Holidays To Montreal

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Montreal is a city in the Canadian province of Quebec. It is the largest city in the province, the second largest city in Canada, and the largest French speaking city in the Americas. Historically the commercial centre of Canada, it remains one of the commercial, cultural, and educational centres of the country. Montreal is also a hub of tourism, aerospace, technology, design, pharmaceuticals, and gaming owing to its significant contributions to these fields. Travel Center provides the perfect holidays to Montreal, whether you are a frequent traveller or on your first holiday in years. We make sure you travel in safety and in comfort, as we have partnered with world-class airlines to take you to Montreal. Montreal is known for its cultural festivals, including the world-famous Montreal Comedy Festival, Montreal Fireworks Festival, and many others. Montreal is known for its impressive collection of historical and modern architectural styles spanning its diverse neighbourhoods. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to Montreal, and makes sure yours is a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Montreal with us and experience the largest city in Quebec, Canada at its very best.

Holidays to Montreal

Montreal, Canada

Sofitel Montréal Le Carré Doré - £762 PP

Montreal

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Montreal, Canada

Hotel & Spa Mont Gabriel - £585 PP

Montreal

Canada

599 Nights

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Montreal, Canada

Hotel St-Sauveur - £512 PP

Montreal

Canada

5 Nights

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -5:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Air Canada, British Airways, Air Transat, Air France, American Airlines

Languages

English, French

Best Time to Travel

April to May, September to October

Modes of Transport

Taxi, Car, Bike, Metro, Bus, Train

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 2.05 CAD

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Mont Royal

Ascending 233 meters over the city and it's the green lung close to the city hub. A walk between this beautiful park allows the guest to view memorials to Jacques Cartier and King George VI. From the top, there transpires a spectacular view of the entire 51-kilometer stretch of the Île de Montréal and the St. Lawrence.

Old Montreal

An extraordinary collection of structures dating from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. The region has the lovely sense of a Parisian-style section, located as it is amid the waterfront and the business center. Its various ancient locations, streets, and monuments are ideally toured on foot. Don't miss; Notre-Dame Basilica, Old Port and Place Jacques-Cartier.

Parc Jean Drapeau

Île Sainte-Hélène and the imitation island of Notre-Dame were the area of Expo '67, now familiar as Parc Jean Drapeau. The Biosphere is now a museum committed to ecological matters. The structure is created in the form of a globe and is the biggest such construction in the world.

Botanical Garden

Parc Maisonneuve, combines the extremely creative botanical garden. At Jardin Botanique, tourists are pulled in specifically to the Japanese and Chinese Gardens, unusual glasshouses, and exhibits of orchids and bonsai. There is a fascinating Insectarium and large farms on the grounds, and also ponds aiding a range of birds.

Rue Sherbrooke

Likely the city's most stylish street, it's the backbone of the city and the site of various prime museums and organizations. The McCord Museum of Canadian History has an marvellous selection of displays on Canada's social past, The Musée des Beaux Arts is the most ancient museum and holds huge groups of painting and carvings.

Places Jacques-Cartier

An assembly site in Old Montréal that's particularly active during summer, Place Jacques-Cartier is a famous travellers destination encircled by ancient structures, attractive gardens, public resources, and restaurants. At the uphill section, there is a Nelson's Column and the magnificent Montréal City Hall.

Notre-Dame Basilica

The ancient church, Notre-Dame Basilica, is positioned in a far majestic embodiment than the genuine. The twin towers of the neo-Gothic front face Place d'Armes. A complex and splendid interior is the work of Victor Bourgeau. Round the year, an evening light and sound show relates the story of Montréal's establishment.

Olympic Park

The location of the 1976 Summer Olympics. With the seashell-formed Olympic Stadium at its center, the park is a crucial leisure destination. Other areas inside the park comprise the blanketed botanic-zoological Biodôme garden, the inventive botanical garden, and selections of creepy-crawlies at the Insectarium.

St. Joseph's Oratory

Committed to Canada's patron saint, it's a center for pilgrims, with its large Renaissance-style curved basilica dating to 1924. Brother André of the Congrégation de Sainte-Croix tomb is in one section of the shrine in the genuine chapel. Votive presents are exhibited in a second chapel.

St. Mary Queen of the World

The Catholic Mary Queen of the World Cathedral, east of Place du Canada, was constructed in 1894 as a tinier edition of St. Peter's in Rome. The huge figures portray the patron saints of the Archbishopric of Montréal during the 19th century. A chain of portraits by Georges Delfosse recite Montréal's violent past.