If you’re planning a trip to Montréal this summer and love French music, June is the time to go!
Some of Montreal’s charm comes from its beautiful and diverse architecture. From old world to futuristic, there are interesting buildings to see around every corner. Habitat 67 Photo © Wallula Junction
Planning on visiting Montreal this spring or summer? Montreal is one of the most bike friendly cities in North America. The city has over 500 km of bike paths and a great public bike rental system. Biking is a great way to see the city and can often be a faster way to travel than
A visit to Montréal doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Here are some cheap and free things to do in the City! Photo at Mount Royal © Colocho
With hundreds of indoor and outdoor skating rinks to choose from and long cold winters, Montréal is an ice skater’s paradise. Some outdoor skating rinks have free admission and almost all rinks offer skate rentals. Be sure to check with the rinks for their months and hours of operations before heading out. Here are a
It’s festival time in Montreal! Montreal’s 11th annual High Lights Festival starts February 18th and ends at dawn on the 28th. Each year a country, city and region are highlighted. This year’s event spotlights Portugal, New Orleans and the Eastern Townships of southeastern Quebec. Photo © peiranliu
Now is the perfect time to start planning your fall foliage trip to Montreal! Montreal Fall Foliage Dates Fall foliage in Montreal typically peaks in early October. With the season beginning in mid-September and running through the end of October there is plenty of time to enjoy the spectacular array of colors.