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Forum Posts

Things to do

by pianoplayer303

I'm a freshman in college, and a few friends and I are planning to go take a trip to Montreal after the semester is over. Are there things to do in Montreal during the day? We've found a lot of museums, churches, and things like that, but I don't know that that's what we're really looking for. I guess the question is: Is there anything that could entertain a few college students during the day? We aren't really as worried about nights.

Thanks!

Re: Things to do

by Carmanah

I guess it depends what you're hoping to do. Montreal's not a Disneyland of a city. It doesn't have a lot of crazy attractions to entertain you. It's more of a lounging around in the cafes and in the parks kind of city- lots of restaurants, lounges, coffee shops. It has a huge arts scene with a massively huge music community. "Hanging out" is what I do when I go to Montreal. When you get there, I'd maybe ask the bartenders or the waitresses or go to a coffee shop and ask the locals what they like to do during the day. Go to a music store and ask the people that work there what they think is cool to do.

Re: Things to do

by Marcc50

What about a Jetboat ride on the Lachine rapids.
http://www.jetboatingmontreal.com/
A visit to the casino:
http://www.casino-de-montreal.com/montreal/nav/accueil
Roller blading in the old port:
http://www.quaysoftheoldport.com/en/Default.aspx
Go to the top of the Olympic stadium
http://www.rio.gouv.qc.ca/
Walk around Mt-Royal.
http://www.montreal.com/parks/mtroyal.html.
Watch a soccer game
http://montrealimpact.com/index.aspx?language=EN

Re: Things to do

by meeting_point

Well it depends when you are there but if you are there in summer over a weekend, go to the mountain on a Sunday for the Tam Tams - a whole buch of people get together with drums and dance and drum and all that cool stuff on Mont Royal on Sundays - go around noonish.

If you are there at the end of June or Begining of July, go to the free Jazz Festival shows during the day and at night out on the streets. There is also a free show before the F1 Grand Prix if it is held in Montreal this year.

Have a souvlaki, a poutine, a shish taouk or smoked meat at least once!

You can check out http://www.travelcreek.com/Montreal.htm for some good ideas of things to do.

Travel Tips for Montreal

You have to see the Bascillica...

by dzni

You have to see the Bascillica du Notre Dame. It's in the 'Old Montreal' district (I think just slightly east of the very downtown... you'll know it when you start seeing narrower streets). We were pressed for time, so this is about the only thing we got to see in Montreal. The area looked like it had a whole bunch of neat shops and restaurants, though. Hmmm... fondest? Well, maybe I'm not fond of the memory, but it sure does stick out in my mind! Read above about getting lost in Montreal.

Mont Royal

by nuty

Well you can't miss it when you are in Montreal, 'MONT ROYAL'... there is a mountain in the middle of the city... all green and big... (well for a guy from flat Holland)
If you want to do some hiking go up the montain and find the Chalet you have a great view if downtown Montreal, as you can see on the picture.
Go buy some maple candy if they are stoked again...hihihi I bought the whole bucket just before I went back home... was the first to do this... so that was fun... and they are really good believe me.

Mont Royal

by GUYON

Have a look on the city from the Mont Royal. To go there : take the metro until Guy - Concordia then the bus (several lines). The park is very large and you have to climb by stairs to reach the belvedere.
Behind the belvedere, there is the Chalet, a nice 19° Century building.

UMMMMMMMMM SOMETHING TO DIE FOR!

by RafaelTheSecond

Nothing better than having friends in a place where you travel. Montreal is so much my house that every sundays I had dinners of kings at Pierre's Mother, my great and absolutely wodnerful friend Jacqueline!;)

She made such a yuuuuuuuuuuuuummy rosbiff...it is a dish very common in french canadian tables!;)

UMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM I MISS YOU ALL!

Actually it is a honor to post my first local custon tip talking about this wonderful woman and such a great food!;))))))

February, 2005

French Helpful, Not Necessary

by lxine

Learning a bit of French is helpful for reading signs, but you'll find that downtown nearly everyone is bilingual. You may find yourself trying to practice your French but the salespeople will insist on practicing their English!

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