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Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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Things to do in Deux-Montagnes

Montreal’s favorite amusement park lights up the night sky in summertime, and has some of the highest and fastest roller coasters in Canada.

Sitting high above the city, this modern basilica and “house of miracles” offers tranquility, soaring Italian Renaissance architecture and Montreal’s best views.

The incandescent blue and gold interior of Montreal’s spiritual heart dazzles visitors and pilgrims. It was once the largest house of worship in North America.

This collection of hills in the center of Montréal is where Montrealers come to enjoy the outdoors. Hike, ice-skate and enjoy the views of the cityscape.

Historic architecture, modern attractions and an exciting calendar of festivals make it impossible to get bored at this lively and scenic riverfront space.

Originally created as “a corsage for the city’s lapel,” Montreal’s premier gardens have blossomed into a horticultural and cultural giant. 

Montreal's “house of life” is a zoo, an aquarium and a nature preserve all under one futuristic glass roof. 

From 1847 to 1963, this Montreal landmark served as the central farmers’ market. Today, it’s an upscale mall featuring the best of Quebec’s creativity and style.

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A national historic site in its own right, Pointe-a-Calliere, the Museum of Montreal, takes visitors on a journey through Montreal’s past from the 14th century to the present day. Experience walking above Montreal’s birthplace, the Fort de Ville Marie, on a state of the art glass floor.

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Discover the heart of historic Montreal on this enthralling walking tour. A professional guide shares knowledge of the city's storied past, pointing out the architectural landmarks and centuries-old secrets that abound within the stone walls of Old Montreal.

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Take in sweeping city views from the Montreal Tower Observatory—the world’s tallest inclined tower at 575 feet (175 m) high—then choose to explore 1 or 2 of the museums at the Space for Life complex, which includes a botanical garden and insectarium and a planetarium.

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Journey back through 400 years of history on this magnificent tour of Quebec City, the historic heart of Francophone North America. Find charming Old World atmosphere in narrow streets, look for architectural treasures beyond the tourist track, and learn a bit about the city's history from your expert guide.

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Stand atop the largest inclined tower in the world to view Montreal from a sky-high angle. On a clear day, you can see 50 miles (80 km) in all directions, which offers you the opportunity to witness both the thriving city and the lush St. Lawrence River valley.

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Explore the history of tea in Montreal with an expert guide leading the way. Visit shops that have contrasting ways of brewing teas to get a thorough representation of the many unique forms of tea in the city.