Six Things to Do in Montreal

Canada, Montreal Guide (B): Six Things to Do in Montreal

I have a confession to make. Pretty much everyone who has been to Montreal will tell you it’s a GREAT, FANTASTIC, AMAZING city with a European vibe. Except me. I don’t know if I’m just being contrary but for me, Montreal has always been “meh”. Nevertheless, one day, I decided to give the city another try and my goal was to approach it like I was crafting a blog post. And mercy me, it worked. While I’m not a full convert, I think now I understand why people like this city so much.

A little background on this place, first. It is located in Quebec, Canada and is the largest city in the province. It is also the second largest city in Canada. Montreal sits on an island. Its official language is French but don’t worry about that if you’re visiting and don’t know the language – many people speak at least some English (which doesn’t help you if you’re trying to practice your French).

If you decide to give Montreal a whirl for a day or two, here are six things worth doing on your visit: ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Six Things to Do in Montreal
Guide Location: Canada » Montreal
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Kendra Seignoret
Read it on Author's Website: http://rustytraveltrunk.com/six-things-to-do-in-montreal/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Montreal’s Chinatown
  • Jean Talon Market
  • Old Montreal
  • Sainte Catherine
  • Basilique Notre-Dame De Montréal

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