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Montreal City Guide for Travelers & Tourists

Montreal, one of the most popular metropolitan centers and second-largest city in Canada, is the emblem of European sophistication set against North American landscape. Every attraction in Montreal speaks of a place at once both vibrantly modern and charmingly quaint. There are annual Jazz concerts, hockey games, circuses, and hundreds of other free events and festivals year-round. A trip to Montreal proves that the best things in life are within your reach, sure to delight, and often absolutely free. read more »

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  • Much has been said about Montreal’s Mile End residential-meets-commercial neighbourhood, a hub of hipness that has gone through some big changes in the past decade or two, evolving from the best place to buy bagels and sip espresso into a go-to zone for local-designer shopping, contemporary culinary adventures and laid-back, late-night drinks… Situated north-west of the Plateau, Mile End’s borders remain somewhat debatable, stretching from Parc Avenue to de Gaspé from west to east, and St-Joseph (or, as some might argue, Mont-Royal) to Van Horne from south to north. Since we last profiled Mile End in 2012, we’ve seen the area evolve, and thankfully, many of the neighbourhood’s qualities and amenities remain firmly in place, and artists, writers and musicians still rub shoulders with the Jewish, Greek and Italian communities, who share the streets with video game designers, entrepreneurs and young families. (restaurants & cafes) Fuel up at Italian espresso institutions Café Olimpico and Social Club, consistently drawing crowds to lively St-Viateur Street for decades now, while several relative newcomers – Myriade, Cafe in Gamba, Brooklyn, Dispatch Coffee – specialize in the nuanced flavours of “third-wave coffee,” while Navarino has coffee and Greek pastries, Chez Boris boasts that classic combo... / Read More →The post Classic, New and Noteworthy in Montreal’s Mile End appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Classic, New and Noteworthy in Montreal’s Mile End
  • The much-awaited third edition of MTL à TABLE – Montreal’s Restaurant Week – will be taking place from October 30th to November 9th 2014. In association with Wine of France, over 135 restaurants will be participating in this year’s edition by offering 3-course, set price menus. This is a tasty opportunity for all food-lovers to go on a delicious discovery of one or several Montreal best restaurants at an affordable price… Culinary tours: One of the best ways to go on a culinary discovery of Montreal during MTL à TABLE is to take part in a savoury tour. Four gourmands neighbourhoods are highlighted in these expertly led tours by VDM Global Culinary Tours. Built around the idea of a 5 à 7 – a Montreal beloved tradition also known as happy hour – the tours will start with a glass of wine from France and a bite and continue with a 2-hour culinary exploration of the area. Will it be an evening stroll in Old Montréal, an evening jaunt through Mile-End, Happy Hour in Little Burgundy and Saint-Henri or a Toast to Upper Class Traditions in the Golden Square Mile? The city is your oyster and the choice is yours... / Read More →The post Guide to 2014 Edition of MTL à TABLE – Montreal’s Restaurant Week appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Guide to 2014 Edition of MTL à TABLE – Montreal’s Restaurant Week
  • While one could occupy themselves for weeks on end with things to do in Montreal, occasionally it’s nice to get out of the city on a day trip into the gorgeous surrounding scenery and townships. Whether it’s flying high in the forest trees, checking out some unique museums, or chowing down on some Quebec cuisine; renting a car to explore these nearby gems is definitely worth it… Exporail: Canadian Railway Museum When you think about it, this is one of the most important historical museums in Canada. The railway across the great white north is what built the modern country we know today. From technological innovations and marvellous feats of engineering, to the actual workers who risked their lives to complete it. The museum features permanent and temporary exhibitions, guided tours, animations, educational activities, demonstrations, tram and train rides and many fun themed events. You can get there by bus and car, however we think it would be most appropriate to get there by train! Hop on the Candiac/St-Constant commuter train from the Lucien-L’Allier station! More details here. Parc national des Iles-de-Boucherville Located just a few kilometres from Montreal in the middle of the St.Lawrence river is a chain of... / Read More →The post 7 Day Trips Outside Montreal You Have To Experience appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    7 Day Trips Outside Montreal You Have To Experience
  • The Labour Day long weekend may mark the end of summer, but Montreal’s enthusiasm for open-air entertainment keeps going strong: eat, drink, shop, see films and hear live music outdoors and in this week and throughout the month… (outdoor living) Explore Mont Royal Avenue during Nuit Blanche sur la Tableau Noir, a street fair and festival of art and music held August 28-31: the 19th edition features a parade and outdoor film screenings on August 29 and concerts by Arthur H, Random Recipe and more local bands throughout the weekend. The Botanical Garden wraps up its summer of outdoor concerts among the garden’s abundant plantlife: on August 30, hear Éveline Grégoire-Rousseau, Nathalie Cora and Pierre-Yves Martel, while Sunday brings Pierre Lapointe to the Arboretum, along with jazz by the Kite Trio, and dance by Lucie Grégoire. Sway to the classical music of orchestra Harmonie les Vents du Sud, in a free outdoor concert on August 31 at the Olympic Park Esplanade, or rock the all-ages ropes courses of the Esplanade’s Parc Exalto. In the Mile End neighbourhood, the Marché des Possibles entertains with music by Ohara, Auks and Loosestrife on Friday, gymnastics and yoga for all ages on Saturday followed... / Read More →The post Things to Do in Montreal: August 29-September 4 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Things to Do in Montreal: August 29-September 4
  • As summer turns to fall, the Montreal Botanical Garden celebrates the changing seasons with its annual Gardens of Light show, transforming the natural beauty of the Chinese and Japanese Gardens into illuminated works of art… Lanterns in the shape of animals, people, boats, plants and more populate the Space for Life’s Botanical Garden, floating in ponds, hanging from trees and lighting up garden pathways from September 5 to November 2. With plenty to look at and admire, the exhibition makes for a perfect evening outing with the family, a romantic date night or simply a lovely way to see yet another side of Montreal. Stroll through the Chinese Garden to witness a lantern tradition that harkens back to the Han Dynasty and to see colourful, sometimes audacious lantern displays in all shapes and sizes, telling the magical and heroic 15th-century story of “Zheng He – A Voyage of Discovery.” Meanwhile, the meditative and smaller-scale Japanese Garden hosts an appropriately subtle and artistic lighting and sound exhibition by Québécois artists Jutras & Bathalon Bureau d’étude lumière. This year, the garden’s narrow pavilions, paths and bridges also light up with hundreds of origami cranes created by artist Hideko Sinto. While a study in... / Read More →The post Lanterns Lead the Way Through Gardens of Light appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Lanterns Lead the Way Through Gardens of Light

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