A walk along the pedestrian zone on de la Gauchetière Street and around the corner on Boulevard Saint-Laurent lets you discover the traditions and festivals of the Chinese community while enjoying this bustling neighbourhood, with its many restaurants, bars and grocery stores where old and new stand side by side. Here are our suggestions for drinking and eating Chinese food in Montreal.
You don’t have to go very far to lounge in the lap of luxury. Here are some of Montreal’s very own ultra-prestigious and lavish hotels, with services and amenities worthy of their hefty price tag.
When the kids head back to school, you know it’s also the season for apple picking... and the grape harvest, too! Return to your childhood by climbing a tree to pick the best fruit, or celebrate adult life with a good glass of wine, as you wish! Here are a few suggestions for orchards and vineyards to visit when fall rolls around. [Image credit: iStock.com/wholden]
Known for its world-class restaurants and nightlife, Montreal is a city that is absolutely worth visiting. If you’ve got the budget, planning a high roller stay, or you’re simply feeling a tad luxurious, book your stay at one of these high-end hotels.
Whether you're just visiting, or a long-time local, this list has some great ideas for places to make memories and have some good old fashioned family fun.
Montreal is well known for its eclectic party scene and strip clubs, and it’s most certainly a popular spot for bachelor parties. Here are a few ideas for daytime bachelor party activities leading into the big night.
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