Montreal, the largest city in the French-speaking province of Quebec, provides a bridge between the cultures of Europe and the cultures of North America. It is a vibrant mix of French, English and immigrant cultures. Montreal is the party capital of Canada, and has the most fashionable and hip population.
From the Montreal Travel Guide
The manager in this hostel really sucks! I've told him why he charged me the remaining amount before my arrival, but he always chose not to answer！ Location is really good, just beside the Mont Royal Metro Station. ... more
I was really happy with yours Hotel If I comme ones aigain to Montreal i will take secken time a room in Hotel Villa ... more
The place is located centrally close to the Village. The area is very lively and it is close to many of the suggested sightseeings, old port/Montreal, st katherine street etc. Central subway station is very close and the central bus station is within 2' reach as well. I would suggest that for young couples. ... more
After a morning of travelling, we arrived in another french-speaking part of Canada, Montreal. The whole bus was very excited for one of the optional extras, which I think the entire bus signed up for - jet boating on the St. Lawrence River's famous rapids! What a trip! Probably our favourite extra so ...
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