Montreal Vacations

Canada's second largest city is also second to Paris for the world's largest French-speaking population, but bilingual Montreal makes perfect sense. Of its four universities, two instruct in English and two in French. Sip coffee at an elegant cafe on a cobblestone street in Old Montreal or check out a …

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Things to see and do in Montreal

christine592 | FlickrOld Montreal
Old Montreal
abdallahh | FlickrMount Royal Park
Mount Royal Park
Jean L | Trip by SkyscannerNotre-Dame Basilica
Notre-Dame Basilica
Karen | Trip by SkyscannerMontréal Botanical Garden
Montréal Botanical Garden
Daniela Pavlova | Trip by SkyscannerOld Port of Montreal (Vieux-Port)
Old Port of Montreal (Vieux-Port)
Smudge 9000 | FlickrMontreal Biodome
Montreal Biodome
Gevorg Gevorgyan | Trip by SkyscannerChinatown
rlonpine | FlickrOlympic Stadium
Olympic Stadium
Frances Nguyen Ha | Trip by SkyscannerRue Ste. Catherine
Rue Ste. Catherine
Paul Lowry | FlickrUnderground City
Underground City

Reviews of Montreal

Didier F.
Didier F.

I was positively surprised by the beauty of Montreal. Initially I went to visit some family, but ended up falling in love with the city. It has so much to offer, be it for art lovers, foodies, or outdoors lovers. Most importantly I appreciated the layed back people, so welcoming and empathetic. I would definitely revisit now that I know my bearings in the city.

William Pilgrim
William Pilgrim

love the local french culture, great restaurant for an amazing price. Love the "vieux Montreal" and the "Mont Royal" park.

Tyson Bramer
Tyson BramerLos Angeles, California, USA

A city with so much to offer in both culture and entertainment. With a great nightlife, fantastic history and world-class food, you will certainly find yourself immersed in a different world, all while in Canada.

Jason Wong
Jason WongLos Angeles

A unique blend of Paris and NYC. Great bagels, poutine, shopping, and cobblestone old town!

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