What to do


Cosmopolitan yet welcoming, refined yet friendly, intriguing yet accessible, Montreal is a city of contrasts with no rival across North America. In Montreal, everything is mixed: cultures, languages, tastes and more. From the exuberance of the Gay Village to the serenity of Mount Royal Park, to the teeming commercial streets. And Montreal is a very walkable city!

Rich in ethnic cultures and renowned for its openness, Quebec’s metropolis offers a variety of vacation ideas and has something for travelers of all kinds.

Whether for a family holiday at its attractions and museums, or dancing at its vibrant nightlife and festivals, going on an adventure in the nature that surrounds it, or discovering the rich and assorted gastronomy that earned Montreal its international reputation, a stay in the unforgettable Montreal during any season will satisfy your imagination!

Entertainment District

The Quartier des Spectacles boasts an area of 1 km2, 80 cultural centres and 30 theatres open all year round. It also encompasses 80% of Montreal’s show venues, a sector that beats to the rhythm of culture and fun in Montreal.

Latin Quarter

We are located just minutes away by foot from the Latin Quarter.

A unique area that exudes a very special expression in Montreal with a variety of restaurant, bars and more. You will also find Cineplex Odeon Cinemas, the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM) and the popular St-Denis theatre.

RESO • Underground City

The Montreal underground pedestrian network covers 30 km of tunnels underground.

The tunnels connect offices, residential complexes, shopping centres, universities, hotels, metro stations and more.


Its narrow streets are lined with shops selling exotic foods, traditional crafts, martial-arts accessories, herbs and natural medicines. Acupuncture and Asian medical services can also be found here.

The Chinese community continues to open new businesses and celebrate its traditional festivals and holidays here.

La Ronde

Do you enjoy thrills? Take a tour at La Ronde, a US Six Flags’ amusement park that is also the largest in Quebec, boasting over 40 rides and attractions.

A must destination in summertime.

Old Port

The Old Port of Montreal is one of the most historical sites in Montreal. (Source: Wikipedia) On the edge of the St. Lawrence River, this area is filled with dozens of attractions for the millions of annual visitors.

It boasts historical monuments, cruises, excursions, gourmet restaurants, terraces, shops, a science centre to pique your interest, museums and the Cirque du Soleil Kyrios.

Palais des congrès

The Montreal Convention Centre is a convention centre located in Montréal’s international quarter at the north end of Old Montreal. It branches out into Ville-Marie’s underground life.

The Centre constitutes a landmark attraction. It connects to the Place-d’Armes metro station.


On top of the mountain you will find Mount Royal Park and its famous Beaver Lake. In winter you can skate on the lake and in summer you can picnic (BBQ accepted) while playing your favourite sports.

Outside the park, the mountain hosts on its slopes important institutions, such as St Joseph’s Oratory, the largest church in Canada, among many other attractions.

Downtown of Montreal

The cultural and business centre of Montreal is bounded by Sherbrooke Street to the north, St-Hubert Street to the east, Guy Street and Shaughnessy Village to the west, and Highway 720 to the south.


Over 4,500 animals of 250 different species and 500 plant species located in the old Montreal Velodrome, which was built for the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. Discover the ecosystems of the Americas under the same roof.

Rainforest, Laurentian Maple, Forest Gulf of St. Lawrence Labrador Coast, and Sub-Antarctic islands.

Montreal’s Casino

Located on Île Notre-Dame, the Casino is recognized for the quality of its play areas, its architecture and its prestige.

You can also eat at one of the five restaurants in the casino or just have a drink in one of its four bars.