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Airfares from Toronto (TORONTO PEARSON) to Montreal (YUL) $107
Airfares from Toronto (TORONTO TORONTO IS) to Montreal (YUL) $169
Airfares from Boston (BOSTON LOGAN) to Montreal (YUL) $176
Airfares from Newark (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK NEWARK INL) to Montreal (YUL) $188
Airfares from New York (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK LA GUARDIA) to Montreal (YUL) $228
Airfares from Washington DC (WASHINGTON DULLES) to Montreal (YUL) $254
Airfares from New York (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK KENNEDY) to Montreal (YUL) $271
Airfares from Orlando (ORLANDO INT'L) to Montreal (YUL) $293
Airfares from Charlotte (CHARLOTTE DOUGLAS) to Montreal (YUL) $314
Airfares from Halifax (HALIFAX INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $317
Airfares from Baltimore (BALTIMORE INT'L) to Montreal (YUL) $325
Airfares from Fort Worth/Dallas (DALLAS INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $330
Airfares from Philadelphia (PHILADELPHIA PA/WILM'TON INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $335
Airfares from Fort Lauderdale (FT. LAUDERDALE INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $337
Airfares from Washington DC (WASHINGTON NATIONAL) to Montreal (YUL) $341
Airfares from Durham/Raleigh (RALEIGH/DURHAM INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $361
Airfares from Chicago (CHICAGO MIDWAY) to Montreal (YUL) $363
Airfares from Winnipeg (WINNIPEG INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $364
Airfares from Vancouver (VANCOUVER INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $369
Airfares from Tampa (TAMPA TAMPA) to Montreal (YUL) $379
Airfares from South Bend (SOUTH BEND ST. JOSEPH) to Montreal (YUL) $389
Airfares from Oklahoma City (OKLAHOMA CITY ROGERS) to Montreal (YUL) $397
Airfares from Austin (AUSTIN BERGSTROM) to Montreal (YUL) $401
Airfares from Omaha (OMAHA EPPLEY) to Montreal (YUL) $403
Airfares from Miami (MIAMI INT'L) to Montreal (YUL) $405
Airfares from Colorado Springs (COLORADO SPRINGS PETERSON) to Montreal (YUL) $408
Airfares from Santa Ana (SANTA ANA WAYNE INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $412
Airfares from Ontario (ONTARIO INT'L) to Montreal (YUL) $413
Airfares from Long Beach (LONG BEACH MUNICIPAL) to Montreal (YUL) $421
Airfares from Madison (MADISON TRUAX FLD) to Montreal (YUL) $435
Airfares from Las Vegas (LAS VEGAS MCCARRAN) to Montreal (YUL) $436
Airfares from Chicago (CHICAGO O'HARE) to Montreal (YUL) $460
Airfares from Atlanta (ATLANTA HARTSFIELD) to Montreal (YUL) $470
Airfares from Los Angeles (LOS ANGELES INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $471
Airfares from Norfolk (NORFOLK INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $476
Airfares from Saint Johns (ST. JOHNS) to Montreal (YUL) $514
Airfares from Little Rock (LITTLE ROCK REGIONAL) to Montreal (YUL) $518
Airfares from Houston (HOUSTON INTERCONT) to Montreal (YUL) $532
Airfares from Seattle (SEATTLE/TACOMA SEA/TAC) to Montreal (YUL) $544
Airfares from San Francisco (SAN FRANCISCO INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $564
Airfares from West Palm Beach (WEST PALM BEACH INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $567
Airfares from San Antonio (SAN ANTONIO INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $577
Airfares from Memphis (MEMPHIS INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $583
Airfares from Tel Aviv (TEL AVIV-YAFO BEN GURION) to Montreal (YUL) $609
Airfares from Denver (Denver International Airport) to Montreal (YUL) $612
Airfares from Phoenix (PHOENIX INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $628
Airfares from Birmingham (BIRMINGHAM) to Montreal (YUL) $671
Airfares from Amsterdam (AMSTERDAM SCHIPHOL) to Montreal (YUL) $673
Airfares from Myrtle Beach (MYRTLE BEACH MYRTLE AFB) to Montreal (YUL) $691
Airfares from Barcelona (BARCELONA) to Montreal (YUL) $723
Airfares from Tucson (TUCSON INTL) to Montreal (YUL) $742
Airfares from Athens (ATHENS HELLINIKON) to Montreal (YUL) $747
Airfares from Chattanooga (CHATTANOOGA LOVELL) to Montreal (YUL) $789
Airfares from Bucharest (BUCHAREST OTOPENI) to Montreal (YUL) $847
Airfares from Casablanca (CASABLANCA MOHAMED V.) to Montreal (YUL) $868
Airfares from Helsinki (HELSINKI VANTAA) to Montreal (YUL) $1016
Airfares from Shanghai (Pudong International Airport) to Montreal (YUL) $1058
Airfares from Sao Paulo (SAO PAULO GUARULHOS) to Montreal (YUL) $1253
Airfares from Sydney (SYDNEY KINGSFORD) to Montreal (YUL) $1305
Airfares from Rennes (RENNES ST JACQUES) to Montreal (YUL) $1372

