A city break in Montreal introduces you to the colonial architecture of Old Montreal and the cutting-edge galleries of Saint-Laurent. Wander the breezy streets of McGill's student ghetto and lunch on smoked meat (smoked beef with peppercorns traditionally prepared in Jewish delis) sandwiches on your city breaks. After exploring Montreal on your city break, rest in a bed and breakfast in charming Carr St-Louis street.
Eat your way through your Montreal city break from freshly baked pizzas in the Jean Talon area to late-night kebabs on Guy Street. Start your day in Montreal city with a breakfast of bagels and smoked salmon on Saint-Urbain Street and later dine at Arab and French restaurants, dotted around Montreal. If you work up a big appetite on your city break, try one of Montreal's Greek restaurants on Prince Arthur Street.
Book yourself into one of Rue Sherbrooke's large hotels to be within walking distance of Montreal's main attractions, museums and shopping. Looking to relax on your Montreal city break? Head to Carr St-Louis where bed and breakfasts are located next to the shops, galleries and bars of the Plateau district. Or splash out on boutique hotels in Old Montreal and rest in style on your city break.
Chuckle on your Montreal city break at the Just for Laughs comedy festival, held each summer in the Plateau and Latin Quarter. Seek out native-Canadian culture at the Canadian Guild of Crafts and browse the Inuit art here. Work off that Greek dinner on your city break and stroll up Mont Royal, where you'll enjoy panoramic views across the city.