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Flights to Montreal, Canada
Montreal is the second most populous city in Canada and the largest in the province of Quebec. It is often considered Canada’s cultural city, with a diverse arts scene. The architecture of the city is a mix of contemporary and medieval, with certain areas bearing a resemblance to Old Europe.
The main international airport in Montreal is the Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport.
- 17 km to central Montreal
- A taxi ride to central Montreal costs around RM128 (37 Canadian dollars) and takes about 18 minutes
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Best Time to Visit Montreal
The best times to visit Montreal are during Spring and Fall, from March to May and from September to November, when the weather is milder. However, festivals are held in Montreal all year round. The Montreal International Jazz Festival is held in late June and early July activities are also available during winter.
Things to do in Montreal
What to see in Montreal
Start your visit to Old Montreal from Places Jacques-Cartier, a square surrounded by historic buildings, restaurants and government buildings. Old Montreal’s architecture, such as the Basilique Notre-Dame, dates back to the 17th to 19th centuries.
For a getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city, go to Mont-Royal, a centrally located park that offers great views of the city from its height.
The city also has some spectacular cathedrals, such as the St Joseph’s Oratory and St Mary Queen of the World, built in 1894 as a smaller version of St Peter’s Cathedral in Rome.
Lovers of architecture definitely should not miss contemporary icons like the Stade Olympique and Habitat 67.
What to eat in Montreal
An iconic Quebecois dish to be had in Montreal is the poutine, fries covered with cheese and gravy. Also try kamouraska lamb and Arctic char, a type of fish native to the Canadian Arctic.
Otherwise, take your pick among numerous patisseries, English pubs, delis and markets.
This information is correct as of 30 July 2017.
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