Montreal Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia


Montreal is located in the middle of the St. Lawrence river in southwest Quebec. It is Canada’s second largest city and has the largest population of French speakers
outside of Paris. Montreal is a Canadian city with a French
soul, a big heart and a very hip attitude. A city that enchants visitors with an old-world
charm and an unpretentious love of good food and
festivals. The first Europeans to arrive here were from France and while the British later
claimed ownership, an elegant sophistication lingers like a perfume. Order un cafe, stroll the cobblestone streets of the Old City and soak up the history and
architecture of the area. Some of the buildings here date back to the
17th century, making it one of the oldest urban areas in
North America. The Old City is also a great place to discover
Montreal’s famous food scene. Visit one of the intimate bistros here and
order Poutine the locals love it. Or, follow your nose to one of the city’s
many wood fired ovens and try a real Montreal bagel. Walk off the delicious food with a stroll
around Place Jacques-Cartier, named after the intrepid explorer who claimed
Canada for France. When Mark Twain visited Montreal in the 19th
century he nicknamed it the “The City of a Hundred
Bell Towers.” The city’s churches are simply magnificent, especially the Christ Church Cathedral, the Josephs Oratory and the Notre Dame Basilica. But amidst all this history, Montreal is also
thoroughly hip. The city hosts more than 100 festivals throughout
the year but even if you happen to be here between
events, there is always something cool going on. Head to the Quartier Latin, popular for its artistic atmosphere, cafes
and clubs. Or visit Le Village on Saint Catherine Street
East which closes to cars in summer, making it
a great place to party. Another great area is Plateau Mont-Royal where you’ll discover groovy boutiques, funky cafes and colourful murals. For art of a different kind, head downtown to the the Golden Square Mile
and the Montreal Museum of Fine Art. Like Montreal itself, this museum combines
the old and new with great èlan. Admire exquisite works of the great masters as well as an impressive collection of local
and international contemporary art. In Montreal, even Mother Nature is chic. Get outside and enjoy the city the way Montrealers
do with a hike up Mont-royal, the 764 foot green jewel that rises from the
downtown area and gave the city its name. Or, discover the Montreal biodome, where five of the most beautiful ecosystems
in America have been recreated in what was once the olympic
velodrome. For more jewel-like color, visit the Montreal
Insectrium the largest insect museum in North America. Right next door is the Montreal Botanical
Garden. Stroll amongst the tranquil ponds in the Japanese
Zen garden. Experience the principles of yin and yang
in the Chinese Garden And of course, you can’t leave town without
a trip to La Ronde, the city’s beloved amusement park. Take a flume ride or brave one of the heart-stopping
roller coasters with names like Le Vampire and the Cobra. As the sun sets on your adventures, head back downtown and discover Montreal after
dark. Enjoy cool jazz, smoky blues or wind down with something a little more
quirky. European…Canadian….traditional…. cutting edge. Montreal is all of these things
but it is also so much more. With its french past and funky present, Montreal is a city with a certain je ne sais
quoi. A flavour and a feeling that is hard to define
but very easy to love.

100 thoughts on “Montreal Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

  1. Hi there.I Planed to move to Montreal.I am from Sri Lanka.
    Is that a good decision? "no opportunities other" is that true?. "here is racism everywhere " is that true? please help me find true story about Montreal

  2. Now, I don't know if you guys know anything about Canadians so let me tell you about Canadians. Canadians are liars, okay? Ever single Canadian I have ever met is a fucking liar. And they lie for no reason whatsoever. Now, don't get me wrong, they'll fucking tell you any number of epic unbelievably elaborate lies to separate you from your money and they will do it constantly. But they will also lie about stuff they don't have to lie about. Like if you asked one, What did you buy at the store? They'd tell you Oh, I bought some lettuce even though they bought carrots. That's the kind of people we're dealing with here.

  3. We were vacationing 3 days in Montreal. It is a nice place to visit in Canada. There are lots of places to be checked, but there are two things about the city: be aware of parking, it is a tourist trap if you did not live in Montreal, since you can not come back to fight for your injustified parking violation there (they would never care if their agents made a mistake). Secondly, there are mixtures between old architechures and new ones, it should be kept in seperate zones like European countries.

  4. Montréal propose deux types de cuisine: la poutine et un authentique bagel. Son métro est très efficace et possède plusieurs points de repère, notamment le mont Royal, le centre Bell et l'aéroport international Pierre Trudeau.

  5. I just made a short one minute vlog from my trip to Montreal and it was beautiful. The culture and people are friendly and I am from Toronto so this place was like Europe

  6. 50936965701- ovy rahmans new location, he calls from his computer

    These are very intelligent Bank Frauders who have people working inside of Canadian Banks and Institutions doing huge fraudulent activities. Ovy Rahman, who is a Bengali- has made atleast 1 million dollars in illegal fraud money, from doing Bankruptcy files, to having peoples personal identification, stolen pin pads and credit cards, as well as having people inside of banks doing fast transactions, overriding systems. These guys run an illegal operation online called Forex, or Bulk Fx or Forex exchange, promising people high rewards in stock market percentages- but end up stealing peoples money. They are into prostitution, drug dealing, rap. They make music videos with guns and money, exposing large drugs deals and rapping with famous thug rappers. Their whole circuit is rigged and they have many affiliates. The important thing to note is Ovy Rahman is an International bank frauder who works as an illegal accountant, and Anirban Qazi is associated with the Blood gang, and is a gangster + Bank frauder. These 2 individuals alone have accumulated 1 million dollars in fraud money.

