About Montreal

Montreal is the largest city in Canada's Quebec province. It is set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River and named after Mt. Royal, the triple-peaked hill at its heart. Its boroughs, many of which were once independent cities, include neighbourhoods ranging from cobblestoned, French colonial Vieux-Montreal with the Gothic Revival Notre-Dame Basilica at its centre to bohemian Plateau. Montreal's renowned Museum of Fine Arts displays collections from antiquity to the present. The International Jazz Festival and Just for Laughs comedy festival are major summer events, while winter brings the Fete des Neiges the popular snow festival. The enormous Underground City is a series of shop-filled tunnels and complexes connecting various Metro stations. The sprawling Botanical Garden presents thematic gardens and greenhouses, while the Biodome is an enclosed, modernist structure containing several distinct ecosystems. There are hiking paths to the top of Mt. Royal, the site of a park, and a large, illuminated cross.
Montreal Botanical Garden

Montreal Botanical Garden is a large botanical garden in Montreal comprising 75 hectares of thematic gardens and greenhouses. It is considered to be one of the most important botanical gardens in the world due to the extent of its collections and facilities. It contains a greenhouse complex full of plants from around the world, and a number of large outdoor gardens, each with a specific theme. The outdoor gardens are bare and covered with snow from about November until about April, but the greenhouses are open to visitors year-round, hosting the annual Butterflies Go Free exhibit from February to April.
Montreal Biodome

Montreal Biodome is a facility located at Olympic Park in the Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighborhood of Montreal that allows visitors to walk through replicas of four ecosystems found in the Americas. The Montreal Biodome is one of four facilities that make part of the largest natural science museum complex in Canada. A variety of animals live in each simulated habitat, ranging from the macaws in the Tropical Forest to the lynx in the Laurentian Forest, to the penguins in the Antarctic and the different kinds of fish that inhabit the waters of the Saint Lawrence River.
Saint Joseph's Oratory

Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal is a Roman Catholic minor basilica and national shrine located in Montreal. It is a National Historic Site of Canada and is Canada's largest church, with one of the largest church domes in the world. The basilica, as it stands today, comprises many parts, including the Crypt Church, located underneath the basilica, the Votive Chapel, between the Crypt and the rock of Mount-Royal, the Shrine, which encompasses the nave, apse and transept, and the dome.
Mount Royal

Mount Royal is a large intrusive rock hill or small mountain in the city of Montreal. The City of Montreal takes its name from Mount Royal. The hill is part of the Monteregian Hills situated between the Laurentians and the Appalachian Mountains. The mountain is the site of Mount Royal Park one of Montreal's largest greenspaces.
Parc Jean-Drapeau

Parc Jean-Drapeau is situated to the east of downtown Montreal. It comprises two islands, Saint Helen's Island and the artificial island Notre Dame Island. The park was renamed in honor of Jean Drapeau, the late mayor of Montreal and initiator of Expo 67. The islands also boast numerous hiking and skiing trails, bike paths, large athletic grounds, and diverse other services and conveniences.
Old Montreal

Old Montreal is a historic neighborhood within the municipality of Montreal. It was founded by French settlers in 1642 as Fort Ville-Marie, Old Montreal is home to many structures dating back to the era of New France. In the eastern part of the old city, the following notable buildings can be found such as Montreal City Hall, Bonsecours Market, and Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel, as well as preserved colonial mansions, such as the Château Ramezay and the Sir George-Étienne Cartier National Historic Site of Canada.
Space for Life

Space for Life is a museum district in Montreal. It brings together the city's four most prominent natural museums the Montreal Biodome, the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium, Montreal Botanical Garden, and Montreal Insectarium. Space for Life promotes principles of sustainable development and seeks at all times to protect biodiversity.
Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel

Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel is a church in Old Montreal and is one of the oldest churches in Montreal, it was built in 1771 over the ruins of an earlier chapel. The chapel now also houses the Marguerite Bourgeoys Museum, dedicated to the life of St. Marguerite Bourgeoys and to the early history of Montreal and the chapel site.
Notre-Dame Basilica

Notre-Dame Basilica is a basilica in the historic district of Old Montreal. The interior of the church is amongst the most dramatic in the world and regarded as a masterpiece of Gothic Revival architecture. The vaults are coloured deep blue and decorated with golden stars, and the rest of the sanctuary is decorated in blues, azures, reds, purples, silver, and gold. It is filled with hundreds of intricate wooden carvings and several religious statues.
Bonsecours Market

Bonsecours Market is a two-story domed public market. For more than 100 years, it was the main public market in the Montreal area. It also briefly accommodated the Parliament of United Canada for one session in 1849. The market today accommodates the Conseil des métiers d’art du Québec, the Fashion Museum, shops of Quebec crafts people, and restaurants that showcase local products.
Best Time To Visit Montreal

The best time to visit Montreal is from March to May and from September to November when the weather is mild.

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