It’s technically spring now and even though there still may be a bit of cold weather left in Montreal, that doesn’t mean we can’t start planning for warmer weather! Photo of People Canoeing, Montreal Canada © Joanne and Matt
Montreal is a foodie’s paradise. Even Andrew Zimmern from The Travel Channel’s wildly popular show Bizarre Foods thinks so. Join him as he eats his way around Montreal’s classic dishes as well as some, well, bizarre foods. Here are three clips from Bizarre Foods: Montreal. In this first clip, Andrew visits a couple of Montreal’s
Looking for things to do in Montreal this winter? Like wizzing down zip-lines, tube sledding and ice skating? Montreal’s winter festival is one of the city’s largest outdoor winter events and offers lots of great activities for both children and adults.
It’s time for some winter fun in Montreal! Get out your hats and gloves and enjoy some of the best sledding Montreal has to offer. The thrill of sliding down a hill on sled or inner tube never gets old! Montreal tends to get a lot of snow and is usually turning into a winter
There are so many things to do and see in Montreal. Here are some cool photos that show just how beautiful and interesting Montreal is. Palais des Congres Palais des Congres is a convention center located in Old Montreal. It is an incredibly beautiful building with nearly 400 colored and transparent glass panels. Photo of
Farmer’s Markets and public markets are a great place to shop for food. Since the food is usually farmed and raised locally, it’s often less expensive than grocery stores. Plus by shopping at farmer’s markets, you are supporting the local community. Photo of Atwater Farmers Market, Montreal, Canada © Gary Soup
What do John Lennon and John Wilkes Booth have to do with Montreal? What do the five symbols on Montreal’s flag mean? To get the answers to these questions and to learn some interesting facts about Montreal, read on. a Photo of Montreal Jazz Festival © nonanet