Montreal - where nature, culture, festivities and delicious cuisine meet.

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5 good reasons to go to Montreal

Nature in the city
Nature in the city
Montreal abounds with luscious green spaces. The Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood boasts the spectacular botanical gardens, while the nearby Biodome is home to wild flora and fauna from the entire American continent. Pop over to the Notre-Dame and Sainte-Hélène islands as well as the Jean-Drapeau Park while you're here.
Marvel at Montreal's breath-taking heritage
Marvel at Montreal's breath-taking heritage
This major Quebec city is a patchwork of diverse neighbourhoods and extraordinary monuments. Head to Montreal's old town and old port district, explore the trendy Village and Mile-End neighbourhoods, the city centre with its sky-scrapers and underground passageways and the Sainte-Catherine high street. Soak up the unique atmosphere you'll find in every different area.
Try your hand at exhilarating activities
Try your hand at exhilarating activities
Whatever the season, Montreal and the surrounding region always have something different for you to try. In the summer, head to the Saute-Moutons and jet-boat your way down the Saint Lawrence River. Come winter, hop aboard a dog-sled and glide your way through the ethereal snow-capped landscape!
A city overflowing with festive cheer
A city overflowing with festive cheer
Montreal locals are never bored. Make like a local and catch one of the many events the city puts on. The FrancoFolies, the jazz festivals, Mural and Juste Pour Rire draw in crowds of revellers and culture vultures. The summertime International des Feux Loto-Québec festival illuminates the skies in a magical firework competition you won’t forget in a hurry.
Spectacular views
Spectacular views
Take to Montreal's heights for some incredible views, starting with the Plateau-Mont-Royal. This chilled out, trendy district is home to the relaxed Lafontaine park, where you'll be treated to a jaw-dropping view of the entire city. Ride Montreal's funicular to the top of the leaning tower at the Olympic Stadium for yet more dazzling views.

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Culture and history

In the heart of Old Montreal

In the heart of Old Montreal

The vast majority of the city's historic buildings are clustered around Old Montreal. Saunter down the streets and take in the incredibly well-preserved 17th- and 18th-century buildings,  marvel at the Place Jacques-Cartier and Place d’Armes, and step inside the Château Ramezay and the Notre-Dame basilica, a neo-Gothic building decorated with gilded embellishment.

Revisit the 18th century at the Château Ramezay

Built in 1705, the Château Ramezay awaits in Montreal's old town. This historic monument is one of the city's oldest museums, an opulent mansion where costumed guides are on hand to lead you back in time. An exhibition illustrates Canadian history from the settler period to the present day. Truly fascinating. The Nouvelle-France garden is a wonderful place to wander and stroll.

A spectacular oratory

A spectacular oratory

The dome that crowns Saint Joseph's Oratory is an iconic part of Montreal's skyline, perched on top of Mont Royal and visible from the bottom of the hill. Built at the turn of the 20th century, this stunning monument is a gorgeous example of Renaissance-era architecture on the outside, while boasting a highly contemporary décor on the inside. This contrast in styles never fails to enchant all those who step through its doors. After exploring the basilica, head out into the gardens to take in the view.


A trip to Jean-Talon market

A trip to Jean-Talon market

Visitors with their heart set on sampling premium local produce owe it to themselves to stop off at Jean-Talon market. Tucked away in the Little Italy district, the stall-holders here display their wares, from fish and vegetables to meat delicacies and more. The market is the perfect place to pick up a snack, and food stalls are on hand to treat foodies to takeaways with a Canadian twist.

Get your blood pumping at La Ronde

You might not know it, but a flight to Montreal is synonymous with thrills, adrenaline rushes and all the fun of the fair at La Ronde! The Jean-Drapeau park (Sainte-Hélène island) is crammed full of rides for visitors of all ages to enjoy, with a line-up of dazzling shows to boot.


Iconic poutine

Iconic poutine

Poutine is a religion in Montreal, and it'd be a crime to leave without trying some for yourself. Poutine is a serving of chips with cheese curds (generally cheddar) and gravy. There's a poutine to suit all palates and preferences, as different varieties (topped with chicken, sausage, anything you can think of!) are available too.

Smoked meat sandwiches

Whether you like your sandwiches made with traditional bread or bagels, embrace your inner local and order yours with a smoked meat filling. This Canadian classic is a Montreal staple, and legend has it that you'll find the best at Schwartz's. Pick your bread and sauce and order to go!

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-6h GMT


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5516 km

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16°C (max 23°C)


17°C (max 25°C)


0°C (max 12°C)


-10°C (max 0°C)

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