If you’ve been struggling to save for that European trip, remember that cafes and fresh croissants can be found in our own backyard. Canada has its own little bit of heaven in Montreal, QC.
The City of Saints begins to feel a lot more like Sin City when you're searching for a place to grab a drink after a long day of sightseeing. As the second most populous city in Canada, Montreal is home to so many bars and eateries it can be difficult for visitors to find those laid-back, hole-in-the-wall establishments where the locals hang.
Montreal wows its visitors in all seasons, but the French-speaking city is more colourful than ever in fall. In addition to the brightly-colored leaves of the city's trees in autumn, Montreal comes to life with fall festivals, vibrant nightlife, bountiful public markets and so much more. There are some things you can only do in the cobblestoned island city in fall, and these five are the best of the best.
Picture this. You've just begun your vacation in the beautiful city of Montreal. The sights, the sounds, and, of course, the food -- it's hard not to feel enamoured. What's more, you've also discovered that delicious cocktails go REALLY well with the sights, the sounds, and, of course, the food. Cut to the next morning. Your head hurts, your eyes refuse to open and your mouth feels like a literal desert. Face it, you're officially hungover. This spells bad news for the remainder of your vacation, right? Wrong. Let's do this.
Montreal is one of Canada's most beautiful and romantic cities. It features the perfect combination of contemporary North America with old-world European charm. Here are our insider tips on how to spend your first 24 hours in Montreal.
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Mont-Royal, just west of downtown Montreal, is one of Montreal’s most recognizable landmarks. This hill is a tableau on which
When people rave about Montreal -- how cool it is, how fun, how stylish and hip -- odds are they’ve been spending time in
Most visitors to Montreal will come prepared to be immersed in the city’s rich French-Canadian culture. But out-of-towners
Tired of the Winter Blues? Your kids are getting on your nerves? Your partner, no longer interested in jumping under the covers with you? The horizontal mambo, just a fading memory. I have a sure fire solution to rekindle those simmering romantic ambers.