Explore the attractions that make Montreal City some of the most diverse, beautiful and exciting places in Canada.
Basilique Notre-Dame: This thriving Catholic church has a stunning medieval-style interior, don’t miss the fine art paintings in the nave and the impressive Chapelle du Sacre-Coeur hidden behind the altar.
Parc du Mont-Royal: The protected district of Parc du Mont-Royal covers more than 343 acres of forested mountain, providing abundant green spaces, shrubs and flowers, as well as habitats for hundreds of species of birds and other wildlife.
Les Laurentides: (the Laurentians) Are part of a shield of forested peaks enclosed by the Ottawa, St Lawrence and Saguenay rivers, and are best known for their magnificent ski slopes, which roll into sight one hour north of Montreal.
Rue Saint-Paul: Montreal's oldest street is Rue Saint-Paul, paved in cobblestones and home to many historic buildings such as the Bonsecours Market.
Montreal Biosphere: The Montreal Biosphere is now home to an environmental museum that teaches visitors about sustainable development.
River Surfing: Did you know you could surf in Montreal? There are a few spots on the St. Lawrence River with standing waves that you can actually surf!