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Overview

Originally settled by the St. Lawrence Iroquois as Hochelaga, and then resettled by the great Samuel de Champlain as a fur trading post, Montreal’s become quite a spectacular city indeed. Centered around Mount Royal (the city’s namesake) and cradled by the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, the landscape is something to behold—and the stunning architecture certainly helps, too. 

As a UNESCO City of Design and the most bilingual city in Quebec, Montreal is a city with so much to offer. Old Montreal is a great place to start; its architecture, charm, and alleyways bring you back to the city’s roots—with the modern touches of a city, of course. From there, stroll through one of the beautiful parks, steep in one of the museums, or maybe check out the Olympic Stadium or Montreal Botanical Garden. Whichever you choose, you’ll be sitting pretty—or at least near something pretty. And don’t forget to have a few delicious bites to eat while you’re here. Let’s just say it’s not all poutine and Timmy’s (but you should definitely grab those while you’re here); there’s so much international influence (especially French) about, that you’ll be savoring culinary excellence in no time.

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Bonsecours Market

Arts and Crafts

Notre-Dame Basilica

Colorful Cathedral

Old Montreal

Heritage Treasure House

Pointe-a-Calliere Museum

Underground History

Patati Patata

Tiny Diner

La Banquise

Poutine Paradise

Ma Poule Mouillée

Portuguese Chicken

Schwartz's

Deli Delights

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Outstanding Art
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