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Downtown Montréal 2 , Montreal, Quebec , Montreal, Quebec City Hall , Montreal, Quebec Osheaga, Music Festival , Montreal, Quebec Maison symphonique , Montreal, Quebec Victoria Square , Montreal, Quebec Bell Centre , Montreal, Quebec Cruises , Montreal, Quebec Christ Church Cathedral , Montreal, Quebec Cycling path , Montreal, Quebec Bota Bota , Montreal, Quebec Crescent Street , Montreal, Quebec Old Port of Montréal 2, Montreal, Quebec International Jazz Festival , Montreal, Quebec Saint-Paul Street , Montreal, Quebec New York Life Insurance , Montreal, Quebec Old Montréal 3, Montreal, Quebec Old Montréal 2, Montreal, Quebec Casino de Montréal , Montreal, Quebec Old Montréal , Montreal, Quebec Vieux-Montréal , Montreal, Quebec Montcalm Street , Montreal, Quebec Bixi Bike Rental , Montreal, Quebec Museum of Archaeology and History , Montreal, Quebec 18th-century Public Market , Montreal, Quebec Aix Cuisine du Terroir , Montreal, Quebec St. George's Anglican Church , Montreal, Quebec Chinatown 2, Montreal, Quebec Chinatown , Montreal, Quebec World Trade Centre Montréal , Montreal, Quebec Bonsecours Terraces , Montreal, Quebec Biosphère, Environment Museum , Montreal, Quebec Prince Arthur Street , Montreal, Quebec Downtown Montréal , Montreal, Quebec Complexe les Ailes , Montreal, Quebec Maison Saint-Gabriel , Montreal, Quebec McGill College Avenue, Montreal, Quebec Place Jacques-Cartier , Montreal, Quebec Old Port of Montréal , Montreal, Quebec Parc Jean-Drapeau, Montreal, Quebec Outdoor staircases in winter, Montreal, Quebec Terrace on Saint-Denis Street , Montreal, Quebec Dorechester Square , Montreal, Quebec Centre d’histoire de Montréal , Montreal, Quebec Downtown , Montreal, Quebec

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Montreal, Quebec

Map Montreal, Quebec, Canada

French-speaking Montreal is the largest city in Quebec and the second largest in Canada. It offers an upscale and trendy vibe, as well as appealing to those looking for a bohemian and eclectic city, with plenty of independent stores and restaurants to browse. Montreal has four very distinct seasons, with hot and humid summers, giving into breathtaking falls and frigid winters.

Just a short distance from the Laurentians, and a winter that offers snowfall from November through March, the city has established itself as a great base for ski and winter sports enthusiasts. Visitors and its 1.6 million population have diverse cultural and entertainment opportunities from which to choose, with Montreal boasting the selection and quality of theaters, restaurants, museums and shops befitting of a sophisticated big city.


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