Montreal Pocket Guide

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Located in the province of Quebec, Montreal is Canada's second largest city. This cosmopolitan, French-speaking city is home to a great selection of attractions which draw in large numbers of visitors from at home and abroad. Download our free pocket guide to find out about some of these attractions including Montreal Tower. This guide also features some great tips on how to save money in the city, plus lots more.

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In The Guide

  • Cheap Eats Find out what restaurants are best value for money and what are the local specialties.
  • Don't Miss A list of the best local attractions and places worth visiting whilst in Montreal.
  • Budget Tips Insider tips on how to save money or what to do when you don't have any!
  • A day in Montreal... Only have one day to spare? We give you our ultimate day in Montreal.

Montreal City Reviews

  • 80%


    Fun vibrant major city with interesting french influence and culture

    Great major city with its own culture and style you don't see in many places in north america. It helps to know a bit of french to navigate throughout the city, like reading signs and directions, but english was spoken well by nearly everyone so communication was never an issue. Great food and lots of interesting places to see!

    Insider Tip:Get a beaver tail from beavertails inc!

  • 70%


    Jazz Festival

    It was all about Jazz, even though US won women soccer world cup while my stay, it was all about Jazz. Pretty awesome for some people, pretty boring for others.

    Insider Tip:Get your groceries at Walmart, it has free parking lot, if you drove to Montreal only!

  • 60%



    I went to Montreal and Quebec city. I prefer Montreal lol I just stayed there for 2 days, i think it was little bit in hurry, but it was enough time to look around the whole city:)

  • 80%


    FOOD! My boyfriend and I visited montreal mostly because we had heard there was some great food, and we were right! So many cuisines with spectacular food! The mile end has some great food places and is great to walk around as well. We did the Mile End food tour which was very interesting and quite filling. Bikes are a great way to get around Montreal as there are bike paths everywhere.

  • 70%


    Montreal, je t'aime!

    My personal favourite North American City! It's one of the cities where you can find more or less everything in close proximity, although taking the metro makes it a lot easier. It's very lively and young, full of students. The Old Port area and the Plateau/Miles End have a lot of Quebecois charme and the Downtown area is good for shopping. For going out either the Old Port area or the Rue Crescent off St Catherine Street are perfect. Also, check out the museums, they're great!

    Insider Tip:Check out the Parc de la Fontaine in the Plateau Area. Also the all the cafés and little shops around Avenue du Mont Royal and Rue St Dennis are worth checking out. For a perfect refreshing in Winter or Summer, go to Leo le Glacier an Italian Ice Cream cafe at Avenue Duluth close to Parc de la Fontaine

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