Montréal

A stone windmill

Visit an historic windmill in Montreal East

Drive northeast from Downtown Montreal and don’t lose the Saint Lawrence River from sight, as you will find a treasure near its shore, standing there since French colonial times. Indeed, ever since being built during the early 18th century, the Vieux-Moulin has harvested the power of winds in Pointe-aux-Trembles. In other words, you can enjoy …

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Behold nature in the Americas at the Biodôme de Montréal

Located inside the city’s Parc Olympique, the once-velodrome for the 1976 Summer Olympics nowadays hosts a facility like no other. Surely, the Biodôme de Montréal is a landmark itself, as it allows you to visit, inside its walls, through four of the best-representative ecosystems of the Americas. First, reach the facility as you walk near …

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Walk and find the best local restaurants in Montreal

One of the trendiest neighborhoods in Montreal, Mile End is nowadays a cultural haven, being the home to diverse artists. In other words, the coolest zone of the second-largest Canadian city provides the setting for activities as diverse as they are fun. Moreover, you can experience a walking tour through the area’s best places to …

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Feel with all your senses at Montreal’s Cirque du Soleil

Known all around the world for shows driven by theatrical efforts, the Cirque du Soleil is the largest contemporary circus on Earth. Certainly, this company hailing from Montreal is famous for its unique blend of vibrant music with light shows and impressive acrobatic choreographies. In other words, be ready to experience the heightening of senses …

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Have fun at a three-level pub in Downtown Montreal

Rue Crescent, located in Downtown Montreal, is one of the city’s most visited streets. Certainly, among its several points of interest are a group of bars, nightclubs, and restaurants that are popular with both locals and tourists. Furthermore, being the oldest and most successful of its kind, the Sir Winston Churchill Pub Complex is a …

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Visit a riverside sculpture garden in Montreal

Situated at the shore of the Saint Lawrence River and nowadays a municipality merged into the city of Montreal, Lachine owes its curious name to stories relating the attempt, by European colonists, of finding a trade route to China through North America. Moreover, it’s founding in 1676 provides it with a rich history to which …

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Behold art from Inuit and First Nations in Montreal

Downtown Montreal is home to one of Canada’s most fascinating art museums. In other words, La Guilde is a gallery where art from Inuit and First Nations cultures is preserved and promoted as the means of disseminating conscience about the fine crafting of these peoples. Founded in 1906 and currently acting as a non-profit organization, …

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Revisit the classics at the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde

Stroll up and down the Rue Sainte-Catherine, the main commercial street of downtown Montreal, and at an iconic location close to the city’s Quartier des Spectacles, find an amazing mecca of performing arts. Certainly, the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde (TNM), one of the most-known French-language theater companies in the world, will surprise and leave you …

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Enter the palatial Château Dufresne in Montreal

In the northeastern part of Montreal, the borough of Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve holds one of the city’s most beautiful historical buildings. Above all, the Chateau Dufresne, built between 1915 and 1918 and designed in a Beaux-Arts style with inspiration from the Petit Trianon in Versailles, attests to the historic legacy of the second-largest city in Canada. Once …

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Enjoy urban art at the MURAL Festival in Montreal

Every June, several streets in Montreal turn into a party of color, as the international MURAL Festival takes place. Surely, its purpose as a celebration of the democratization of urban art in the Canadian city serves well as the many murals that are painted each year immediately enter the public domain, as free content completely …

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Take a walk around the heritage of Old Montreal

As with many cities in the Americas, currently, Montreal is a bustling metropolis, the heiress of a centuries-old tradition that goes back in time to its founding by the French. Though founded in 1642 by Paul Chomodey de Maisonneuve as Fort Ville-Marie, it can be considered as the continuation of an Algonquin settlement named Hochelaga. …

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