Montréal is where Old World charm and modern creativity meet — a city that celebrates its past while fully embracing the future, where 375 years
of fascinating history color a unique cosmopolitan center.
While firmly rooted in French and English traditions, over
the years Montréal has welcomed myriad cultures that
continue to shape its reputation as a hotbed for everything
from food to fashion, culture to architecture, digital
technology to religious heritage — not to mention an array
of festivals and other activities that dazzle year-round.
From skyscrapers to tiny boutiques, Montréal’s streets
are teeming with hidden gems and treasures. It’s a city of
discoveries, a city whose warmth, open-mindedness, joie de
vivre, and endless creativity are the touchstones of a truly
unique style of living. To learn more, visit mtl.org.
No skyscraper is allowed to
be higher than the top of 765-
foot Mount Royal, Montréal’s
geographic and spiritual heart.
This stunning urban park and
nature reserve was designed
by Frederick Law Olmstead, the
creator of New York’s Central
Park. More recently, as a legacy
of Montréal’s 375th anniversary,
a 3.8-kilometer urban pedestrian
path now connects Montréal’s
two iconic natural features: the St.
Lawrence River and Mount Royal.
Festivals throughout the year
Global destinations to and from
Montréal-Trudeau International Airport
Downtown hotel rooms, including
4,000 rooms linked to the Palais
Miles of underground pedestrian
1 Palais des congrès
congrès de Montréal
2 Le Quartier
Le Quartier des spectacles
3 Old Montréal
4 Old Port of Montréal
Old Port of Montréal
5 Quartier international
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