Montreal Travel Guide

May 22, 2018


Montreal Travel Guide

Welcome to Montreal

Montreal is a gorgeous destination and a welcomed change of pace for New Yorkers in the spring, summer and fall months but very romantic and ethereal in the winter.  It’s a contemporary Canadian city with a European feel.

You need to spend at least five days here to truly experience all the neighborhoods.  Make reservations at Au Pied de Cochon for an unforgettable night of foie gras then have brunch at Tommy’s in Old Montreal (the decor is so cute and Instagram worthy).  Don’t forget to pop into some of the fabulous art galleries.  You’ll also want to ride La Grande Roue de Montreal  aka the ferris wheel.

There’s so much to do, shop, eat and play.


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