4 Reasons To Visit Montreal
The Old Port
The Old Port is considered to be one of the most visually stunning boroughs in Montreal. With its cobblestone streets, delicious French bakeries and its intact historic buildings dating back as far as the 17th century, the Old Port is a little slice of Europe in North America.
Culture and Dining
Although Montreal is one the world’s five largest French-speaking cities, most residents are bilingual (English). The city is best known for its international festivals, its picturesque architecture and its diverse and ever-evolving dining scene. Montreal is the second most-populous city in Canada.
Montreal is world-famous for its nightlife. From rue St. Laurent (packed dance clubs & upscale bars), to the more elegant rue Crescent, to the historic rue Ste-Catherine district, Montreal offers the full range of leisure options. No matter what your scene is, there is something for you.
A visit to Montreal wouldn’t be complete without a stroll through Mount Royal, a park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the famous landscape architect who co-designed New York City’s Central Park.