When it’s time for a getaway, Montreal is a choice destination
for lots of fun activities. Every day brings something new and a
new part of the city to discover!
For a striking view of the metropolis,
head up to the 360° Observatory at Place Ville Marie and see if
you can spot all of the city’s landmarks. While you’re taking in
the panoramic view, enjoy bistro fine dining at Les Enfants
Terribles on its impressive rooftop patio.
Follow up with a visit of the McCord Museum to learn about life in Montreal at various periods of time.
The museum focuses on the preservation and appreciation of the
city’s social and cultural history, from its beginnings to the
present day. It is home to one of the largest collections of
objects, artifacts, archives and photographs in North America and
features several temporary exhibitions every year.
Feel like doing something a bit more
active? Why not go for a spin (or two!) around the indoor skating
rink at Atrium le 1000. The temperature is always just right, and
you can take advantage of the skate rental service and grab a bite
at one of the food court’s many restaurants. Enjoy the casual
ambience and upbeat music while you get some exercise!
Montreal is a hub of entertainment!
Day 2: In and
around the Quartier des spectacles
Located on the fifth floor of the
Eaton Centre mall, the Grévin Museum is great fun and displays the
wax likenesses of more than 120 local and international
celebrities. Snap a few selfies next to the statues of your
favourite stars, placed in fabulous settings!
Spend a distinguished evening at Le
Balcon Cabaret Music-Hall, located at the heart of the Quartier des spectacles entertainment district. Mixing elements of a
New-York-style cabaret and a Parisian dinner-theatre, Le Balcon
specializes in dinner-shows and a variety of live music acts
presented in a suave atmosphere. Check it out and get your tickets
online – you’re in for a wonderful time!
Day 3: The Old
Start the day on a soothing note at
Bota Bota. This magnificent spa is located on a boat anchored to
the Old Port of Montreal and is an amazing place to go to for a
moment of pure bliss.
Continue exploring the metropolis
thanks to Montréal en Histoires, a mobile app that brings you on a
tour of the tourist attractions in Old Montreal. The app lets you
access more than one hundred descriptions, augmented reality
features and multimedia content as you stroll along the
The dinner-cruises offered by
Bateau-Mouche and AML Cruises are quintessential Montreal
activities that let you admire the cityscape from the river as you
relax on the water and treat yourself to the best in fine dining.
Parc Jean-Drapeau is a peaceful oasis
just minutes from downtown
Day 4: Parc
Easy to get to by metro, Parc
Jean-Drapeau is a peaceful oasis where vitality, art of living and serenity coexist.
Its many attractive features make it a favourite of families,
couples and groups of friends. Visit the Biosphère, environment
museum, have a blast at the La Ronde amusement park or simply set
up a picnic next to the river. The park is also
the venue of a number of major festivals and concerts every year.
Finish your day with a bit of luxury
and an excellent meal at Le Montréal, a seafood and grill
restaurant located inside the Casino de Montréal. Get ready for an
exciting night! In addition to offering a wide selection of table
games, the casino has many restaurants and bars and presents free
shows as well as entertaining dinner-shows at its cabaret.
There’s so much to see and do in
Suggested places to stay:
Hotel Gouverneur Place Dupuis
Hotel le Crystal
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