A trip to Greater Montreal in the summer means that you’re able to explore Montreal’s activities in a warmer environment. Have you been planning on visiting Montreal during the summer? Here are five family activities close to Montreal.
Whether you’re looking for a great spot to spend a day with a friend, interested in treating yourself to a day of relaxation, or just need to get away from work for a while, Montreal offers some amazing spa experiences. If you’ve seen all the usual Montreal attractions and want to spend some time focusing on your health and wellness, consider visiting one of these top five spas in the region.
The French certainly have their own flair when it comes to pastries. However, if you’re feeling for something sweet and a little more original, Montreal’s Little Italy may be home to your next true love, the sweet taste found solely in an Italian Bakery.
Long known for liberal and cultural flair, it’s no surprise the level of design you’ll find in our city. In step with its flair for design, you might be interested to know that Montreal was also the first city in North America to be awarded.
Ah…summer in the city comes as a long-awaited reward for the locals and an attraction for visitors. Whether you’re a local or here on a visit, we’ve got a few great ideas for some family-fun in Montreal.
One of Montreal’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, the Gay Village has it’s own flair and attractions. Don’t think you have to be gay to hang out here though; it is one of the most friendly and inclusive parts of Montreal, everyone is welcomed.
Valentines day in Montreal provides couples ample opportunity to express their feelings for each other in both romantic and not-so-romantic ways. Read on for more great ideas for this Valentines weekend.
From the Laurentians to the Eastern Townships, staying in a hotel suite Montreal puts them within your reach!
If you love nature, skiing, snowboarding, or even tubing, head north of Montreal to the famous Laurentians.
October is a beautiful month to visit Montreal. Toted as one of the best times of the year to visit Montreal, September through November provides more moderate weather and great rates. We’ve put together a few off-the-beaten-track ideas and activities for families and singles visiting Montreal.
Cruise ships bring traffic to cities across the globe like few other things can. With thousands of on-board passengers in vacation mode, having a cruise ship dock in your city’s port is good news for business and traveller alike.