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What to do in Montreal?

Don’t like to sit still ?  Here are some websites that will help you plan the ultimate trip with never a dull moment!

 

Art & culture

 

To discover Montreal

  • La Vitrine.com

    La Vitrine offers a central box office providing cultural information and last-minute and regular-priced tickets, devoted to the promotion of all artistic activities presented in the Greater Montreal area.

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  • Tourisme Montréal

    Information about Montréal hotels, restaurants, attractions and festivals.

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  • Muséums Nature Montréal

    The Magic of Lanterns September 10 to October 31. Under a starry sky, this year’s Magic of Lanterns show is inspired by the most famous piece in the history of Chinese painting: Qing Ming Shang He Tu, illustrating Ancestors Day, a highlight of the lunar calendar. Come brighten up your evenings this fall!

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  • Petit Futé Guide

    More than a title distributed throughout the world, it is a mindset that guided the Petit Futé's approach for the past 30 years: making guides that really respond to user needs.

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  • Ulysses travel guides

    Written and compiled by Montrealers, the Ulysses Travel Guide Montréal takes you on a journey through the eclectic neighbourhoods of Québec's metropolis Whether you're passionate about culture, architecture, the great outdoors, history, museums or shopping, this guide has you covered…everything you need to experience the best of Montréal!

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  • moreMontreal

    MoreMontreal.com is the most complete directory of Montreal area web site that also offers other sections like an apartment search site with interactive maps, a carpooling service to share rides, an urban and tourism guide and a list of events. There's much more to find on MoreMontreal.com.

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  • Global Reservation

    Global Réservation is a reservation center, combined with a website which groups together several lodging facilities (www.global-reservation.com) , a tourist guide of Quebec (Guide touristique du Québec) which presents all the places of interest, activities, events and other touristic services that can help you plan your vacation in Quebec (www.quebec-guidetouristique.travel) and a tourism newsletter (Quebec’s Seasons) which is published for every season (www.quebecensaisons.com)

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  • InfoTouriste

    Infotouriste.ca guides tourists towards all the CONCERTS, SHOWS and FESTIVALS from the different districts in Canada. Watch the videos Info Sortie to know where to go out.

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  • Frommer's

    One of the most reputable guidebooks around, the Frommer’s series has been a bestseller since 1957, the year of publication of its now-famous Europe on $5 a Day.

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  • Bonjourmontréal.com

    Bonjourmontreal.com is a portal that promotes events in the area of Montreal, theater, films, upcoming shows, calendars, this week events, books, videos, music, discovery, family, jazz, festivals, conferences, youth, arts and entertainment, leisure.

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  • Local Montreal tours

    Local Montréal Tours offers local food and craft beer walking tours by visiting the Mile-End and the unique brewpubs of the city. Our mission at Local Montreal Tours is to provide you not only with an experience of Montreal’s local products, but also with a taste of Montreal herself. 

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  • Roomorama

    Roomorama is a one-stop platform that provides short-term accommodation rentals conveniently, securely and globally. Its vibrant online marketplace connects homeowners and property managers with discerning travellers who are looking for a place to stay out of the tourist bubble - to live like a local. Select over 20,000 accommodation listings in more than 450 cities worldwide. 

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  • Centre de commerce mondial de Montréal

    Occupying a large city block in Old Montréal, the World Trade Centre Montréal comprises historic buildings that were fully renovated then linked together by a spectacular glass-covered promenade where strolling is a pleasure in any season. A true indoor village, this chic, multipurpose complex features a great shopping gallery with more than 20 boutiques, restaurants, cafés and service outlets.

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  • Guide Prestige / Plaisirs de vivre

    Plaisirs de Vivre/Living with Style is Montreal’s premiere Lifestyle-design magazine.  Plaisirs de Vivre has enriched our readers with cultural, design, and shopping information for over 20 years. Targeted to 70,000 of Montreal’s most affluent homes, published six times per year. Le Guide Prestige Montreal is the Official in –room publication of the Hotel Association of Greater Montreal. Distributed in over 75 hotels, Le Guide reaches 6,000,000 visitors to guide them as to where to go, what to do, and how to spend their time and money.

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  • Bonjour Québec

    Official tourist site of the Government of Québec.

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  • Friends os Saint-Laurent Boulevard

    The Friends of Saint-Laurent Boulevard is a non-profit organization with the mission to support the community in projects of broad consensus that highlight the points of interest of boulevard Saint-Laurent all the way from the Old Port of Montreal to Little Italy. It is the sole organization dedicated to promoting the history and the rich cultural and architectural heritage along the entire six-kilometre National Historic Site of Canada designated by the federal government in 1997.

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  • Nuit des sans-abri

    On October 18th, will be held the 24th edition of 'Nuit des sans-abri' (Homeless Night). This event will take place in 32 different towns throughout Quebec, in solidarity with homeless people. It is an amazing opportunity for public awareness. Therefore, outdoors movie screenings are a logical choice.

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