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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City
The second largest city in Canada, Montréal, is an astounding blend of contemporary and old with its Gothic architecture, the many festivals, a fabulous art scene, its many adventure activities, an eclectic cuisine, and much more. The city gets its name from Mount Royal, a triple-peaked hill in the heart of city. Montréal is like a recipe, which is presented in a most modern manner but baked with traditional flavours in a vintage-styled oven. Colonial French influences are strewn everywhere in elaborate churches and public squares. After you recover from the déjà vu of being in Paris, feel the city’s tremendous past by visiting Old Montréal that has preserved history. Visit the Notre Dame Basilica and the Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel, one of the oldest in Montréal. Marvel at the modern architectural wonder, Habitat 67 and zip up the Montréal Tower to enjoy splendid views of the Laurentian Mountains and the St Lawrence River Valley. Explore the many fascinating museums with their amazing collections or the famous Underground City of Montréal. Definitely dig into the popular dish poutine and savour the innumerable tasty cuisines on offer. Discover the many gems of the city peddling away through its streets or indulge in some adventure activities. Whatever you choose to do, Montréal’s lively vibe is sure to rejuvenate all your senses.
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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Old Montréal

Old Montréal

Stroll through the pretty cobblestone streets of Old Montréal (earlier known as Ville-Marie), especially the Saint-Paul Street, and marvel at the amazing historical architecture merging beautifully with a new-age café culture. Admire the Gothic Revival architecture at the Notre-Dame Basilica and enjoy a unique sound and light show that narrates the history of the district and the church. Visit the Old Suplician Seminary next door—the oldest structure in the city. Explore the Pointe-à-Callière and Château Ramezay Museums to learn about Montreal’s history. Relax at any of the outdoor cafés and enjoy a street performance at Place Jacques-Cartier, or stroll along the waterside at Old Port.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Notre-Dame Basilica

Notre-Dame Basilica

A masterpiece depicting the Gothic Revival style of architecture, the Notre-Dame Basilica, is sure to leave you spellbound with its opulent interiors, its scale and excellent craftsmanship. The magnificence and scale of this Basilica is simply mesmerising. Designed by James O’Donnell in 1824, the Basilica can hold around 4,000 worshippers. Most of the interiors are carved out of rare woods and gilded and painted skilfully. Enjoy the feeling of standing under the blue sky gazing at the impressive ceiling that boasts of golden stars and is deep blue in colour. Admire the numerous intricate wooden carvings and the stained-glass windows depicting scenes of Montreal’s religious history.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Mount Royal

Mount Royal

Hike up to the summit of Mount Royal (Mont Royal) to enjoy breathtaking views around. A large hill, which is a part of the Monteregian Hills, it comprises of three peaks—the Colline d'Outremont (or Mount Murray), which is at 692 ft, Colline de la Croix (or Mont Royal proper), at 764 ft, and Westmount Summit, which is at 659 ft above sea level. You can even choose to cycle, drive or take a bus ride.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Mount Royal Park

Mount Royal Park

Stroll around the gorgeous landscape of Parc du Mont-Royal’s 200 hectares and enjoy various outdoor activities here. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in 1876, the park is an idyllic spot to sight a range of birds and plants. View the heritage structure—Smith House, the Beaver Lake, which is a man-made lake, and the bird feeder circuit. Indulge in activities such as sliding, skating at Beaver Lake during winter, and enrol the kids in a summer day camp. You can cycle, jog, go horse riding or have a quiet picnic here. Enjoy the outdoors drum jam—Tam Tams, which are quite entertaining.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Montréal Botanical Garden

