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Montreal holidays - Cultural, hospitable and lively
Mixing North American and European influences, Montreal is an entertaining city playing host to culture, scenery and a friendly atmosphere. With restaurants, museums and art galleries in abundance, it’s great for culture-filled holidays where you won’t be short of enjoyable activities. Everything from the city’s blend of ultra-modern and classical architecture to its wealth of stylish attractions, holidays to Montreal enjoy an amazing mix of old and new.
Enjoy fascinating attractions and an innovative food and drinks scene
Montreal, Quebec balances the charm of a European and North American city while simultaneously creating something unique. At night, it sizzles with exciting restaurants, music events and nightlife.
Montreal holidays are possible all year round whether you come for the charm of Old Montreal, the cosmopolitan attractions of the downtown district, the uniquely French style of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, the green parks of Plataeu Mont-Royal or Mount Royal.
Things to do in Montreal
Montreal includes some fantastic family attractions such as; Botanical Garden, the Biodôme de Montreal, the Montreal Science Centre, the Montreal Insectarium, La Ronde (a Six Flags theme park), the Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History and the Montreal Canadiens Hall of Fame. A great way to get to grips with the city is a guided walking tour, or for something very different, a ghost tour of Old Montreal. For couples visiting the city, the Casino de Montreal is an entertaining evening with restaurants, a performance hall and gaming tables.
- Quays of the Old Port
- Botanical Garden
- Biodôme de Montreal
- Montreal Science Centre
- Montreal Insectarium
- La Ronde ( a Six Flags theme park)
- Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History
- Montreal Canadiens Hall of Fame
- Place D’Armes
- Casino De Montreal
When to go to Montreal
Montreal enjoys summer highs of around 26.2°C in July and winter lows of around -14.7°C in January.