I’m aware that it’s not always easy to arrange a successful and satisfying stay to another city. While visiting somewhere new can be an exciting adventure, finding out what is available and which options are the best ones for your needs can be both time consuming and frustrating. Montreal is a fascinating city with a unique character and the fact that French is spoken by the majority of its residents adds a distinct flavour to life here, a richness you’ll come to appreciate. But no worries: the majority of the downtown area is fully bilingual and you will be able to get around without difficulties.

It has been my pleasure to assist gentlemen in the past with these kinds of arrangements. I have made a list of suggestions along with a description and a visible link to better orient your search efforts. I hope you find these suggestions to be both interesting and informative. Be it a business trip or simply a personal escape, Montreal offers an incredible variety that is certain to satisfy even the most discriminating tastes.

Let’s make Montreal a memory you’ll never forget!


Montreal Travel Guide

Montreal comes out top in all sorts of quality-of-life lists, because as well as having so many city-sized attractions, it is as deliciously easy to get around as your average small town. Taxis are reasonable, public transport is plentiful and much of Montreal can be covered on foot. If you’re feeling energetic, then hire a bike from Montreal On Wheels or rent one of hundreds of Bixi (conveniently located all across downtown), because, with more than 500km of cycle tracks and lanes, Montreal is the best city in North America to see on two wheels. We’ve taken advantage of this transport ease in plotting out a day that begins close to Old Montreal bordering Multimedia City; skirts around Mont-Royal to Outremont and Mile End, and passes through Downtown to the Centre Canadien d’Architecture before finishing up back in Old Montreal.

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