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Flights To Montreal

Flights To Montreal

There's just one phrase that truly captures the spirit of Montreal: multifaceted. This city reflects the convergence between the Ancient and Modern Worlds, with the buildings of the 18th century merging into the skyline of the 21st century. Old houses are now home to funky fusion bars, and the familiar tone of English is juxtaposed with the rolled

Major Attractions

Old Montreal (Vieux-Montréal): While the site of theoriginal city of Montreal; Vieux-Montréal is the centre of the history of thecity. Given the growing urbanization of the area, not much has changed in thisneighborhood. Horse-drawn carriages cross cobblestone streets and meander pastpopular places such as the Basilique Notre-Dame, the Hôtel de Ville (TownHall), the Vieux-Port (Old Port) and the Marché Bonsecours (Bonsecours Market).

Montreal Botanical Garden: Owing to 10 largegreenhouses – each customized to a particular theme – the 190-acre botanicalgardens are home to more than 22,000 species of flora and give a scenicyear-round respite from the middle of the metropolis. Take considerable timestrolling around the tranquil bonsai trees in the Japanese Garden or learningabout the concepts of yin and yang in the Chinese Garden, which exhibits MingDynasty designs from the 14th to the 17th century. The outside gardens includea colorful rose garden and a spectacular alpine garden.

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts: Montreal's mostprominent museum has been developing its fine arts collection for more than 150years. Celebrate an remarkable collection of Canadian and foreign paintings,including paintings by famous artists such as Rembrandt, El Greco, Renoir,Cézanne and Picasso. Other notable museum collections include 18th-centuryEnglish porcelain, World War I objects and a variety of exquisite pieces offurniture crafted by Frank Gehry.

Jean-Talon Market: In a world populated byover-refrigerated, fluorescently lit stores, the Jean-Talon Market ispractically a breath of fresh air and one of the biggest public markets inNorth America. Located a block or two away from Boulevard Saint-Laurent(accessible from the Jean-Talon metro station of the Blue Line), this open-airmarket is full of aromas of grilled sausages, Quebec cheeses, new vegetables,home-grown spices and hand-made chocolates.

Major Attractions

Old Montreal (Vieux-Montréal): While the site of theoriginal city of Montreal; Vieux-Montréal is the centre of the history of thecity. Given the growing urbanization of the area, not much has changed in thisneighborhood. Horse-drawn carriages cross cobblestone streets and meander pastpopular places such as the Basilique Notre-Dame, the Hôtel de Ville (TownHall), the Vieux-Port (Old Port) and the Marché Bonsecours (Bonsecours Market).

Montreal Botanical Garden: Owing to 10 largegreenhouses – each customized to a particular theme – the 190-acre botanicalgardens are home to more than 22,000 species of flora and give a scenicyear-round respite from the middle of the metropolis. Take considerable timestrolling around the tranquil bonsai trees in the Japanese Garden or learningabout the concepts of yin and yang in the Chinese Garden, which exhibits MingDynasty designs from the 14th to the 17th century. The outside gardens includea colorful rose garden and a spectacular alpine garden.

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts: Montreal's mostprominent museum has been developing its fine arts collection for more than 150years. Celebrate an remarkable collection of Canadian and foreign paintings,including paintings by famous artists such as Rembrandt, El Greco, Renoir,Cézanne and Picasso. Other notable museum collections include 18th-centuryEnglish porcelain, World War I objects and a variety of exquisite pieces offurniture crafted by Frank Gehry.

Jean-Talon Market: In a world populated byover-refrigerated, fluorescently lit stores, the Jean-Talon Market ispractically a breath of fresh air and one of the biggest public markets inNorth America. Located a block or two away from Boulevard Saint-Laurent(accessible from the Jean-Talon metro station of the Blue Line), this open-airmarket is full of aromas of grilled sausages, Quebec cheeses, new vegetables,home-grown spices and hand-made chocolates.

Best Time to Visit

The great season to visit Montreal is from March to May andfrom September to November, when the weather is milder and hotel vacancies runsmoothly. But apart from the fluctuating prices, you're going to figure outthat there's almost no wrong time for a holiday here. Hot summer temperaturesmake exploring on foot even more fun, while the heated tunnels of theUnderground City offer shelter during the winter. If you're drawn to atemperate summer, make sure to book in advance: Montreal hosts a variety offamous festivals season.

FACTS

Area:431.5 km²

Province: Quebec

Population: 17.8 lakhs (2017) United Nations

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