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Vacation rentals in Montreal are priced starting at $40 per night.
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Montreal is a city in the Canadian province of Quebec. It is the second largest city in Canada and the eigth largest in North America. Behind Paris, Montreal is the second largest French-speaking city in the world. Whether it’s sun or snow that you want to see, Montreal has four distinct seasons, allowing travelers to visit and explore different sites and activities depending on the weather. As one of the liveliest cities in North America, Montreal is definitely worth a visit.
Things to do in Montreal
Old Montreal contains a lot of historical buildings and museums including Notre-Dame Basilica. It is Montreal’s oldest Catholic Church built in 1656 and is worth a visit for its breathtaking interior design and for its historical value. Close by, St. Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal is the largest shrine dedicated to St. Joseph in the world. On a historical note, remember to check out the Parc Jean-Drapeau; it is the site of the 1967 World’s Fair that is now a large outdoor concert venue. Downtown, the skyscrapers, McGill Campus, churches, museums, and the underground malls/arcades are sure to keep vacationers busy! Le Plateau is a popular shopping and dining area for those looking for a nice area to spend an evening. For some bigger crowds, hit up Casino de Montreal or the city’s amusement park, La Ronde. Additionally, Montreal’s Botanical Gardens is definitely one for the books! The garden is one of the world’s greatest botanical gardens and is something that will not be forgotten.
The closest airport to Montreal is the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport that is located just west of the city. It can take up to an hour to get into the city from the airport depending on traffic. Montreal can also be reached by various car services, buses, and trains. Once in “The City of Saints,” vacationers can get around by foot, taxi, bike, or the metro/bus system. Renting a car and driving yourself around the town can be challenging with the traffic and the unique driving rules that Montreal has. The vacation rentals in Montreal vary from small homes on the outskirts of town, to luxury lofts and apartments in the heart of downtown. Whatever your travel criteria may be, Tripping.com has your Montreal vacation rental covered!