General Facts about Montreal

What happens when you blend European and North American cultures? Montreal. Situated in the state of Quebec, it's the second largest city of Canada and effectively the cultural capital of the country attracting more than 10 million visitors annually who spend around a whopping $3 billion a year enjoying every pleasure the French speaking city has to offer.



There's nothing better than roaming around the city in a carriage as rhythmic trotting of horse on cobblestone streets produces a mesmerizing sound as you bask in all the European glory you're surrounded by. There’s some uniqueness to this city and its residents that can only be felt when you’ve set your feet in the region. From the strong French vibes to diverse cuisine to rollicking festivals, the city embraces pleasure like no other.

How to get there

A large number of visitors arrive in the city through Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport which is the third busiest airport of the country. Visitors are accommodated with all the amenities and services for optimum convenience. All major Canadian and American airlines are served by the airport which is located around 25 kilometres (16 miles) west of the downtown city. Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport offers nonstop flights to more than 100 destinations and 74 airlines operate out of this airport. There are two more airports in Montreal namely Montreal-Mirabel International Airport and St. Hubert Airport which only serve domestic flights.



Other means of transportation to Montreal include train such as VIA Rail Canada and Amtrak and visitors can also choose bus routes through Megabus, Coach Canada, Adirondack Trailways and Greyhound Lines.

When to go to Montreal

There isn't a bad time to visit the city of festiva



There isn't a bad time to visit the city of festivals and you can find plenty of things to do in every season. However, winters between December and February are quite chilly as temperatures drop below freezing but there's the Underground City with its chain of attractions to keep you busy and happy. Beginning of March sees temperature rising as tourist season begins and with the advent of June, summer is in full effect as visitors start to arrive in droves to attend festivals and make the most of their vacations. As September arrives it brings fall with it but summer vibes are still there for tourists to have the time of their lives.



All in all, summer is the best season to go to Montreal because all the festivals that are life and blood of the city take place during that period and there’s a great opportunity to explore the city on foot.



ls and you can find plenty of things to do in every season. However, winters between December and February are quite chilly as temperatures drop below freezing but there's the Underground City with its chain of attractions to keep you busy and happy. Beginning of March sees temperature rising as tourist season begins and with the advent of June, summer is in full effect as visitors start to arrive in droves to attend festivals and make the most of their vacations. As September arrives it brings fall with it but summer vibes are still there for tourists to have the time of their lives. All in all, summer is the best season to go to Montreal because all the festivals that are life and blood of the city take place during that period and there’s a great opportunity to explore the city on foot.

Things to do in Montreal

Festivals – Performance Arts & Music



Looking at the number of festivals Montreal hosts, it wouldn't be an understatement to label it the city of festivals. From short-lived ethnic fairs to massive 2-week international productions, the city offers a complete range of outdoorsy pleasures visitors can truly cherish. Here are few you wouldn't want to miss:



Montreal International Jazz Festival: Being one of the largest international jazz event, this festival attracts many notable performers and popular artists from all over the globe. It's such a big deal that many streets in the downtown are shut down to celebrate the music.



Montreal International Fireworks Competition: Don't miss it for anything! This festival is all about modern fireworks competitively performed by 10 or more national teams from around the world which light up the beautiful city.



Francofolies: If you have a taste for French music, Francofolies is the perfect place to be. With outdoor concerts and great food, experience is nothing short of spectacular. 



POP Montreal International Music Festival: Amateur bands featuring a variety of genres bring their sound to the masses. You can almost feel the music in the air.



Just For Laughs Festival: This one of its kind festival gives you more laughs than you'd imagine with its absolutely hilarious indoor shows, street comedy and theater and a mini-festival inside the festival called Comedia.



Festival Mondiale de la bière: Many days of trying out the finest of local Quebec beers, ciders and other beverages. Delicious food is readily accessible and musical performances keep the festival alive.



Montréal en lumière: When you are looking for something cutting edge, Montréal en lumière brings you the right opportunity with its contemporary food, alcohol, performances, arts and other indoor and outdoor activities.



Tourists who can't seem to get enough of festivals can also engage in all sorts of activities in film festivals like World Film Festival, Fantasia, Cinemania and more.



