vultures and art lovers, this is Montreal’s largest museum.
Notre-Dame Basilica
A must-see sight located on the corner of Saint Sulpice Street, which dates all the way back to the 1800s.

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