Montreal is the second largest French-speaking city in the world and one of the top international destinations in North America. This fantastic destination has dozens of must-see attractions for visitors and residents of all ages. From open markets, historical places, underground shopping, and sporting events to an unlimited number of dining options, there's always something to do in Montreal.
Like many cities with a long history, Montreal consists of a modern section with new, complex roadways and high-rise buildings that tower over the city's skyline. But, it's also home to an old-world area with a rich, 300-plus year history. Vieux-Montreal offers visitors a taste of history with cobblestone streets, sidewalk cafes that overlook the river, and horse-drawn carriage rides to tour the city.
When the sun goes down, there's still plenty to do. Old Montreal has dozens of dining establishments, night clubs, bars, and shops.
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