Colourful Montreal Attractions
Montreal is a multicultural city that does not sleep. Fiercely proud of their French culture, Montrealers also revel in celebrating the many cultures that make up its 4 million residents. World-renowned events such the Jazz Festival and Just for Laughs are some of the more than 90 festivals that welcome visitors from all over the world. Not to mention the charm and beauty of Old Montreal which transports you through time. Blending historical charm and the modern world, Montreal offers visitors cultural, sport, musical, and theatrical experiences that are second to none.
Top Montreal Must-See Attractions
1 Mont-Royal View of Montreal from Mont Royal
2 Vieux-Montreal (Old Montreal) Vieux-Montreal (Old Montreal)
3 Jardin Botanique (Botanical Garden)
4 Notre-Dame Basilica and other religeous sites
5 Oratoire Saint-Joseph (St. Joseph's Oratory)
6 Parc Jean Drapeau
7 Musée des Beaux Arts (Fine Arts Museum) and other Montreal Museums
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Old Montreal Attractions
Hotel Nelson Building at Place Jacques Cartier in Old Montreal
At the Jardin Nelson restaurant located on the first floor of the building since 2008, you will experience the true essence of the Old Port of Montreal. With its live music bands (Jazz and Blues) and its enchanted terrace, prepare yourself to fall in love.
Thanks to retractable awnings, parasols, and pergolas, your comfort is assured. Even if it rains or the sun is too strong, the giant parasols cover the terraces so that you can continue your meal in perfect comfort.
The Jardin Nelson is particularly romantic when it rains. If you feel like enjoying a hot drink and rhythmic jazz or a cold beer and listen to a live jazz band, be sure to make a stop.
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