    This is Anirban Qazi's old house number. He was born in Bangladesh but moved to this apartment for over ten years. He moved back to Bangladesh recently after filing illegal Canadian Bankruptcy in which he got fraud accountant Ovy Rahman to legitimize false businesses, and earnings to override the government system. They have people working inside the banks passing quick changes to accounts, increasing credit card limits, changing limits- opening illegal credit card lines.They have existing criminal records, with Anirban Qazi stabbing someone and going to court and getting away with it, due to him wiping off his fingerprints. They have a history for crime. Ovy Rahman, the international bank frauder for the group, bought a house in laval near 6th street, and used to reside in Montreal, Cartier for a long period of time with A man named Ronnie, A person who works in a Bank and does fraud hugely.

    Number of Suspects 2 Anirban Qazi + Ovy Rahman

    SUSPECT #1
    Anirban Qazi- Leader of a well organised Blood Gang in Montreal, Quebec of Canada Living a majority of his life in RDP. Montreal, Nord majority of his canadian life. He has a history of crimes and and is known to be affiliated in fast money making. He was born in Bangladesh near South Asia, and currently lives there- after filing illegal bankruptcy for himself, which he got a fake accountant to make it seem like to the "system" that his bankruptcy claim was legitimate. The accountant, Ovy Rahman…makes it seem like his friend Anirban Qazi is the owner of false businesses, as well as giving false job sources, as well as other necessary steps such as knowing bank tellers inside of banks and overriding the length of time it would take, for example if a credit limit is 1000 they can turn it into 4000 in a matter of seconds. Also, another example would be they have a friend working inside the bank, that at all times will make necessary changes and steps to peoples account to enhance the profile while claiming these bankruptcy claims. These changes affect the overall time and validity to the bankruptcy claims, but this person Ovy Rahman: Is an International bank frauder who does various of types of bank frauds- and has accumulated over 1 million dollars in fraud money. He is well known in the city, and in the streets by my people. Anirban Qazi- He is a Current frauder in various types, From drug dealing to fraudulent cards, files and account of other peoples profiles, Stealing and robbing from other peoples profiles, illegal bank information, credit information…They have their hands also in stolen pin pads, fake bank cards, others personal information to cheat banks, and he has future plans of murdering people. He was Born in the country Bangladesh but moved to Montreal Quebec over 10 years ago, at 11988 Monty..Somewhere in the building Apt 1, 2 or 3…I think 2, but not sure. His father co-owned the building, with partners of his- but i'm not sure if his name was on the papers. He Moved back to Bangladesh recently after filing Canadian Bankruptcy, which was done illegally. Has masterfully scammed many people in various ways before he left., including me and my sister for around 30,000 dollars- and is a very intelligent gang leader.

    Anirban Qazi- Started Working at GICMarkets
    May 24 — Accounts Manager
    Dhaka, Bangladesh
    GICM is the trading name for Global Integrated Capitech Markets which is a rapidly growing online Forex and CFD's brokerage services.
    (illegal company stealing money from others)

  7. only Manhattan and Montreal have that cool historic vibe – every other city in North America is a hogtown a la Toronto

  8. These videos are so informative and I love it! They give me such a great guide before my travels to think about content and where I want to go with it!

  9. I was in Montreal this year and is MAGIC, is like a small Europe in Canada, I made this video from my trip:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_7KEALpSLY&t=124s

  10. A Canadian city with a French twist. North America and France spent the night together and conceived a beautiful city named………Montreal.

  11. This was really informative! I recently went to Montreal and made a travel video as well 🙂 check it out if you want <3

  12. 🇮🇹❤️🇮🇹❤️🇨🇦❤️🇨🇦❤️City very clean, like all Canada, beautiful country and city. Great respect and admiration, from Rome.

  13. If you ever have questions about the city I will answer you in both languages, french and english

    si vous avez des questions sur la ville, je vous répondrai dans les deux langues, français et anglais

  14. Montreal … my hometown from the past 12 years! Great city to live! Cold and dark during winter, but with the underground city to scape! Fun and colourful during Summer and Fall. Great video!

  15. ProTips:
    1. Don't visit in the winter (late November-late February).
    2. Don't visit during construction season (google it, as its always changing, also the city is run by Italian Construction mobs so don't be surprised if you see random streets closed off for no reason with no work being done)
    3. Get an OPUS card and use the Metro system, its cheaper compared to regular fares, if you're going to be staying within the island its sometimes faster to take metro than a car.
    4. There are really good food outside the tourist areas, go to St Denis street, rue Notre-Dame-Ouest, Gay Village or Griffintown.
    5. Don't spend money unnecessarily, you're here to see the city, not to do/buy stuff you could in your own city. There is always something going on, go to the free stuff too.

  16. I prefer Montréal wayyy more than Paris its so beautiful with hints of north American life looks amazing love it and love esp old port area

  17. it looks really great ! after reading about it here https://www.tripsaddict.com/post/why-should-you-visite-montreal-during-summer and seeing ure video i will defenetly go 🙂 thnks for the work

  18. It’s the city I’ve fallen in love with, it’s the city you’ll fall in love with too! Welcome to Montreal! – Bienvenue à Montreal!

  19. I just came back for a week vacation in Montréal… absolutely incredible. I highly recommend staying in old town, where you will be walking distance to the square and also the pier. An absolutely stunning city with so much culture and magic

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