Places in Montréal you should not Miss
Museum of Contemporary Arts: Called the museum of the twenty-first century, this museum is situated next to Place des Arts, making it part of the only cultural complex in Canada devoted to both the performing and visual arts. It is also the only Canadian institution dedicated exclusively to contemporary art.
Montréal Biodome: Best described as a museum of the environment; the Biodome is an interesting recreation of four distinct ecosystems. You'll find woodlands typical of the Canadian shield, a marine zone similar to the Gulf of St. Lawrence, a tropical rainforest and a Polar climate. Each eco-zone is dutifully recreated and includes appropriate plants and wildlife.
Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal: This dance company was founded in 1957. Since then, it has made a significant contribution to the evolution of dance in Canada and is now highly respected throughout the world.
Montréal Botanical Gardens: Established in 1931, this is now the third largest botanical garden in the world. It has ten greenhouses for you to visit and thirty different outdoor gardens comprising about 26,000 varieties of plants. There is also a tree house where you can learn about Quebec's forests and how trees contribute to Montréal's green urban environment.
Just for Laughs Comedy Festival: Prepare to fall off your chair laughing! This is a bilingual festival that attracts more than 200 performers and half a million comedy lovers. Some acts are free, while others require paid-ticket bookings.
Montréal World Film Festival If you're visiting Montréal in the early fall; plan to see some of the films screened at this festival. The festival is held at several theatres around town and attracts celebs and industry people from every corner of the globe.
The Montréal Impact is Montréal’s cool soccer team. If you like soccer, you’ll love the impact!
What About Montréal’s Secret Spots?
§Montréal Museum of Fine Arts is the oldest museum in Canada. It has a great collection not to be missed.
§The Canadian Centre of Architecture is situated just off Réne-Lévesque Blvd West at 1920 Baile Street and is well worth the visit. You'll find an interesting bookshop on the architecture and design found in Montréal.
§The Latin Quarter is a neighbourhood with lots of cafés, bars, restaurants and theatres. The main streets are St-Denis, St-Laurent (between Sherbrooke and Rachel) and St-Catherine between St-Laurent and Berri. Awesome jazz in this part of town!
§Schwartz's Deli at 3895 St-Laurent is considered by many to have the best smoked meat in the world. You can't visit Montréal without sampling the local specialty -- a smoked meat sandwich.
§Crescent Street is located in the heart of downtown; perhaps the most popular streets to frequent, it is loaded with bars, restaurants, great shopping, and incredibly trendy nightlife!
§Fairmont Bagels between Park Street and St Urbain on Fairmont is famous for its Montréal-style bagels, which are sought the world over. Double-boiled and baked in a wood oven just the way they're supposed to be!
این رو هم ما قسمت شده و دیدیم ،خیلی قشنگه،بزرگترین ارگ دنیا تو این کلیسا قرار داره،هنر دوستان خیلی از اینجا لذت میبرند.
§The Old Fortifications are walls that once protected the settlement of Ville-Marie. Some parts are still standing behind the city hall on the Champs-de-Mars and in the Pointe-à-Callière Museum.