Architecture & Landmarks



Soul of any city can be found in its architecture that personifies the intersection of history, culture and creativity. Montreal offers a lot of intriguing opportunities in that regard, so much so you should be ready to be wowed on every corner.



Old Montreal: Cobblestone streets recreate the feel of France in Canada where you wander around admiring every nook and cranny of the region.



Maison Saint-Gabriel: Situated in Pointe-Saint-Charles, Maison Saint-Gabriel is a marvellous 300 year old living illustration of the traditional architecture of New France.



Habitat 67: Feel the bizarre awe of this unusual work of architectural beauty with all its historical grandeur.



Notre-Dame Basilica: This more than 300 year old Basilica takes the crown of being the oldest Catholic Church in Montreal. Be prepared to be swept off your feet.



Mont Royal - Mount Royal: Designed by the mind behind New York's legendary Central Park, Mount Royal offers a wide range of fun activities along with an exceptional view of the city.



Food Tours & Cuisine



While a diverse variety of cuisine is accessible in the city that speaks French, it's the food tours that take your taste buds for a roller coaster of a ride. Local Montreal Food Tours, Spade & Palacio Non-Touristy Tours, Montreal Craft Beer Tours, 'Round Table Tours, Kava Tours and more bring you closer to an assortment of food bundled with all the relevant knowledge about its history and origin. No wonder Montreal is foodies' delight with highest number of restaurants per capita in North America.



Apart from tours, being the cultural hub of Canada; Montreal is considered to be the culinary mecca of the country with its offerings ranging from cheap ethnic eateries to luxurious and scrumptious fine dining. It doesn't matter if you are hungry for local delights such as beef brisket, poutine, bagels or all-dressed pizza or just want a quick affordable fix in the form of a melt-in-your-mouth cheeseburger, Montreal has it all. What's more? Because of the deep connection with everything French, the city features some of the finest French cafes and restaurants.



Museums



The idea behind museums is to combine curiosity and education in an entertaining package, that's why they attract tens of millions of tourists annually and Montreal, being the cultural capital of the country, competes with the top cities in that regard. While Musee d'art contemporain de Montreal and Montreal Museum of Fine Arts quench the thirst of art aficionados, attractions like Pointe-a-Calliere Museum, Biodome de Montreal, Musee Redpath, Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre and McCord Museum offer more than enough pleasure for history buffs.



Those looking for something different can always check out Barbie Expo, Montreal Insectarium, Grevin Montreal and the eye-catching Biosphere.



Clubbing and Nightlife



One of the many alluring aspects of visiting an urban centre is about enjoying nightlife to its fullest and Montreal isn't any stranger to it with its upbeat stream of fun filled bars, dance clubs, discos, comedy and jazz clubs and piano and karaoke bars. The city has an answer for everyone from a low-key who just wants to witness the madness sipping some fine liquor to a crazy free spirit looking to dance his heart out.



How could a great tour lack shopping? With Jean-Talon Market, Atwater Market, Underground City, Complexe Desjardins, Centre Eaton de Montreal and many more shopping malls you end up spending more than you intended to. The city brings out the shopaholic in you.



Parks in Montreal



Urbanization of a region tends to take away the natural beauty and green but Montreal is a unique city that's been able to maintain a striking balance between natural and artificial. There are tons of parks all over the city some of which shouldn't be forgotten when you're in the city:



Olympic Park - Parc Olympique: This monumental park was established in 1970s to host 1976 Olympics, hence the name, and has attracted more than 100 million visitors since then.



Montreal Botanical Gardens: There are few attractions that must not be missed and Montreal Botanical Gardens is one of them. Hailed as one of the greatest botanical exhibit of the world, there's plenty to fascinate you.



La Fontaine Park: Featuring French-English fusion design, this park has a beautiful lake and offers ice skating during winters.



Other notable natural parks include Laurentian Mountains, Old Port of Montreal, Parc Jean-Drapeau and Bois-de-Liesse Nature Park.

Moving around

Montreal's transit system is exceptional with a wide coverage of Metro service and day/night bus network that's ready to serve. Fares are economical and it is quite convenient to move within the city. Cabs, rental cars and bikes are also popular among visitors looking forward to unfold the next adventure in the city of Montreal.

One of the leading features of the metropolis is its underground pedestrian network which comes in handy as well. It is lined with shops, restaurants, theatres and other fun spots to keep you busy and smiling.

Best time for a trip to Montreal

There is no other city on the planet that evokes the European and North American mix of heritage and culture like Montreal does. This is a city you don't just see but feel. With its French roots and European aura thrown in with all the festivals, great food and architecture, this is a city where you enjoy life to the hilt. This is where memories are made, moments are created and life is truly lived. Nobody knows what the future holds, that's why the time to travel to Montreal is now!