This penthouse-style hotel comprises the top two floors of the 17-story Place Bonaventure business and shopping complex and is linked by elevator to Montréal's ...
Located in Plateau Mont Royal, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Metropolis and University of Quebec-Montreal. Notre Dame Basilica and Percival Molson ...
Located in Quartier des Spectacles, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Monument National and Metropolis. University of Quebec-Montreal and Bonsecours Market ...
This family-friendly hotel is located in Montreal (Ville-Marie), close to Martlet House, Les Cours Mont-Royal, and Eaton Centre. Also nearby are Quartier de ...
Situated in Montreal, this luxury villa is within 6 mi (10 km) of Centropolis, Carrefour Laval, and College Montmorency. Sky Venture and Cosmodome are also within ...
If you want a bargain Canadian getaway, Montreal is the place. Summit Park is a no-brainer, with access to some of the best views in the city. The Cemetery Circuit may sound macabre, but is actually anything but. For a break from nature on your Montreal vacation, head to the many art galleries and museums, like the Museum of Contemporary Art where admission is free on Wednesday evenings.
But there's more to Montreal than culture and the great outdoors. With its fondness for the risqué and love of subculture, it is also Canada's answer to San Francisco, New Orleans and New York City. And with CheapTickets, you can soak it all up on a budget.
The best time to visit Montreal depends on your purpose for your Montreal travel. If you wish to take advantage of patio season, make sure that you visit during the summer. If you want to experience the beauty of the Montreal winter, make sure that you visit between December and February. The Just for Laughs Comedy Festival is annually held in July and features performances from some of the most famous comedians in the world. In fact, it is the largest comedy festival in the world. If you can work your Montreal vacations around this event, it is a must see.
Mount Royal Park is the city's largest green space, and a great place to relax and enjoy the warm weather in the summer.
Old Montreal is home to numerous great restaurants and old buildings, making it a great place to truly experience Montreal.
Saint Joseph's Oratory is the largest church in all of Canada and is considered a national shrine.
Summer or winter, have family fun ice-skating at 1000, rue De La Gauchetière.
The Underground City is a network of malls and shops that is recognized as one of the largest underground complexes in the entire world.
This unique spot offers plenty to do and see on your Montreal travels, including over 1000 boutiques selling everything from fashion to kitsch. Even if you're not up for subterranean shopping, Montreal Underground City still provides an amazing day's worth of exploration. Wear comfy shoes – you've got over 20 miles worth of walking to do.
One of the oldest museums in the country, Redpath Museum is home to dinosaur bones, Egyptian mummies, ancient art and more. Enjoy free admission, but if you're travelling in a group, a small fee may be involved.
Held every June and July (check online for exact dates) since 1985, the Montreal International Fireworks Competition has become an institution. Enjoy giant fireworks displays, live tunes and cheap food booths. Held at Old Port and the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, you can pay to see them up close and synchronized with music. But for a free show -- and the best chance of experiencing one of Montreal's famous spontaneous street parties -- watch from a little further away.
Whether you want to drive it, hike it or bike it, Mount Royal is a must on your Montreal travels. Showcasing the best of Canadian flora and fauna, as well as the heritage home of Smith House, you'll be well entertained for the better part of a day. Don't forget to make a stop by Beaver Lake for ice in the wintertime, and free live shows in the warmer months.
Escape the bustle of downtown Montreal at this flowering oasis. Packed with over 5000 rose bushes and many other blooming delights, this park is a real stunner. Grab some lunch and picnic under the weeping willow, or kick back by the canal on your Montreal vacation. Entry to Jardins de Floralies is free.
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