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Montreal Hotel And Travel Guide

Visit Quebec and take in the beautiful scenery while relaxing and recreating in one of the most popular Canadian cities. Your trip will not be one that is soon forgotten and you will leave wanting to come back to stay at a top Montreal hotel again.

All About Montreal Tourism

At the fork of the St. Lawrence River in Quebec lies Montreal, one of Canada's most eclectic cities. An island comprising approximately 123,000 acres of land, Montreal was first home to the Laurentian Iroquois. The name of the St. Lawrence River hails from both the name and language of this particular group of Iroquois. Nowadays, the city is as diverse as New York in its culture, history, education and attraction. Top Montreal hotels can be found river-side, as well as further inland near any one of the three area universities.

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Montreal Neighborhoods and Attractions

Montreal, Quebec hails as the second largest city in Canada. Original habitants of the city were those who lived along the St. Lawrence River called the Iroquoians. In 1639, what was known as the Island of Montreal became a French settlement. The city enjoyed a prosperous fur trade with the advancement of the North West Company and in 1832 it officially became a city. From 1844 to 1849 Montreal served as the capital city of the United Province of Canada. Its population reached one million in the 1950s and in 1976 it was home to the Summer Olympics.

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Transportation in Montreal

The Montreal Metro is the fastest way to get around the city. All local and most suburban railroad services connect downtown at Central Station, where VIA Rail connects Montreal with Toronto, the city of Quebec, and other cities in Canada. The Amtrak Adirondack connects Montreal Central Station with New York City daily. Some suburban railroad service departs from Lucien-L'Allier Station and from Parc station. Suburban train routes ending at Parc station are timed to connect with shuttle buses going to downtown Montreal.

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Dining In Montreal

Contrary to what many people believe, there are many great dining establishments located in Montreal, Quebec. From the Le Petit Alep Restaurant to Reuben's Deli, here are a few of the best places to dine in Montreal, QC.

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Top 5 Hotels in Montreal

Quebec is the perfect place to visit if you're looking for style, class, exceptional service and traditional attractions like museums, aquariums, high-end shops and restaurants. It's also a popular destination for business travelers thanks to price and comfort. Regardless of the reason for you visit, if you would like to make the most of it, strongly consider staying at one of the top 5 hotels in Quebec, which are listed below for your convenience.

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Top 5 Things To Do In Montreal

Montreal is one of the oldest cities in Canada, having been settled by the French in the 17th century. Because of this, many of the city's top attractions center around its rich history. But don't let that put you off. Montreal offers a myriad of activities to keep you busy year 'round; winter, though it can be cold, offers numerous things to see and do.

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