Montreal – Travel guide at Wikivoyage – MONTREALINABOX

Montreal is a huge city with several district articles that contain information about specific sights, restaurants, and accommodation.

Montreal (French: Montréal) is the largest city in the Canadian province of Quebec. While Quebec City is the capital, Montreal is the cultural and economic centre, and the main entry point to the province. With 1.7 million citizens in the city and 4 million in the urban area, Montreal is Canada’s second largest city, and the largest francophone city in the Americas. Still, around 12% of the population speak English as a mother language, and most Francophones are conversant in English to varying degrees of fluency. Old Montreal has a heritage of colonial times. Though a large city, Montreal gives opportunities for outdoor life, and for watching the legendary Montréal Canadiens ice hockey team.

DistrictsEdit

Central MontrealEdit

Ville-Marie boroughEdit

Neighbourhoods from west to east:

  Downtown
Skyscrapers, shopping, museums, and the Parc du Mont-Royal.
  Old Montreal
The historic riverfront Old Town and Old Port manages to retain a quaint feel despite being mobbed by hordes of tourists.
  Quartier Latin-Le Village
Restaurants, boutiques, cafes, pubs…

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