As Canada’s second largest city, Montreal boasts a huge variety of attractions to enjoy, from museums and art galleries to historic sites and beautiful parks. There’s no doubt that it’s also a city of neighbourhoods which come together to form an enticing mix of diverse areas. Exploring these neighbourhoods, including the likes of Plateau Mont Royal and The Village, on foot is a great way to get a feel for what makes each one so unique.
On top of that, wandering these neighbourhoods is a great way to come across some of the city’s top bars and restaurants which are spread out all over the city. Whether you’re looking to try Canadian specialities or Italian cuisine, or if you want a sports bar or a dance club, you’ll find it here.
Montreal also boasts a huge variety of attractions. You can stroll along down by the Quays of the Old Port, check out the huge array of exhibits at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, admire the views of the city from the lookouts in Mont Royal Park or admire the stunning interior of the Notre-Dame Basilica, plus lots more.
With so much to keep you occupied, this city is one spot you won’t want to leave in a hurry.