Montréal is celebrating its 375th anniversary in 2017!
This year will be filled with activities and events all over the city. Make sure to consult their colorful programming to not miss a thing while you are in Montréal.www.375mtl.com
More info about montréal on Tourisme Montréal Website.
Montréal is a beautiful city renowned for its international flavour and inspiring diversity. Located on an island in the St. Lawrence River, it is home to approximately 1.6 million residents and the largest bilingual workforce in Canada. It is the largest French-speaking city outside France and a perfect blend of European energy and North American efficiency. One of the world’s top convention cities, there’s something for everyone here. You’ll find a friendly population, world-famous gastronomy, and an atmosphere of celebration!
Fall in Québec sweeps in with a burst of colour, aroma and flavour. As September draws to a close, the forests don fiery hues as the leaves turn their characteristic reds, yellows and oranges. Vines and orchards are laden with fruit, while clouds of snow geese fill the skies in a spectacular pre-Christmas pageant. With its dry, crisp air and brilliant blue skies, fall is the perfect time for long rambles through the hills and leisurely bike rides along country roads. Around Montréal, The Laurentians and the Eastern Townships are two regions renowned for their remarkable and beautiful natural landscapes and their charming villages.
More information about the province of Québec on Québec original website
Wander the streets of Old Montreal and discover the history of the metropolis with the free mobile application Montreal in Histories.
Following the signage along the routes, explore the past through fifty different points of interest and twelve augmented reality experiences
Available in English, French, Spanish and Mandarin.