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Montreal skyline at dusk

About Montréal

Montréal, Canada

Montréal, Quebec’s largest city, is celebrated for its diverse culture, historic architecture, and bustling arts scene. Situated on an island in the Saint Lawrence River, it offers the charming Old Montréal with its cobblestone streets, a rich culinary landscape, and a variety of festivals, notably the renowned Montréal Jazz Festival. The city’s blend of French and English influences gives it a unique character.

Old Montréal (Vieux-Montréal)

Wander along cobblestone streets, see the Notre-Dame Basilica, and discover historic landmarks and quaint shops.

Mount Royal Park (Parc du Mont-Royal)

Enjoy panoramic views of the city, hiking, biking, or a relaxing picnic.

Jean-Talon Market

Visit one of the largest public markets in North America, featuring fresh produce, regional specialties, and unique culinary treats.

Plateau Mont-Royal

Explore this trendy neighborhood known for its vibrant street art, eclectic shops, and diverse dining options.