Montreal is the most remarkable place in North America with beautiful buildings and architecture. It is the second most populous city in Canada. The city is lovingly restored and is quite popular among tourists. Here, high-end restaurants, luxury shops and malls, historic sites, communications and trade are best explored with many beautiful destinations. Montreal’s climate swings between high, warm and humid heat in summer and heavy cold, snowy, windy snowfalls in winter. Montreal has expanded its wings in media, arts, entertainment, culture, and trade as well. In Montreal, explore the New World with beautiful attractions and grand architecture.
Notre Dame Basilica is the church located in Old Montreal at the corner of Saint Sulpice Street. The church is highly decorated with golden stars and filled with religious statues and beautiful wooden carvings. The church is open for prayer daily, seven days a week. Notre Dame Basilica hours to visit are from 7:30am. The church is also an active venue for cultural events. The concerts are extremely popular and attract large audiences of music lovers. Notre Dame Cathedral cost is 8$ for 7-17 years old and 12$ for adults which includes a 20-minute guided tour during regular hours.
Being the oldest area in the city, Old Montreal is well known for its cultures and beautiful streets and views. Old Montreal is not only famous for local foodies, but also highlights gluten-free sweets, craft beers, and many other yummy things. Take a stroll or enjoy bicycle or take a horse-drawn carriage in the Old Montreal streets that are filled with cultural landmarks, museums, boutiques, sidewalk cafes and restaurants. Old Montreal hotels offer a wide variety especially in high season with both Wi-Fi and parking facilities. Compare the varieties with a more affordable price tag and enjoy the best vacations ever.
ST. JOSEPH’S ORATORY OF MOUNT ROYAL
Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal is Canadas largest church which enshrines a statue of Saint Joseph that was believed to possess healing powers to its believers. The Oratory is one of the main attractions of Montreal. Oratory allows during the summer to harmonize relaxation, meditation and nature. St. Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal is a must-see attraction due to its services, celebrations and unconditional welcome ceremonies. Just go and discover this exceptional site and its artistic and historical heritage.
MONTREAL BOTANICAL GARDENS (JARDIN BOTANIQUE MONTREAL)
It is a beautiful visiting site which comprises of 75 hectares of thematic gardens and greenhouses. Due to its collections and facilities, Montreal Botanical Gardens is considered to be one of the most important botanical gardens in the world. The site offers a colourful program of activities, events, and exhibitions with more than 22,000 plant species collection. To enjoy natural beauty and fresh air, go and enjoy the Montreal Botanical Gardens site. Spend your time here and make it valuable by promoting environment friendly events and programs.
MONTREAL MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS (MUSÉE DES BEAUX-ARTS)
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is Montreal’s largest museum which occupies 13,000 square metres of exhibition space. Additionally, it is the oldest art museum in Canada dedicated to craft and exhibition. The site comprises paintings, graphic arts, sculptures, photographs and decorative art objects. Spend a few hours here worth the admission price with outstanding decorative arts and design. Museum of Fine Arts Montreal is completely dedicated to ancient cultures, European and contemporary art as well as English porcelain. Visit this unique place and enjoy its glory with artistic disciplines.
Jean Talon Market is one of the oldest public markets in Montreal with diversity of small shopkeepers (butchers, bakers, fishmongers, grocers, etc.) and restaurateurs. The market remains open year-round and is easy to get to by bus or Metro. At the place, there is an open air market which is surrounded by other food businesses: meat, fish and cheese stores, bulk food emporia, dealers in spices and imported goods, bakeries and many more. Jean Talon Market hours are 7 am to 6 pm on Mon, Tue, Wed and Sat. On Thurs, Fri and Sun, the market closes at 8 pm.
La Ronde is an entertainment complex and amusement park which offers around 40 rides and attractions. Here, you can enjoy a vast choice with all the fascinating things including roller coasters and gentle rides for toddlers. Just enjoy break watching shows and plan a bite at the best restaurants. Make your trip memorable to Montreal with the experiences of entertaining shows, events, restaurants, shopping and many others. Book La Ronde hotel with cheap, comfortable and nice amenities at much affordable rates.