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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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  • For decades Montreal has been a hotbed for beautiful and challenging contemporary art – this year’s Biennale de Montréal art festival celebrates that history alongside the brightest works of art today and delves into what art may soon become… The 8th Biennale de Montréal, also known cleverly as BNLMTL, paints the town red and every other colour of the rainbow this fall, beginning October 22. The Biennale officially pairs with the Musée d’art contemporain de Montreal – already in a jovial, adventurous mood as it celebrates its 50th anniversary– to bring artists, curators and art aficionados together for an even bigger and brighter showcase of Quebecois, Canadian and international artistic talent. With exhibitions, conferences and activities at galleries, museums, public spaces and other venues across the city, BNLMTL creates a community-minded atmosphere not only for appreciating art but engaging in critical dialogue about the current state of art in Canada and around the world. Under the overarching theme of “L’avenir (looking forward),” the Biennale de Montréal, this year directed by Canadian curator and art critic Sylvie Fortin, welcomes two exciting guest curators, Peggy Gale (influential independent curator and critic) and Gregory Burke (former director of Toronto’s The Power Plant), and... / Read More →The post See Art’s Future at the Biennale de Montréal 2014 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    See Art’s Future at the Biennale de Montréal 2014
  • Cinema lovers and anyone looking for new perspectives on our ever-changing world flock to the Montreal World Film Festival to discover new, challenging and artistically-inclined film, all screened in the heart of downtown Montreal… After 38 years of bringing hundreds of feature films and shorts to Montreal every August, the Montreal World Film Festival, this August 21 to September 1, continues its mission to share recent and rarely-seen international and Canadian cinema with a curious Montreal audience. The festival opens with a new film by prolific French filmmaker Claude Lelouch – his We Love You, You Bastard (Salaud, on t’aime) stars Johnny Hallyday and Sandrine Bonnaire as lovers seeking a quiet retirement in the Alps and finding that it doesn’t suit them quite as well as they’d imagined. The late French filmmaker Alain Resnais, perhaps known best for 1961 drama Last Year at Marienbad among numerous other successes throughout the 1960s to present day (see his Hiroshima Mon Amour and Mon Oncle D’Amérique at this year’s festival as well), lightens up with Life of Riley (Aimer, Boire et Chanter), the festival’s closing film. Even more well-known art-world filmmakers grace the World Film Fest’s program alongside dozens of talents coming to... / Read More →The post Illuminating Cinema at the Montreal World Film Festival appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Illuminating Cinema at the Montreal World Film Festival
  • The final days of August show no signs of summer activities slowing down in Montreal: from food festivals and fresh market fare to film festivals and live rock and electro shows, the city keeps on shining under the sun… (food, markets & parks) Local restaurants and international chefs collaborate on the annual Omnivore World Tour – the food festival runs to August 25, including the not-to-be-missed Omnivorious Party at the SAT on August 23. Walk the Main during the car-free Saint-Laurent Street Fair all weekend – shop, eat, drink, hear live music and see art during the Mix’Arts festival. In Old Montreal, step back in time during Pointe-à-Callière’s 18th Century Public Market, a fun blend of hands-on Quebec history and locally-made food and crafts, open all weekend. Visit the Montreal Botanical Garden on August 23 and 24 not only to see an abundance of plant life but to hear live music and, on Sunday, see Lucie Grégoire dance in the Perennial Garden. Downtown at Place Émilie-Gamelin, find the cuisine you crave courtesy of several gourmet Montreal food trucks on August 28 and walk through the urban sculpture garden August 21-26. Walk over to nearby Peace Park (next to the SAT) on August 26... / Read More →The post Things to Do in Montreal: August 22-28 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Things to Do in Montreal: August 22-28
  • What adventures will 24 hours in Montreal bring? Check out our #MTLMOMENTS infographic to find out what our little twitter friend @LadyTweetFiend got up to during her weekend trip to the city!  Make the most of your trip to Montreal with this exclusive Sweet Deal coupon booklet with special offers valued at $450!    The post Infographic: 24 Hours In @Montreal appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Infographic: 24 Hours In @Montreal
  • Bubble tea, sometimes known as boba tea or pearl tea, is a frothy drink created with iced tea, sweet milk, flavourings, and sweet tapioca pearls. The refreshing concoction was invented during the 1980s in Taiwan, and has since gained flocks of fanatics from around the world. Are you bubble headed for bubble tea? Try these tasty places in Montreal!  L2 Desserts Lounge – L2 has been heralded as the best bubble tea in Montreal. Fresh fruits, fast service, great dessert selection, with massive portions always brings a crowd of hip youngsters. People seem to hang out here all day and well into the night. While you enjoy your tea and dessert, try your hand at the foosball table or a video game! Try their taro bubble tea. (71A rue de la Gauchetière Ouest in Chinatown.) Chatime – If you’re already a bubble tea fan, chances are you’ve heard of Chatime. It’s a huge bubble tea chain from Asia, with locations and lovers around the world. Long lines are common, so be prepared to wait for your tea. With a massive selection, it will be well worth it. (Two locations: 52-C de la Gauchetière West in Chinatown, and 1811 Sainte Catherine West... / Read More →The post Where To Find The Best Bubble Tea In Montreal appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Where To Find The Best Bubble Tea In Montreal

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