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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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  • The 2014 edition of Montréal’s LGBT Pride celebrations goes from August 11 to 17, 2014. For this edition, they’ll be honouring Orange — the second colour of the rainbow pride flag which symbolizes healing, vitality, energy, and warmth. See what’s in store for all the lovers heading to Montreal Pride this year… THE FULL PROGRAM: Montreal Pride is a gigantic event that spans a full week of activities in many different locations around the city. From a conference on Gender Expression and an Urban Forest at the McCord Museum, to a huge Community Day and massive Pride Parade; Montreal Pride has a little something for everyone. To peruse through the full official programme click here. COMMUNITY DAY: Community Day is Saturday, August 16, 2014. It’s a day where kiosks and booths from community organizations and businesses line Sainte-Catherine Street between Saint-Hubert and Papineau. Family, friends, and lovers walk hand-in-hand, revealing in the sunshine, and connecting with fellow members of the LGBT community and their allies. PRIDE PARADE: Montreal’s Pride Parade is Sunday, August 17, 2014 starting at 1PM along Rene-Levesque Boulevard. Every year Montreal’s Pride Parade grows in size and scope, and all signs point to 2014 being no different. The parade... / Read More →The post Fierté Montreal Pride Set To Dazzle Montreal Once Again appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Fierté Montreal Pride Set To Dazzle Montreal Once Again
  • From early morning to late night, Montreal shines this week with stars of comedy, film, art and music, while the city’s parks and pop-up markets offer the perfect place to relax, shop or socialize… (laugh out loud) Just For Laughs ends with a bang this weekend with gala shows hosted by Don Rickles, Seth Rogen, Bill Burr, Jim Gaffigan, Russell Peters, plus a Mega Stars of Comedy Gala show on July 25. Themed JFL shows are also a sure bet for laughs, from The All Star Show to The Relationship Show, The British Show (hosted by Noel Fielding) to The Nasty Show. Meanwhile, solo shows highlight the raw entertainment power of some of the hottest comedians today: Jim Jeffries, Lewis Black, Simon Amstell, Mike Birbiglia, Tommy Tiernan and more. Along with JFL, comedy festival Zoofest delights with one-man shows, stand-up and off-the-beaten-path theatrical comedy. Adding even more entertainment to the festival: free music, comedy and circus performances fit for the whole family, outdoors at Place des Festivals. And on the night of July 26, whether you’re at Place des Festivals or the Old Port, see the city illuminated from above by Australia’s Baz Lurhmann-inspired performance in the International des Feux Loto-Québec fireworks competition.... / Read More →The post Things to Do in Montreal: July 25-31 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Things to Do in Montreal: July 25-31
  • Seekers of classic styles in Montreal are soooo lucky – there’s a great culture of vintage shopping here, with stores to suit every need from ball gowns to cowboy shirts. In addition to the bargain-basement biggies like the Salvation Army, Renaissance and Village des Valeurs, there are many stores with carefully curated vintage collections. Here are our favourites. Might as well start from the head down! Voskins is a bijou boutique in Griffintown entirely dedicated to eyewear, featuring some of the best vintage styles retrofitted for contemporary needs. The design of the store itself, thought up by interior designer Guillaume Ménard, is a haven of retro furniture, carpets and globes that set the worldly mood. La Gaillarde is a non-profit organisation in St-Henri that encompasses a cool vintage clothing boutique among a wide range of sustainable fashion initiatives, including a textile recuperation service and the organisation of eco clothing fashion shows. You’ll find everything here from 1950s dresses to a never-ending array of tops. Mostly the purveyors of new clothing in a retro style, the two locations of Boutique 1861 give meaning to its name with their wall-to-wall Victorian aesthetic – with a dash of hipster thrown in, of course! The row of... / Read More →The post Vintage Chic in Montreal appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Vintage Chic in Montreal
  • An onslaught of screaming guitars, guttural vocals and headbanging crowds may have brought fame to Heavy Montréal, but what the festival really thrives on today is the non-stop high-energy of bands that run the gamut of the heavy-music spectrum… Formerly known for years as the pun-perfect Heavy MTL festival, Heavy Montréal, August 9-10 outdoors at Parc Jean-Drapeau, promises just as much metal with its 2014 name change, along with even more crossover punk, hardcore and hard-rock acts. As if to prove the festival is just as heavy as ever, none other than the apparently unstoppable Metallica, still going strong and consistently reinventing themselves and their sound after over 30 years, and Slayer, one of the most revered and ruling bands in metal, headline this year’s fest. They’re joined on the two massive main stages by bands who’ve also built the best of bad reputations over the years: Anthrax, Lamb of God, Bad Religion, The Offspring, Dropkick Murphys, Pennywise, Epica, Three Days Grace, Hatebreed and  more, including one of the most influential heavy bands in the world, Montreal’s own Voivod. Not only is the festival known for its loud and raucous atmosphere but for its high entertainment value, with so many... / Read More →The post Heavy Montréal: Metallica, Slayer, Twisted Sister, The Offspring and More appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Heavy Montréal: Metallica, Slayer, Twisted Sister, The Offspring and More
  • Every inch of Montreal is worth exploring. But how do you get there? Check out these 10 easy, fun, and funky ways to travel around Montreal… WALK: Some may call it old-fashioned, but putting one foot in front of the other is still the best way to travel around Montréal. It’s free, burns calories, tightens the gluteus, and allows you to stop whenever you want to take those precious #MTLMOMENTS photos. Cool places to walk in Montréal include the Old Port, Gay Village, Plateau / Mile End, Parc du Mont-Royal, Outremont, and Canal Lachine. TAXI / LIMOUSINE / CHAUFFEUR: Easily hail a taxi anywhere in Montréal’s urban neighbourhoods, either right from the street or using one of those trusty taxi apps like Uber, Halio, TAG Taxi, Taxi Diamond or Taxi COOP. You’ll be able to spot a free taxi by the little TAXI light on the roof. Many cabs also have payment details listed here, so look for the Interact, VISA or Mastercard logos if you need to pay by card. Taxi fare starts at $3,45, and then goes up $1,70 per kilometre. For limousine or chauffeur service check Limotour. BIXI / BIKE: During the snowless seasons, a Bixi ride around... / Read More →The post 10 WAYS TO TRAVEL AROUND MONTREAL appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    10 WAYS TO TRAVEL AROUND MONTREAL

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