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This area is populated by 1,600,000 people.
Quebec's capital, Quebec City, sits 230 kilometres away from Montreal, while Sainte-Catherine lies 11 kilometres away.
Notre Dame Basilica and Saint Joseph's Oratory are, of course, the most internationally famous sights in Montreal.
If you're holidaying with the entire family, outings to La Ronde and Montreal Insectarium will most definitely put big grins on everyone's faces! If that isn't enough to wear the little ones out, why not head along to the Imperial Cinema or the Cinematheque Quebecoise as well?
Want to encourage your kids’ curiosity about wildlife? Take them to visit Bird and Flower Sanctuary, where inquisitive young minds will discover what an animal enjoys eating, what sound it makes and a whole lot more!
If you believe beer and man were destined to be together, don't miss a visit to the Verger Lacroix & Cidrerie. The brewers' love for this heavenly drop can be found in every bottle.
Start your night out with some blackjack and sparkling lights at the Montreal Casino. It's an excellent place to get the party started!
For a nice day out, make the trip to the Montreal Botanical Garden or the Montreal Biodome. The wandering pathways and beautifully sculpted garden beds are a joy to the senses. Many tourists also like to take a leisurely walk around the Japanese Garden.
Remember those laid-back childhood days spent lying down in the grass watching clouds float by? Relive those good times at Mount Royal Park and Champ de Mars. Also think about finding a nice patch of grass and whiling away a pleasant afternoon at at Place du Canada or Lafontaine Park.
Get the most out of your stay in Montreal by getting a little help from the experts at Peter B Yeomans Cultural Centre. Greater Montreal Convention and Visitors Bureau and Infotouriste Centre also have a collection of useful resources such as pamphlets and maps.
Keep an eye out for the diverse wildlife at St-Lambert Lock. Or, if you're chasing a bit of action, why not ask about water sports at Lac des Castors?
Find it hard to imagine taking a trip and not being near the water? Saint-Timothee Islands Beach is waiting for you.
If you're looking to recharge those batteries, you'll find plenty of nature reserves and parks to explore. Start off with a breath of clean air at Centre de la Nature or Arena Rosemere. For those who haven't quite had their fill, Parc Nature du Cap-St-Jacques and Bois-de-Liesse Nature Park are two more worth visiting.
If you're looking to learn something new or even just find shelter from a rainy day, the Canadian Centre for Architecture and the Canadian Railway Museum ought to be on your list. Ask about guided tours or study the displays on your own. Museum nerds also need to go to Montreal Canadiens Hall of Fame and Lachine Museum.
The wonderful world of science never ceases to impress us. Expand your mind with the latest and greatest in technology and innovation at the Biosphere and the Cosmodome. For even more mind-blowing exhibits, add the Montreal Science Centre and Montreal Planetarium to your itinerary of discovery.
We're not exactly sure how the Redpath Museum and the Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History have managed to amass so many of this planet's fascinating treasures into just two buildings. A visit to either will have you engrossed all day long. For more displays from the natural world, stop by the Pointe-a-Calliere Museum.
In a place chock-full of excellent art collections, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts manage to stand out from the bunch. Also enquire into what exhibitions and events are on at the Walter Klinkhoff Gallery and the Claude Lafitte Gallery.
Calling all history buffs! You can explore the vivid and varied past of the area at the McCord Museum and the Chateau Ramezay Museum. For an even greater insight into past events, also think about visiting the Montreal History Centre and the Stewart Museum at St Helen's Island.
Want to better understand Montreal's past? Make your way to Smith House and the Victoria Square. The Place Bonaventure and Montreal City Hall are two more worthwhile sights.
Jacques Cartier Bridge and Victoria Bridge might not play quite as much of a role in connecting the city as they did generations ago, but they're still well-known tourist experiences.
You don't need to be spiritual to see Christ Church Cathedral and Saint Genevieve Church, two attractions famous for their historical and religious value. Want an even deeper look into Montreal's religious customs? Continue on to St. James United Church and Grand Seminary of Montreal.
Don't pack up your suitcase just yet, there's still lots to do! Have you stopped at the Place des Arts and Palais de Justice yet? Or, head to the Fonderie Darling and Parc Jean-Drapeau.
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There's no need to pay top dollar to have a decent night's rest in Montreal. The Hotel Le Roberval, located at 505 Rene-Levesque East, and the Hotel Travelodge Montreal Centre, at 50 René-Lévesque St. West, are both relaxing and cheap as chips. Alternatively, let the friendly staff at the ApartHotelMontréal or the Ritz-Carlton, Montréal take care of your every need. After all, what are getaways for if not spoiling yourself?
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