With a normal January temperature of -9 degrees Celsius, you can comprehend why Montrealers would want to remain inside. This does not mean they remain at home, however. It just implies that the number of inhabitants in Montreal's city beneath the city, RÉSO, sees a populace blast amid the winter months. Under the avenues of the Quebec city lies 32 km of passages connecting more than twelve square kilometers of downtown Montreal. Malls, more than 30 films, display edifices, a library, historical centers, lodgings, 200 eateries, and even college structures involve more than 60 business and private buildings; making it the greatest underground system on the planet.
Feel like it's okay for the cat not to go out for a month. There are many shops and everything under the ground.
A manifestation of Canadian wisdom! Winter is cold and warm in the ground, but everything is convenient.
Underground city, here is the feeling of integration of catering, shopping, leisure and so on. It is still very lively and extraordinary. I recommend you to have a look.
It's interesting to link two bus hubs, up to ten subway platforms, catering, shopping, banking and so on.