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3 Days in Montreal: Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, September 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 1798 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Montreal is Canada's second largest city and considered by many to be "the cultural-capital of Canada." It was recently named the UNESCO city of design and is a huge economic and cultural ...  Read more

Quebec City Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, September 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 955 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Quebec is one of the oldest cities in North America, dating back to the 17th century, and is heavily influenced by European, especially French, culture. The city is divided between the Old Town and ...  Read more

Flavors of Quebec City

By Viator, July 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 75 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Founded in 1608, Quebec City, the capital of Quebec, Canada is one of the oldest cities in North America, filled with old world charm, cobble-stoned streets and delicious food at every corner. Aside ...  Read more

Montreal's Culinary Traditions

By Viator, May 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 49 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Montreal is the largest city in the province of Quebec and is Canada’s little slice of Europe. When visiting Montreal, most people plan to visit Mont Royal, take in the Tamtams, and shop, but you ...  Read more

Montreal Walking and Tram Tours

By Viator, May 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 789 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Old Montreal is best explored by foot – there’s no better way to fully appreciate the beautiful buildings and historic charm. On a guided walking tour, a local will lead you around the district, ...  Read more

Multi-Day Trips from Montreal

By Viator, March 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 712 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Montreal has a fortunate position in the south of Quebec, bordering Ontario and just a short drive from the US. Even in Quebec, there are more than enough places to take multi-day trips if you want ...  Read more

Wine Tasting in Montreal

By Viator, January 2014

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 33 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Ontario and British Columbia are the two largest producers of wine in all of Canada with Quebec coming up in third place. With France being the top producer of wine in the world of course Canada’s ...  Read more

Quebec City to Montreal

By Viator, August 2012

4.5 star rating: Recommended 672 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Montreal is a short 250-kilometer journey south of Quebec City, or about a three-hour drive by car. While both cities are extremely important to Quebec and the province’s history, each is entirely ...  Read more

Quebec City Murals

By kellythepea , USA, October 2010

The Vieux Quebec (Old Quebec City) neighborhood has several large format (often the whole side of a building) trompe-l'oeil murals depicting the early life, settlement and history of Quebec City. ...  Read more

Quebec Beer

By kellythepea , USA, October 2010

Quebec makes great beer! Definitely have a taste test at one of the pubs in Vieux Quebec. Many are of a Belgian style, somewhat higher alcohol and with robust flavors. My favorite is Maudite by ...  Read more

Montreal Opera

By Natalie Grant , USA, January 2013

Of all the reasons to visit Montreal , the biggest is arguably its distinct culture, particularly its music, art, and history. The Opéra de Montréal is the largest francophone opera ...  Read more

Montreal in Winter

By Natalie Grant , USA, December 2012

Montreal ‘s Old-World architecture creates an atmosphere that goes well with wintertime—the cobblestone, the history, and even the chocolate are a superb fit for winter visits. However, just ...  Read more

Shopping in Old Montreal

By Natalie Grant , USA, November 2012

The historic district of Old Montreal (Vieux-Montréal) and its 17th-century buildings are some of the oldest pieces of architecture on the continent. Notre-Dame Basilica , Place d’Armes,  ...  Read more

5 Things to Eat in Montreal

By Natalie Grant , USA, June 2012

Montreal , like all multicultural cities, is not short on places to dine, drink, or munch; especially in the downtown area, you’ll find as many Asian and European cuisine choices as you would in ...  Read more

Pointe-à-Callière Museum

By Natalie Grant , USA, March 2012

Sometimes the most fascinating view is found not by looking up at the stars or across a cityscape but straight beneath you – in this case, at layers of history stacked atop one another in Montreal‘s ...  Read more

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