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Montreal is the second largest city in Canada but is still able to hold on to the character of a smaller town. With its rich history and French culture, Montreal is a mixture of old and new. The city has a thriving art community and is renowned for putting on spectacular festivals. As a unique city to all others in North America, visitors to Montreal will be delighted with what they find.
To get an idea of life in New France during the 18th and 19th centuries, a walking tour of Old Montreal will be a must.
For shopping afficionados, dowtown Montreal is full of shoppes, underground malls, designer boutiques plus hotels and restaurants to stay close to the activities.
Experience winter in the city in a whole new way!
Snow Village heads to Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau from mid-January to the end of March.
For the first time ever on western soil, try a unique hotel experience, a gastronomic adventure and a hub for cultural, sports and family activities and urban entertainment all in one.
From February 21 til March 3rd, come in from the snow and warm up with some mouth-watering gastronomic delights! Chefs from around the world will all be here to join in the festivities. For 14 years now this Montreal mid-winter Festival has been steaming with typical intensity, offering a soothing balm against the chill. This year, Argentina and Philadelphia invite you for a gourmet adventure.
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