It takes you to almost all the places in Montreal, it´s safe and easy way to know the city. The buses are also good, or you can walk to most of the places, too. Bikes are really popular in Montreal as... more
The options depend on what you want to spend. There is a bus the "747" just outside the terminal for about $10 Canadian. A taxi will be about $40. A regular bus is $3, but you have to get yourself and... more
Located at 895 de la Gauchetiere West Montréal,QC H3B 4G1,Canada and is underground at the Bonaventure Metro Station and the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel. The train station is a hub for train travel... more
Passenger check-in area is always a very busy, hectic and sometimes confusing place. ARRIVE EARLY, and be prepared for long line-ups!! There are numerous shops, restaurants, cafés, currency exchange,... more
If you have to remember two things about Montreal, remember these two:
1)For the Americans:
First, quebec time works like military time. Aka 17h00 is 5PM, 13h00 is 1PM. So be aware when you things... more
If you are tempted to use the BIXI, the Montreal version of the city rental bike system you should be warned. The bike ride may cost more than a limosine unless you familiarize yourself with the... more
The RESO, Montreal's underground city-within-a-city, is very easy to navigate with well sigposted "streets". There are maps at the main entrances, computerised search facilities and even information... more
Basically, whatever you feel like doing will get you around Montreal. if you wanted to be informative and enjoy the french way of travelling the carriage ride is an excellent one. If you want to enjoy... more
It truly makes sense...warmer days, motorcycling is IT. To this day I laugh to a very humble photo that tells it all...this is Montreal for you...red high heel shoes, short shorts and a free mind on a... more
I lived in Montreal from December 2002 until April 2004. It's a very unique city to visit.
A lot of people ask me what it was like to live in. I initially found it difficult to describe but a friend...
I love visiting cities, and Montreal was a great quick get-away from our home in New Jersey, about a 7-hour drive.
This is the view from our hotel window. What an unexpected delight to throw open the...
I visited Montreal on a last minute travel deal. I had always wanted to visit Quebec but had viewed Montreal as its poor substitute. Boy , was I wrong! This is a great french city with tons to do and...