Montreal Travel Guide


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    Many people love to travel but for whatever reasons you have to love travelling, one of the main explorations one should discover in a new city or place is the distinctive cuisine it offers. Every City is known for a certain type of dish. If you look deeper enough, you’ll find a treasure dish or del...

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Hotels in Montreal (194 Hotels) See All Montreal Hotels

  • Hotel Le St-James Montréal

    Be simply moments apart from The Caisse de Depot et placement du Quebec, DHC/ART and Palais des Congres when you remain at Hotel Le St-James Montréal in Montreal. Joseph ...

  • Hotel Nelligan

    Hotel Nelligan is among the top, finest places to lodge in Montreal. Perfectly located near Le Vaisseau D'or, Dolls and Treasures and Old Montreal Walking Tour, Hotel Nel...

  • Le Petit Hotel

    Found in Montreal, Le Petit Hotel is conveniently positioned in close proximity to Guidatour Private Tours, Fantomes Montreal Ghosts and Pointe-a-Calliere Museum. Various...

  • Hotel Gault

    Hotel Gault is among the ideal, premium places to stay in Montreal. Perfectly placed in close proximity to Le Confessionnal, PHI Centre and POINT3 Language Center, Hotel ...

Things To Do in Montreal See All Things To Do in Montreal

  • Mont Royal

    Mont Royal

    1260, Chemin Remembr...

    Activities, Attractions, Outdoors, Landmarks and Points Of Interest
  • Kava Tours

    Kava Tours

    2065 Parthenais

    Activities, Attractions, Tours, Landmarks and Points Of Interest
  • St. Joseph's Oratory Of Mount Royal

    St. Joseph's Oratory...

    3800 chemin Queen-Ma...

    Attractions, Arts and Culture
  • Montreal Museum Of Fine Arts

    Montreal Museum Of F...

    1380, rue Sherbrook...

    The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) is an art museum in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is Montrea...

    Attractions, Arts and Culture

About Montreal

Many people love to travel but for whatever reasons you have to love travelling, one of the main explorations one should discover in a new city or place is the distinctive cuisine it offers. Every City is known for a certain type of dish. If you look deeper enough, you’ll find a treasure dish or delicacies buried somewhere that has never been discovered yet. For “foodie-lovers” like us, it becomes the center focus of the trip. And whether you just want to know about Montreal or you’re a “foodie” yourself, may the information you find here helps you find what you’re looking for and hopefully, stir your food craving desires as well. Montreal city of the Quebec Province is known to be the most diverse metropolis in Canada. Grace and elegance are evident in the city where the blend of the past and the present meet daily. However they are most known for their mouthwatering dishes that captured the hearts of many locals and tourists. And today, it’s grabbing spotlight internationally. So being Canada’s foodie capital, it’s only right to get yourself acquainted to some of their best known foods, which many other countries have tried their best to replicate including Paris and New York. First on the list and the most popular of all of Montreal’s delicious food, Poutine or read as “poot-tzin” was promoted to be the National Dish of Canada by CNN. It has made a name for itself outside the city and has taken over the food community internationally. This famous fast food dish is made with french fries, filled with cheesy curds and light brown gravy on top. Tell me who can resist that? Surely it was not called the “Poutine Heaven” in the fifties for no reason. There’s nothing like a Montreal-style bagel. When you visit the city, this must be in your list of food to eat. They are smaller in size and sweeter in taste. Montreal’s bagels are wood-fired and come in sesame and poppy seeds. It’s even competing closely in sales against the New York’s Bagel in New York! So never leave the city without trying this famous bagel for a perfect break on your day’s travel. If you’re up for something heavier in the stomach to satisfy that Montreal cravings, then try Montreal-style smoked meat or simply called the “Smoked meat”. This lip smacking kosher-style deli meat is treated in seasoning with aromatic spices, peppercorns and considerably less sugar than your usual pastrami. But the major difference is the cut of the meat. It is made with brisket and served between ryes like a “rye bread” sandwich. It’s surely going to be a one messy satisfying meal. If you’re on a tight budget, the yellow pea soup will be an affordable and delicious Montreal dish for you. And it’s a well balanced meal too! It’s made from dried peas and it can be frozen well so you can keep some for later.

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