Montréal Botanical Garden

Explore around 190 acres of green landscape rich with over 21,000 plant species and cultivars and admire the various theme-based green sculptures at the Jardin Botanique de Montréal. Take a guided tour of this large botanical garden, its 10 exhibition greenhouses, around 30 thematic gardens, the Tree House, and more at one of the largest and finest botanical gardens in the world. Stroll through the cultural gardens and get inspired to visit different regions such as Japan, China, and more via botanical traditions, such as bonsai. Engage in various events and activities that take place here throughout the year such as family get-togethers, solitary meditation, and others.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Jean-Talon Indoor Farmer’s Market

Jean-Talon Indoor Farmer’s Market

Be prepared for an onslaught of colourful and delicious sensory delights at one of the largest public markets in North America—the Jean Talon Market that opened in 1933. Shop for exotic vegetables, fruits, cheese, wine, rare spices, oils, pastries, and countless food items from across the globe here. Meet the farmer, fisherman, or an expert at the stalls you visit who readily answer all your queries. Taste the delectable wares at some stalls and on weekends go on food trials as well. Spread indoors and outdoors, this marvellous farmers’ market offers an explosion of flavours, which is almost decadent. Certainly add this on your list of must-visits.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Montréal Museum of Fine Arts

Montréal Museum of Fine Arts

Art lovers have a whale of a time exploring Montréal’s largest museum, the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts (Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal), and treat yourself to the rich collection of early to modern to international art and sculptures on display here. Located on the stretch of Golden Square Mile on Sherbrooke Street, this impressive museum displays over 41,000 items including Canadian Art, the Decorative Arts, Inuit Art, Old Master Paintings, Modern and Contemporary Art, International Art, a huge collection of English porcelain, ancient textiles and more. Feast your eyes on the superb collection of Tiffany stained-glass windows at Bourgie Hall and the world's largest collection of Japanese incense boxes.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours Chapel

Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours Chapel

Enter the peaceful precincts of the Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours Chapel, one of Montréal’s oldest chapels, climb up the tower and enjoy mesmerising views of the river, downtown and Old Montréal. The original was built under the encouragement of the French nun Margerite Bourgeoys, which got gutted in a fire. However, the reliquary and statue survived this disaster. It is also known as the ‘Sailor’s Church’ due to its importance with the voyagers in the 19th century. Take an audio-guided tour to admire the architecture and also explore the Marguerite Bourgeoys Museum adjoining the chapel to view the pretty dioramas that feature dolls made by the nuns.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Savour Poutine

Savour Poutine

Indulge in absolute gluttony relishing the famous mouth-watering Canadian dish of Poutine, made with French fries topped with brown sauce and cheese curd. Known for being an effective hangover cure, dig into a piping hot bowl of Poutine delighting in the blend of flavours. There are numerous types as well—pepper poutiness, corn dog poutines, customised poutines with different types of cheeses, sauces, and many more. Try the classic Montreal-style poutine that consists of cheese curds, smoked meat, sautéed mushrooms, chunks of cooked potato, which are smashed and fried, along with a three-peppercorn sauce. Do visit the famous La Banquise to try this unique dish.

TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Montréal Tower

Montréal Tower

Ride up the Montréal Tower, the tallest inclined tower in the world at around 165 m and at a 45-degree angle, for some spectacular views of the fascinating city. Take the glassed-in funicular to reach the Tower’s Observatory and enjoy the two-minute exciting ride up the curved structure. Also known as the Tour Olympique or Tour Montréal, it offers views of the majestic Laurentian Mountains and the St Lawrence River Valley on a clear day. Certainly visit this architectural wonder of the city that sees about 250,000 visitors each year. The sights from above are simply astounding—the site has been categorised as a three-star one in the Michelin Guide.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Segway Tour - Old Port of Montréal

Segway Tour - Old Port of Montréal

Go for this unique mode of transport to explore the area on the waterfront of the St Lawrence River at the Old Port of Montréal—the Segway. Hop on to this electric vehicle, which is completely emission free and discover the beautiful city at your own pace revelling in its history. Go for a short training session before the ride; your guide will take your around the beautiful city where you can enjoy the culture at leisure. Segway tours are usually offered in summer.

TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Habitat 67

Habitat 67

Visit the modern and austere housing complex based on Brutalist architecture, which was a movement from the 1950s to 70s. Situated in Cité-du-Havre, Habitat 67 was designed by architect Moshe Safdie for the 1967 World Exhibition. A unique complex, it’s an architectural wonder with 354 concrete cubes stacked to form a single structure. Entitled ‘Man and His World’, Safdie built these structures for the middle-class who wished to stay away from the hustle-bustle of the city. Marvel at the amazing grey-beige complex with 354 cubes that are stacked over one another to form 158 homes. This 12-storey complex is truly a fascinating sight.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City  Saint Joseph's Oratory

Saint Joseph's Oratory

Step into Canada’s largest church and marvel at its spellbinding architecture. Dedicated to Saint Joseph, it was founded by Saint Brother André and was expanded over time. Marvel at the basilica’s imposing copper dome—the highest point in Montreal. The basilica itself can hold around 3,000 worshippers; it’s a climb of 280 steps to its entrance. Visit the Museum of Saint Joseph's Oratory, which houses the heart of Brother André in a reliquary, displays Christian Art and hundreds of Nativity works from many nations. Besides, the grounds of the Oratory has the Gardens of the Way of the Cross, wide lawns, and majestic trees, which are simply splendid.

TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Pointe-à-Callière Museum

Pointe-à-Callière Museum

Allot loads of time to explore the six building complex full of archaeological findings and history at the Pointe-à-Callière Museum. Tour the national historical site, which archaeologists found between the St Lawrence River and the Little Saint-Pierre River and learn about the major eras that occupied this spot. The museum itself opened on May 17, 1992, on the city’s 350th birthday and is situated on the very spot of Montreal’s birthplace. Explore the museum complex that houses the Éperon Building, Mariners' House – National Bank Building, Place Royale and the archaeological crypt, Youville Pumping Station, Ancienne-Douane Building, and Fort Ville-Marie. View the architectural remains from over 1,000 years, artefacts, and more.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Biodôme

Biodôme

Enter the world of rich biodiversity and experience four different ecosystems at Biodôme, which replicates four seasons and has a collection of 4,500 animals—all indoors. Walk through and explore this sensory delight by taking a guided tour of the sea floor aquarium, feed the penguins, discover the Tropical Rainforest that houses many species, the Laurentian Maple Forest, the Gulf of St Lawrence, the Labrador Coast, and the Sub-Antarctic Islands. The children are sure to be fascinated with the Fossil Affair, where they can handle several fossils and minerals and learn about evolution. Enjoy the walk through various ecosystems and marvel at the animal world.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City La Ronde Amusement Park

La Ronde Amusement Park

Gear up for an exciting time at the La Ronde Amusement Park. Fly straight up in the air, around 100 km per hour in the ‘Cobra’ ride, hop aboard the ‘Orbite’ to be launched 192 ft in three seconds, and others. Take your family ‘Catapulting’ to experience hand-gliding, skydiving and bungee jumping all rolled into one or spin around in the sky in ‘Condor’. Children can enjoy the flight in ‘Air Papillon’ to Ribambelle's Land or journey through La Ronde in the steam locomotive ‘Tchou Tchou’. Dig into some scrumptious cuisines at any of the restaurants, shop for collectibles and gifts and enjoy a fun-filled day with the family.

TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Biosphère

Biosphère

Visit Biosphère, situated at Parc Jean-Drapeau, an architectural masterpiece built by Richard Buckminster Fuller for Expo ’67, and learn issues related to the environment. With more than 75 percent of the surface of the structure in the form of a sphere, this is the largest one of its kind in the world. Get insight into how air quality and especially water affects our lives and learn about meteorology, biodiversity, sustainable development, and climate change, through educational exhibitions. Participate in interactive exhibits, activities, games, and events here. Take a guided tour of this amazing museum and learn to make responsible environment lifestyle choices.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Bell Centre

Bell Centre

Explore Canada’s premier entertainment spot, the Bell Centre, which hosts the biggest hockey events, musical shows, rock concerts, and family entertainment. The impressive venue can seat over 21,000 people. Take a guided tour to view the Montreal Canadiens’ dressing room and see the tributes paid to various Hall of Famers through the team’s gaming history. Stroll through the Montreal Canadiens Alumni lounge, where you will see pictures of the franchise’s achievers and also the legendary Canadiens torch, and the Jacques Beauchamp lounge as well. Head to the podium to enjoy the spectacular view and head to the 90 ft high press gallery, experience the ‘high’ of watching the game.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Laurentian Mountains

Laurentian Mountains

Take a scenic 45-minute drive from the city to the Laurentian Mountains, described as a ‘Mountain Playground’ and take in the breathtaking views of the marvellous landscape. See Mother Nature at her best while admiring the verdant hills, forest, lakes, and capture the colours of fall in the lens of your camera. Take a leisurely stroll through the quaint French-style villages with charming cottages and savour the local cuisine or visit the farms for a gourmet excursion. A very popular ski destination as well with 13 ski resorts spread over 64 km, pick the largest—Mont Tremblant, with 95 trails, to engage in this sport.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Montréal Science Centre

Montréal Science Centre

Step into the enthralling world of science and technology with that has fascinating exhibitions and interactive sessions at the Montréal Science Centre, situated in the centre of the Old Port in the city. Visit the main exhibition that takes you through the effects international trade has on wildlife. Step into ‘Fabrik’, which is a perfect place for children to unleash their creativity through innovativeness and assembling random pieces. View the exhibition that teaches you how to film objects, moving them around to your own script, which eventually creates an illusion of movement. Embark on a maritime adventure and explore Africa’s enchanting territory. Explore for an experience of a lifetime.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Insectarium

Insectarium

Step into the fascinating Insectarium, one of the largest insect museums in North America. Opened in 1990 due to the efforts of entomologist Georges Brossard, it displays rare and incredible insects from across the globe. Admire around 250,000 specimens of living and naturalised insects, and enjoy the beauty of the living species. Gaze in wonder at numerous beetles, some of which are 2.5 inches long, see the monarch butterflies in action, which migrate about 4,023 km to the Mexican mountains, admire the peacock mantis with its two lovely wings with a design of the peacock’s tail. Children can play in the insect-themed area while you unwind in the pleasant ambiance of outdoors.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City  Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Take a walk during the day or at night and absorb the vibrant culture of the city at Boulevard Saint-Laurent. Also known as ‘The Main’, the boulevard serves as a division of the city based on class, language and ethnicity. Trail through the numerous art galleries and theatres and enjoy street fairs and festivals held for an art and cultural fix. There’s also an annual art festival held here, MURAL in June. Fashionistas shop for clothes, accessories and more in any of the trendy stores lined up here. Food lovers embark on a culinary tour and savour the various cuisines at the cosy cafés dotting the street.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Musée Grévin Montreal

Musée Grévin Montreal

Wax eloquent…literally, at the Musée Grévin Montre, where Canadian and Québécois history and culture is brought to life with wax statues. Also, rub shoulders with your favourite celebrities here—strike a pose with the singing sensation Michael Jackson or Celine Dion, marvel at the hockey legends, join John Lennon and Yoko Ono in Hotel Grévin, and admire many other personalities frozen in time. Visit the Hall of Wonder and gaze in amazement as forests, butterflies, nature change while responding to your movements. Understand how artisans and decorators make the statues at the workshop. Engage in an interactive multimedia activity here and get your own virtual wax statue made.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Planétarium Rio Tinto Alcan

