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About Montreal

Canada's second largest city is also subsequent to Paris for the world's largest French-speaking population, but bilingual Montreal makes perfect sense. Of its four universities, two instruction in English and two in French. Sip coffee at an elegant cafe on a cobblestone street in Old Montreal or check out a heavy metal concert at the Parc Jean-Drapeau, site of the 1967 World Expo. The entertainment complex also has a Formula 1 racing circuit, artificial beach, huge pool, and even a casino. Montreal allows a variety of festivals throughout the year, from fireworks competitions to jazz performances. When evening comes, get tickets for a Canadiens hockey game (if you can) or Cirque du Soleil (founded in Montreal), or come by one of the restaurants that put Montreal on the foodie map. Hotels vary from 18th-century stone homes to stylish modern high-rises. This is city you don't want to miss.

Popular Attractions in Montreal

Notre-Dame Basilica
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World-famous Celine Dion can pretty much get married in any chapel that she pleases. That she chose Notre-Dame Basilica, a beautiful cathedral in Old Montreal, speaks to the historic building’s importance. The busloads of tourists agree, as visitors arrive to this attraction to view its beautiful stained glass windows, the Casavant Frères pipe organ and the Gothic Revival architecture. While the church’s façade is a work of grandeur, it’s the multi-colored interior that really amazes guests.
Old Montréal
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Featured Neighborhood
Old Montreal is the main attraction of Montreal tourism. It is located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River. Many famous scenic spots come together. It was once a busy port 300 years ago and is now dominated by tourism. There are also a variety of cultural events and art festivals that attract lovers from all over the world. Every year, more than one million jazz fans flock to the city to listen to the performances of more than a thousand orchestras.
Mount Royal Park
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City Park
Mount Royal Park is located on the top of the Royal Hill in downtown Montreal and was designed by world-renowned designer Olmsted, who designed New York's Central Park. The Mount Royal Park is lush and beautiful, with a view from several observation decks on the top of the mountain. The high-rise buildings and criss-cross streets in the city are all in a good position. It is a good place for a relaxing holiday.
Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal(L'Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal)
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More than two million visitors and pilgrims visit St. Joseph's Church every year. It is located on Queen Mary Road, close to the Metro Snow Ridge Station. In 2005, St. Joseph's Church was listed as a Canadian historical monument. In the Monopoly game, the city of Montreal is represented by photos of the St. Joseph's Church. St. Joseph's Church worships St. Joseph, with many many disabled people, blind people, patients coming to pilgrimage, and even Protestants.

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European Style Cities in North America: Places in US That Look Like Europe
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Sometimes the allure of a far flung destination is overpowering. Perhaps it’s the romance of Paris, or walking past grand cathedrals in Rome. Maybe you long for Spanish culture in Valencia, or would like nothing more than raising a stein in a German beer hall. Great European cities captivate a traveler’s imagination. For many of us, however, life and responsibilities have an unfortunate tendency to intrude. The realities of traveling to Europe, dealing with flight tickets, language barriers, unfamiliar customs…it can seem too much. Fortunately there is plenty Old World charm available in North America. We’ve searched the continent for those places you could easily mistake as having been transplanted wholesale. Come along on our journey to the 10 places in North America that feel exactly like Europe.
TripBlog   May 19, 2020
Best International Travel Destinations for Those on a Budget
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International travel often seems maddeningly out of reach. Friends seems to be constantly posting on social media about magnificent tropical vacations spent at lush island resorts. If you’ve even wondered (or fumed) how it was possible, there’s a secret you’re probably not aware of just yet. International travel need not be prohibitively expensive. With the right combination of airfare hunting and budget-friendly destinations, you too can have an incredible time abroad. We’ve done some of the heavy lifting for you and profiled these 20 international destinations we think offer great experiences without the corresponding risk you’ll need to refinance your home to afford them. These are our recommendations for the best international travel destinations for those on a budget.
Tripper-No1   Jan 3, 2020
Top 10 Restaurants in Montreal
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In case you haven't heard, besides other things, Montreal is also a food haven. The city boasts of unique culinary traditions and restaurants and foodies who have been spoiled by a unique and enviable selection of Montreal’s best produce. Some of the dishes offered here have managed to get international attention. Paris and New York, the leading cities in dishing out food, are in an attempt to showcase food that is coming out of Canada by trying to recreate them and highlighting the list of famous restaurants in Montreal. Montreal’s got a lot going for it, but dining out reigns supreme as one of the best things to do in this place. However, it has got the most restaurants per capita in Canada — second only to New York for the most in North America — and that can make it difficult to decide. Some local experts scour out the island, always in search of something new and innovative.
TripBlog   Nov 27, 2019

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I recommended Old Port of Montreal (Vieux-Port), Mount Royal Park, Parc des Rapides, Oka Beach.
Here are the best places to visit in Montreal, including: Montreal Chinatown, Rue Ste. Catherine, Montreal City Hall, Olympic Stadium, La Ronde.
There are many places to eat in Montreal, which is known as the “Culinary Capital”. The Royal Mountain is a great place to enjoy a barbecue. The Mile End is a speciality area for Bohemian coffee. In addition to the fragrant coffee, you can also enjoy the uniqueness. Bohemian style. The small Italian community near The Mile End is naturally a destination for Italian cuisine. The small Italian community is home to thousands of street vendors. The Jean Talon Market is Montreal's largest marketplace, with fresh fruits and vegetables in the market. There are a variety of cheeses and meats. Although the Marche Atwater market is small, it is also a concentration of Montreal snacks.