Flights to Montreal
A fascinating glimpse of France in North America!
From the old city to the bars, clubs and food choices, Montreal is more French than North American. Yet, it’s different. Excitingly so! Warm, friendly people and an easy city to walk around Montreallers take their shopping, their malls and their sport seriously!
Big city choices
Ice Hockey - you must, must, must see a full-on game of ice hockey, preferably at the Molson Stadium
Food - walk Rue Ste Catherine and dine wherever you fancy (young, eclectic and fun)
Museums - the Fine Arts Museum is a stand out
Exercise - climb Mont Royal and gaze down on the city, picnic in this glorious park
Old Montreal - setting for many a movie and a cobble-stoned delight full of bars and chic restaurants
Shopping - go underground and trek for miles in the cavernous underground malls
History - the Notre-Dame Basilica was built in 1656; a beautiful interior
A slice of old Europe in America
Montreal is a quirky example of what happens when a culture takes off far from its home base. Montreal today is a big city with big city things to do and see, yet it’s a remarkable place full of Canadian friendliness and some of the best food, beers and bars in North America. Go!