2 days in montreal in mid june

(x0)  | By: threeland | 1,556 Views | 6 Replies

we are going to new england for about 10 days and have decided to spend 2 evenings in montreal. we enjoy wandering old neighborhoods and eating in inexpensive restaurants that cater to locals. we tend to avoid the tourist experiences and look more for a "living there flavor".

thanks

Pinterest auto follow

globe Explore Canada

6 Replies:

Offline
View Profile

John Dennis

United States United States
Hero Member7   Points

Posts: 149

Montreal is a historical site for visitors.
You should visit Old Montreal that is located at St-Lawrence river, south of downtown.
The other places are Olympic stadium and Montreal tower, Montreal botanical gardens,
and don't forget to have experience about air Canada grand prix

Offline
View Profile

johngeres

United States United States
Diamond1   Points

Posts: 43

Montreal is the second largest city in Canada, it is a city rich in culture and history, has an inordinate number of attractive, fashionably dressed people, and a well-deserved reputation as one of the liveliest cities in North America.

Montreal offers great budget dining. Venues are scattered all over the city, but the largest concentration of restaurants is along rues Saint-Laurent, Saint-Denis and Mont-Royal est he Plateau. Tasty and cheap ethnic food, ots of India buffets, can be found around the Jean-Talon market.

Offline
View Profile

Firefly

United States United States
Bronze Traveler0   Points

Posts: 4

I recommend Old Montreal for its beauty and interesting feel. It is, however, fairly touristy. I think there is a good reason for that though. There is also a famous Putin place (if you don't know what it is, it's french fries covered in cheese and gravy.. not diet food, but definitely a true Montreal thing) that is open really late at night. I can't remember what it's called unfortunately, but you could ask a local and they'd probably know.


Offline
View Profile

wickyyao

United States United States
Bronze Traveler0   Points

Posts: 8

You should visit Old Montreal that is located at St-Lawrence river, south of downtown..


Offline
View Profile

mariajames

United Kingdom United Kingdom
Gold Traveler0   Points

Posts: 23

The added places are Olympic amphitheater and Montreal tower, Montreal botanical gardens,

and don't overlook to accept acquaintance about air Canada admirable prix


Offline
View Profile

carolgreen77

Argentina Argentina
Silver Traveler0   Points

Posts: 17

 

 

it is famous for historical site .you may visit Montreal that is located at St-Lawrence river,south of downtown.


Post Merged: August 20, 2012, 09:58:54 PM


he Plateau. Tasty and cheap ethnic food, ots of India buffets, can be found around the Jean-Talon market


globe Explore Canada
calendar Calendar bookmark Bookmark mail Email print Print

Most Popular Attractions In Canada, You May Find Interesting...

  • Canada is one of the countries found in the northern hemisphere It is a North American country which has tall cities and fantastic landscapes right from the larger waterfalls of Niagara to the peaks of the Canadian Rockies There is also a prosperous cultural heritage displayed for tourists in many... Read More

    Most Wonderful Cities To Visit In Canada

    Rating: 5 Users

  • For many years Canada was unfairly staying in a shadow of it’s neighbour Today the country is gaining it’s popularity among tourist again The most famous symbols of the country are a maple leaf and hockey However Canada has many more things to offer Most of the tourist guides say that if you... Read More

    Five Enchanting Cities In Canada

    Rating: 5 Users

  • Canada is a developed country cum continent with the presence of all the attractive features The five fascinating tourist locations in Canada are as follow: Calgary The largest city in Alberta is Calgary; it is situated between Canadian Prairies and the foothills of the Canadian Rockies This is a... Read More

    Five Fascinating Tourist Locations In Canada

    Rating: 5 Users

  • Regina, Canada was once a hunting ground that was called ‘pile of bones’ by the Cree people Today, it has become an oasis in the prairie when it comes to tourism  Regina offers visitors a rich cultural life and major attraction locations The city offers visitors an inspiring jumble that is... Read More

    A Day In Regina, Canada

    Rating: 5 Users

Subscribe to Get The Latest Travel Articles!