What can Montreal offer you?
In addition to the active nightlife, diverse culture and excellent restaurants, Montreal has some remarkable attractions. Among these is Old Montreal, home to the stunning Notre Dame Basilica. Also worth a visit is Parc Jean Drapeau. This man-made island hosted Expo '67 and hosts the Grand Prix every year on the Gilles Villeneuve race track. In the middle of the track you'll come across a large golden building, the Montreal Casino, formerly the pavilion of France. The popular theme park La Ronde sits on the end of the island and is where the annual International Fireworks festival takes place in June and July. For the perfect view of the city go to the top of Mont Royal or take in the view from the rooftop terrace at Place Ville Marie, Montreal's tallest building. If you are an art lover, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is Canada's oldest, and one of its best.
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Montreal by night is an adventure waiting to happen. Internationally reputed to have the best nightlife in the world, no traveler leaves unfulfilled. With its hundreds of night clubs, whether it’s jazz or blues, classic, R&B, house, fusion, rock or dance, you'll find what you’re looking for here. Montreal has a vibrant and active Night Life that connoisseurs, party goers, and wanting adults adore. Remember, when you travel with us you'll be a VIP.
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The Fashion Metropolis
Montreal and New York are the only two cities in North America recognized as major fashion centers. You'll find an endless variety of stores offering cutting-edge trends.
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The Underground City
This city is also known for having the largest underground walkway in the world, linking 200+restaurants, 1700 boutiques, 30 movie theatres and halls, 10 subway stations and loads more.
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Golf and Skiing
An hour drive in any direction will take you to the Laurentians, the Eastern townships, or the Adirondacks, where you'll find the best ski hills on the East Coast. Montreal is also a golfer's paradise during the summer, with over 100 golf courses in the Greater Montreal area, including some of the best in Canada. These include the first golf course in North America, the Royal Montreal.
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Montreal, the only city in Canada to be entirely surrounded by water, is home to more than 90 marinas within a 1 hour drive offering plenty of water activities.
Montreal also has 466 miles (750 km) of bicycle paths, and was rated the best cycling city in North America by Bicycle magazine.
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Montreal is home to three professional teams: hockey, soccer and football. Watch the Habs play at the Bell Center and experience the Canadian hockey spirit with the Montreal Canadiens hockey. Visit the Montreal Impact soccer team defend their title or the football team, the Alouettes, part of the CFL.
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The Performing Arts
Greater Montreal is home to the internationally renowned Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Montreal Opera Company, and 30-odd other musical organizations, including the Orchestre Mtropolitain du Grand Montreal and the Orchestre Symphonique de Laval. There are some 60 theatre stages and 171 movie screens in the Montreal area.
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Every year, Montreal hosts to more than 40 festivals and major international events including North America's biggest jazz festival, the Just For Laughs festival and the international fireworks festival.
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