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Inspiring guides for your holiday to Montreal
Defined by its colonial core, Montreal wows with its ancient stone buildings and narrow cobblestone streets. Alongside all this history and culture Montreal offer an amazing food scene; established Jewish delis, hipster bars and an array of alfresco bistros and cafes.
To help you weave your way through the city’s fascinating neighbourhoods, thriving arts scene and multitude of trendy eateries and bars, check out our great Montreal travel guides.
Hailed as the most eclectic of Canada’s cities, it is fuelled by a flourishing arts scene, legendary festivals, swanky eateries, designer-led boutique hotels and a blend of the old and new.
Montreal has been long-renowned for it's thriving art scene, and is known as one of North America's most creative cities. It's also emerging as one of the most exciting places to witness boundary-breaking art. We have listed the city's top art-spotting venues, from magnificent museums to cosy art cafes.
Locals in Montreal are the ultimate foodies – and with so many innovative restaurants (almost 6,000 to be exact!), it’s no wonder Montreal is one of the top food and drink cities in Canada. From the quirky to the luxurious, here are our top 10 restaurants in Montreal.
Renowned as the cultural capital of Canada, this French-speaking city offers distinct personalities in each of it's wonderful neighbourhoods. From the beautiful Centre-Ville and bustling Vieux-Montreal, to the authentic restaurants and shops of China Town and Little Italy, there is an abundance of creative neighbourhoods to explore.
Listed as one of the world's top foodie cities, Montreal offers a thriving food and drink scene, from it's divine restaurants and quirky bars to its wonderful selection of microbreweries, wine lounges and farmers' markets; we've compiled a list of some of the greatest venues the city has to offer.