Montreal, Quebec

Montreal, Quebec

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Montréal, an island city on the St. Lawrence River, is exciting and dynamic, with a distinctively Continental flavor. French is the official language, although you’ll find English widely spoken, especially in the western half of the city. If your kids have never been to Europe, a visit here will definitely make an impression; they’ll certainly notice the cultural differences and may even pick up some French. Indeed, in Montréal there is so much to see and do that your family will pronounce it “magnifique!” This eTrail is one complete vacation written with families in mind. It’s loaded with exciting things to do, family-friendly places to lodge and dine, recommended side trips, local sources of information, and detailed travel directions.

Montreal, Quebec Professional Review and Guide

"Montréal, an island city on the St. Lawrence River, is exciting and dynamic, with a distinctively Continental flavor. French is the official language, although you’ll find English widely spoken, especially in the western half of the city. If your kids have never been to Europe, a visit here will definitely make an impression; they’ll certainly notice the cultural differences and may even pick up some French.

Indeed, in Montréal there is so much to see and do that your family will pronounce it “magnifique!” This eTrail is one complete vacation written with families in mind. It’s loaded with exciting things to do, family-friendly places to lodge and dine, recommended side trips, local sources of information, and detailed travel directions."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Montreal
Duration: Up to a week's worth of fun.
Local Contacts: All contact information for attractions, dining, and lodging are provided in the eTrail.
Driving Directions: Directions to Montreal, Quebec

Recent Trail Reviews

12/17/2007
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The information is good, but needs to be updated. As an example, the Montreal Expos, our baseball team, has left town at least two years ago, and are now playing in Washington (the Nationals). Likewise, pricing data has changed and the Canadian dollar is close to parity to the US dollar, making a trip to Montreal for an American tourist more expensive than it used to be. Some landwarks have closed like Ben's Delicatessen. Otherwise, the selection of visits is good and offers a good variety of things to do in Montreal.


7/10/2007
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This is not a trail. This is a very ordinary tourist guide to ordinary Montreal attractions.



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May 2018