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This is an area of Monteregie that roughly 1,600,000 people reside in.
Quebec, the provincial capital, is roughly 140 miles northeast of Montreal, and Sainte-Catherine is 7 miles to the south.
Some must-see attractions that have helped make this place what it is today, Notre Dame Basilica and Saint Joseph's Oratory shouldn't be missed.
Get active with the kids at La Ronde Six Flags and Montreal Insectarium. If you're looking for even more family fun, head on to the Imperial Cinema and the Cinematheque Quebecoise.
If you're intrigued by animals, put Bird and Flower Sanctuary on your itinerary. If your time is limited, stop by the information counter and collect a map so you can quickly find the park's key exhibits.
To learn more about the fine art of brewing, take the opportunity to visit the Verger Lacroix & Cidrerie. The knowledgeable brewmaster will teach you all about the different brewing methods they use, and what it is that makes these beers so enjoyable!
To truly taste what this region is made of, make the trip to Vineyard Oak River. Take a walking tour through the vineyards and chat with expert vintners. If you find something you particularly love, arrange to have a case shipped back home.
Want to try your luck? Take on the roulette wheel or just enjoy the lively atmosphere at the Montreal Casino.
Spend a morning exploring the diverse collection of plant species on show at the Montreal Botanical Garden. The Montreal Biodome and the Japanese Garden are also worth checking out.
When the weather is fine, grab something for lunch and find a shady nook at one of the picturesque urban parks, such as Mount Royal Park and Champ de Mars. You'll also find plenty of space to lie around on the grass at Centre de la Nature and Morgan Arboretum.
With so many different things to see and do in Montreal, you're going to need help deciding. Once you've arrived, get some local tips at Peter B Yeomans Cultural Centre. You may also like to browse the informative brochures and maps at Greater Montreal Convention and Visitors Bureau and Infotouriste Centre.
St-Lambert Lock and Lac des Castors are fantastic and scenic picnics and bird-watching.
If you're on the hunt for somewhere nice to laze around and relax for a while, spend a day at Saint-Timothee Islands Beach. Here you'll come across tourists and locals taking advantage of the refreshing water and picturesque coastal views.
Turn your phone off and have a break from the modern world at Parc du Domaine Vert and Arena Rosemere. Parc Nature du Cap-St-Jacques and Boucherville Islands National Park are also appreciated by lovers of the natural world.
Grab a friend and explore some of the varied cultural spaces in the area. Enjoy the cool and quiet interior as you check out the different displays at the Biosphere and the Museum of Contemporary Art. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the McCord Museum are also well worth a visit.
The Cosmodome, the Montreal Science Centre and Montreal Planetarium are great for visitors who like learning about the history of science. The wonderful range of objects and models on show at these science-focused museums will keep curious minds stimulated all afternoon.
The natural world holds more treasures than we could hope to see in just one lifetime. Fortunately, institutions such as the Redpath Museum and the Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History make it easier for us by putting them all in one location. The remarkable displays of the Pointe-a-Calliere Museum are equally worth having a look at.
Add to your knowledge of art and design, and maybe even find something to take back home at one of the numerous gallery and exhibition spaces. Start your explorations of this creative hotspot at the Walter Klinkhoff Gallery and the Claude Lafitte Gallery. The St. Dizier Gallery and the Galerie Art 543 are also worth a browse if your schedule allows.
History buffs can travel back through time at the Chateau Ramezay Museum and the Montreal History Centre. The Stewart Museum at St Helen's Island and the Maison Saint-Gabriel are also prominent choices.
Smith House and the Victoria Square are certainly worth paying a visit to, even if you're not a passionate history buff. When it comes to days of old, there's always something else to know. The Place Bonaventure and Montreal City Hall are two more great places to stop by.
A rich history of civil engineering is evident in Jacques Cartier Bridge and Victoria Bridge, two majestic structures that span these waterways.
Discover the region's spiritual side and take some time to reflect at Christ Church Cathedral and Saint Genevieve Church. If you'd be interested to look at more religious sites, have a walk about St. James United Church and Grand Seminary of Montreal.
After you've experienced the star attractions around Montreal, make time to explore some of its lesser-known sights. The Place des Arts and Palais de Justice are a couple of worthwhile options. Also, contemplate a trip to the Fonderie Darling and Parc Jean-Drapeau if you've got the time.
If you are not sure yet where to stay in Montreal, check out Expedia's Montreal hotel options. There are 202 hotels to select from in this beloved destination.
The Ritz-Carlton, Montréal, at 1228 Sherbrooke Street West, and the Hotel Le St-James Montréal, at 355 Saint-Jacques Street are two of the higher-end lodgings in Montreal. Book a room at either and you'll be bound to have the nicest guest amenities in town. Cheaper hotels worth checking out are the Hotel Le Roberval, at 505 Rene-Levesque East, and the Hotel Travelodge Montreal Centre, at 50 René-Lévesque St. West.
While you're in Montreal you won't want to miss Notre Dame Basilica, so another option to consider is staying nearby this iconic attraction. The W Montreal is just 0.3 miles away. Another alternative is the Hotel Nelligan, which is around 0.09 miles away.
This penthouse-style hotel comprises the top two floors of the 17-story Place Bonaventure business and shopping complex and is linked by elevator to Montréal's underground city.
This family-friendly hotel is located in Montreal (Ville-Marie), close to Martlet House, Les Cours Mont-Royal, and Eaton Centre. Also nearby are Quartier de Musee and The Underground City.
Located in a vibrant area of downtown galleries and boutiques, the Montreal hotel is 1 block from rue Ste-Catherine, 2 blocks from the Bell Centre, and 3 blocks from the Museum of Fine Arts.
This hotel is in the Chinese Quarter of downtown Montréal, less than 3 blocks from the city's convention center and Old Montréal.
This downtown boutique hotel is within 2 blocks of the Bell Center and shopping district, and within 1 mile (1.5 kilometers) of Old Montreal.
Located in Quartier des Spectacles, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of St. Patrick's Basilica, Christ Church Cathedral, and Metropolis. Notre Dame Basilica and University of Quebec-Montreal are also within 15 minutes.
Situated in Brossard, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Maison Saint-Gabriel, Atwater Market, and Habitat 67. Notre Dame Basilica and Christ Church Cathedral are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Located in Ville-Marie, this eco-friendly hotel is steps from Phillips Square and Christ Church Cathedral. Notre Dame Basilica and Metropolis are also within 15 minutes.