Planétarium Rio Tinto Alcan

Delve into the deep secrets of the Universe through an innovative, scientific, poetic, and artistic way at the Planétarium Rio Tinto Alcan. A replacement to the previous Montréal Planetarium, it offers a unique experience to its visitors. Go through the interactive digital exhibition EXO: Our Search for Life in the Universe and try to find answers to our existence. Go on a voyage to the Dark Universe and explore the dark matter in outer space. Try to find what ‘time’ really means through a fascinating visual and musical show. There’s much to see and experience here, so embark on this intriguing journey in space.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Le Bateau-Mouche

Le Bateau-Mouche

Indulge, pamper and spoil yourself by taking the Le Bateau-Mouche cruise on the waters of the St Lawrence Seaway. Take the breakfast cruise to enjoy the sunrise and admire the stunning panorama of the city’s skyline. The cruise offers three spaces from where you can immerse yourself in the spectacular sights of amazing landscapes, where nature and modernity blends beautifully. Immerse yourself in any of the six signature gourmet options offered by them and enjoy the experience in an interesting play of glass and light reflecting in the waters. Enjoy a 60 or 90-minutre day cruise or pick a dinner cruise to enjoy the evening landscape of the city.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Just for Laughs Festival

Just for Laughs Festival

Give your facial muscles a thorough workout by catching the Just for Laughs Festival held from July 13 to July 31 each year. Touted as the largest international comedy festival across the globe, book your tickets for this one in advance. Treat yourself to a plateful of stand-up performances, street art, galas, and much more. Get entertained by a plethora of outdoor events such as sideshow antics, street dancing, circus arts with clowns and acrobats, live comedy, and other fun acts. This laughter fest is held at the Place des Festivals grounds. Be sure to head here and enjoy the performances that will leave you in stitches.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Underground City

Underground City

Give your facial muscles a thorough workout by catching the Just for Laughs Festival held from July 13 to July 31 each year. Touted as the largest international comedy festival across the globe, book your tickets for this one in advance. Treat yourself to a plateful of stand-up performances, street art, galas, and much more. Get entertained by a plethora of outdoor events such as sideshow antics, street dancing, circus arts with clowns and acrobats, live comedy, and other fun acts. This laughter fest is held at the Place des Festivals grounds. Be sure to head here and enjoy the performances that will leave you in stitches.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City  Lachine Canal

Lachine Canal

Take a stroll on the charming Lachine Canal, which is the point of entry to a network of canals connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the centre of Montréal. Go cycling along this historic canal site and enjoy the landscape around. Pick a podcast tour and get insight on the attractions around the city. Indulge in some sports activities such as skiing in winter (or a winter trail), kayaking, paddling your way around in the serene waters, or hire a boat and sail through enjoying the spectacular and varied views of the city. Explore this 14 km stretch the way you want and soak in the vibe of this vibrant city.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Montreal Food Tours

Montreal Food Tours

Indulge in a decadent experience exploring the gastronomical trends of the city. Taste and savour the diverse feast of flavours of Old Montréal by taking a food tour. Take the Local Montréal Food Tours’ Mile-End Montréal Food Tour and walk through a 2.2 km stretch of the charming Mile End District. Sample the local cuisines such as smoked meats, patés, baked beans and Shepherd’s Pie with a blend of meat covered in peas and potatoes, bagels, poutine, and much more. Relish some delicious macaroons and bacon where maple syrup is used as a condiment or made into butter or candy.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Bike Tour

Bike Tour

Take a leisurely bicycle tour around the landmark sights of the city either in spring, summer of fall and discover the many hidden gems of Montréal. Head up to the summit of Mont Royal and ride along the riverfront of St Lawrence cycling towards St Helen’s and the Notre-Dame Islands. Peddle along the 600-km of cycling paths and stop for tasty food and drinks. Participate in the yearly Bike Festival; people of all ages and skills are a part of this event. Be a part of this exciting party and get entertained with numerous fun events. Montréal’s several cycling tours are something that cannot be missed.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Casino Montreal

