Tuck into fresh croissants while sipping a steamy allong (Quebecois coffee) on your Montreal holidays. Wander the narrow cobbled streets of the Old Port of Montreal on holiday, then rest and people-watch in a typical French cafe. As the sun sets, spend your holiday evenings dining on spicy Lebanese food in Montreal's Crescent Street.
A holiday in Montreal isn't complete without a shopping excursion on Saint Catherine Street. Hire a bike during Montreal holidays and ride up the winding trails of Mont Royal. Down in the Quays of the Old Port of Montreal, glide gracefully round its ice rink. Then explore the Gothic Revival Basilica de Notre Dame on your holiday in Montreal.
Tackle a roasted black cod at a Portuguese eatery in the Downtown centre or stroll eastward on your holiday in Montreal for a hearty buffet in Chinatown. Bring your own wine to wash down Greek delicacies on Duluth Street, or splash out on traditional French feasts at lively bistros on Montreal holidays.
On Montreal holidays, join the party crowd at the Gay Village and Plateau, where many clubs are open all night. Drink cocktails with the European crowd at upscale lounges in Crescent Street, or save money on your Montreal holiday in budget bars on Saint Catherine Street, popular with students. Practise your holiday French in Montreal's Rue St-Denis bars - buzzing with Francophone youth.
Explore the Laurentian region's sprawling lakes and mountains on your holiday in Montreal. Spend your holiday learning to ski at Saint-Sauveur. Visit a cabane sucre or maple syrup house in Montreal's West Island for Quebecois folk culture and sample local maple fudge and traditional tourtire meat pie.