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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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  • Montréal is famously romantic, and it’s a go-to destination for couples getting engaged or getting married – especially thanks to the amazing exchange rate these days. But this city still has its secrets! For your Montréal marriage, think outside the box and get the local scoop on little-known, memory-making places that will make your special day the most extraordinary of all. Let’s Make History, Baby As one of Canada’s oldest cities, Montréal is neck deep in history. Its most famous neighbourhood is Old Montréal, replete with 18th century European charm – but how about taking it up a notch and tying the knot in a private chateau? The Pierre du Calvet private castle dates back to 1725, but today it’s a luxurious retreat complete with interior garden and gastronomic dining. You can not only hold your reception there, you can actually do the deed in the beautiful little chapel onsite! Other breathtaking spots include Château Ramezay and Château Dufresne, both historic private homes that can take you back in time in the most romantic way. An outstanding spot awaits discovery in the oldest chapel in the city, the Chapelle du Bonsecours (don’t miss the two paintings by famous artist Ozias... / Read More → The post Extraordinary places to get married in Montréal appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Extraordinary places to get married in Montréal
  • Music and performance festivals, a ticket-free Museums Day, fascinating outdoor entertainment, world-class opera and dance, glorious urban gardens and fabulous food make this week another uniquely Montréal way to celebrate spring. Fresh air Art, music and more entertainment fills the streets this week, from the 20 poetic and playful tableaux of Cité Mémoire projected on the walls, trees and alleyways of Old Montréal and the Old Port. The annual Mont-Royal Avenue street fair, June 2-5 in the Plateau neighbourhood, closes part of bustling Mont-Royal Avenue to traffic and fills the street with music, art, food, pop-up shopping, mini golf, a giant slide and more. There’s also plenty to see, eat and do downtown at the redesigned Jardins Gamelin near Berri-UQAM metro station. Over 80 exhibitors show off their green thumbs, plants and garden accessories at the 19th Great Gardening Weekend, May 27 to 29 at the Montréal Botanical Garden. Celebrate the 140th anniversary of Mount Royal Park at the dance night on Mount Royal event, with traditional folk dancing and an electro-trad performance on Saturday, May 28 outside Beaver Lake Pavilion. Outside Place des Arts in the Quartier des Spectacles, as part of Festival TransAmériques, Montréal-based artist 2Fik reconstructs the... / Read More → The post Things to do in Montréal: May 27 to June 2 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Things to do in Montréal: May 27 to June 2
  • The 10th edition of Montréal’s famed Festival TransAmériques will present 25 dance and theatre productions from Canada and around the world from May 26 to June 8. There will also be parties, film screenings, panels and workshops in various venues around Montréal. Here are some highlights: There is a lot of buzz for the hotly-anticipated North American premiere of Quebec dance icon Louise Lecavalier’s Mille batailles at the Monument-National from May 31 to June 2. Judson Church is Ringing in Harlem (Made-to-Measure), by American choreographer and dancer Trajal Harrell at the Monument-National on May 29 and 30, is about an imagined 1963 meeting of the Harlem voguing and Judson Dance Theater movements. Playwright Étienne Lepage and star choreographer Frédérick Gravel – two of Quebec’s rising talents – join forces to create the raw and comic piece (in French with English surtitles) Logique du pire about desperate 30-somethings, playing in the intimate the Cinquième Salle at Place des Arts. Let’s Not Beat Each Other to Death is an English-language theatre piece being presented at Théatre Espace Go, inspired by the 2012 killing of a Halifax gay activist. A collaboration with Quebec writer Martine Delvaux, Manon Oligny choreographs Fin de série, her new dance piece at the Agora de la danse (June... / Read More → The post World Dance and Theatre Stars headline 2016 Festival TransAmériques appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    World Dance and Theatre Stars headline 2016 Festival TransAmériques
  • The storied history of Montréal comes to life every night in Cité Mémoire, the largest outdoor video-projection installation in the world. Cité Mémoire features some 20 tableaux composed of images, dialogue and music projected on walls, in alleys, on the ground and trees in historic Old Montréal, telling stories of famous as well as little-known Montrealers that spectators can also listen to by downloading a free mobile application. Six-years-in-the-making, the Cité Mémoire installation was created by three of Montréal’s most in-demand creative minds: internationally-acclaimed duo Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon, who previously devised such large-scale productions as TORUK – The First Flight and Delirium for Cirque du Soleil; in collaboration with playwright Michel Marc Bouchard, famed for his plays Lilies and Tom at the Farm. The trio were inspired by the figures and events that have marked Montréal’s history. “We wanted to create something that had never been done before, something innovative,” says Pilon, noting over 800 people worked on this project, including 400 artists and craftspeople. “I must say choosing the themes and historical figures in our tableaux was very difficult. We began with over 200 stories.” “So we chose stories with themes and values central to Montréal’s identity,”... / Read More → The post Cité Mémoire brings the past to life in Old Montréal appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Cité Mémoire brings the past to life in Old Montréal
  • Outdoor life in Montréal heats up this week with the arrival of festivals and more activities – many of them free! – from multimedia projections on Old Montréal buildings to urban art by the river and live music and dance downtown. Sunny days, bright nights A new urban multimedia experience awaits visitors in Old Montréal and the Old Port: the 20 poetic and playful tableaux of Cité Mémoire are projected on the walls, in the alleys, on the ground and in the trees of the historic quarter, featuring images, dialogue and music that reveal some of the city’s most fascinating history. Also in the Old Port, the must-see Chromatic festival of urban art and music rocks under the high ceilings of Hangar 16, May 20-22, with free art exhibitions, interactive installations and live music during the day – the space transforms into a club at night. Under the big top nearby, Cirque du Soleil’s newest artistic and acrobatic LUZIA, inspired by the culture of Mexico, thrills to July 17. In Griffintown/Little Burgundy, one-of-a-kind creative business event C2 Montréal takes over the Arsenal gallery space May 24-26. Over in the Quartier des Spectacles, go on a guided walking tour of public... / Read More → The post Things to do in Montréal: May 20 to 26 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Things to do in Montréal: May 20 to 26

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