Casino Montreal

A visit to the largest casino in Canada cannot be ruled out! Try your luck in gambling at the Casino de Montréal, a casino located on the Notre Dame Island of Montréal. Open 24 hours, seven days a week, choose from about 3,000 slot machines to try your hand. Engage in a game of poker, blackjack or go for speed lotteries or virtual games. Satiate your palate with scrumptious Italian or American fare and sip on your favourite drink at any of the restaurants here. Enjoy a musical performance, an electro dance performance by local and international performers or an exotic cabaret.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Jet boating on Lachine Rapids

Jet boating on Lachine Rapids

Water lovers, definitely try this out! Get wet (of course), feel the wind in your hair, and experience a high of a different kind jet boating your way while competing with the Lachine Rapids. Try and brave the roughest rapids in perfectly engineered jet boats and make your way through the St Lawrence River. Absolutely thrilling, this is for the high-octane adventure seekers as well! You will have a captain along with you to manoeuvre the journey.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Rent a Quadricycle

Rent a Quadricycle

Water lovers, definitely try this out! Get wet (of course), feel the wind in your hair, and experience a high of a different kind jet boating your way while competing with the Lachine Rapids. Try and brave the roughest rapids in perfectly engineered jet boats and make your way through the St Lawrence River. Absolutely thrilling, this is for the high-octane adventure seekers as well! You will have a captain along with you to manoeuvre the journey.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Kem CoBa Ice Cream

Kem CoBa Ice Cream

Cool off with an array of homemade ice-creams and sorbet at the quaint little joint of Kem CoBa located in Mile End. Started by Vincent Beck and his wife Diem Ngoc Phan, this artisanal ice cream parlour is one of the most popular ones in the city. In fact, you may have to endure a long wait of 30-40 minutes for your turn. Unique flavours such as Salted Butter, Lychee, Orange and Fig, Masala Chai, Vietnamese Tea flavour, and many such extraordinary ones are on offer. The couple travel extensively to learn and research and create their own recipes for this delicious confectionary. They also change their flavours every two weeks.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Bota Bota Spa

Bota Bota Spa

Pamper and spoil yourself with exotic treatments and therapies at Bota Bota, the floating spa at the Old Port of Montréal. Get privileged access to the St Lawrence River and enjoy its natural movements while benefitting from the healing therapy of a spa. Take a sauna, or a eucalyptus steam bath. The spa also has outdoor whirlpool baths, cold showers, Finnish sauna, relaxation areas, terraces, and a restaurant. Relax and unwind while surrounded by breathtaking views of the river and the Old Port. With five decks, the spa offers a luxurious experience to its visitors. Rejuvenate your senses indulging in a massage therapy, a body treatment, yoga or Pilates.

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TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Jetski on St. Lawrence River

Jetski on St. Lawrence River

Challenge the waves by taking a thrilling Jet Ski ride on the waters of the St Lawrence River. Start at the Jacques-Cartier pier in the Old Port of Montréal and traverse the waters for 15-25 minutes exploring the river and various attractions around. Pass the bridges of Concorde, Victoria, Champlain and Estacade and on the way back admire St-Helene Island, La Ronde (amusement park) and wrap up by skiing under the Jacques-Cartier Bridge. The gear is provided by the operator you choose for this activity. However, do carry your sunglasses, sunscreen and swimsuit. You can even have a private guide if you want a more personalised experience.

TraveLibro Canada Montreal Featured City Ziplining

Ziplining

Let the children get an adrenaline rush and swing like Tarzan when indulging in the activity of ziplining at Voiles en Voiles. The adults too can go for this exciting aerial adventure and get a bird’s eye view of Montréal. Enjoy the sights over the Bonsecours Island in Montréal’s Old Port and feel like a superhero. Enjoy the spectacular view of the St Lawrence River from high up and marvel at the beautiful city of Montréal.

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