The Montreal Experience
 
Montreal Activities
Activities in the city of Montreal

Montreal has a unique mix of historical, natural and cultural offerings to satisfy even your most diverse tour groups and individual travelers. In 2006 Montreal became the third city in the world (after Buenos Aires and Berlin) to be designated a city of design by UNESCO

Montreal’s highest point and most recognizable landmark is Mont Royal (Mount Royal), offering dramatic views of the city and the St Lawrence River. The first destination for most visitors is Old Montreal, with its spectacular collection of historic buildings, inviting public spaces and the riverside promenades of the adjacent Old Port.  Montreal Activities are endless and the only true way to fully absorb the Montreal Experience is to indulge in all which this fabulous city has to offer. The following are some activities that we at the Montreal Experience recommend to do while visiting city of Montreal.

CASINOS: three Montreal casinos offer their visitors an exhilarating combination of entertainment, gastronomy and gaming. Not only must they be seen, they must above all be experienced!

 

CITY UNDER THE CITY: A vast network of pedestrian walkways spread out below the city. To put a number on it, there are 30 kilometers of connecting areas, passageways and hubs beneath the downtown.

 

GOLF: Montreal has a wide array of great golf courses, tucked away into different areas throughout the city. There are over twelve to choose from on the islands of Montreal and Laval, including Meadowbrook, Metropolitan, Golf Dorval and the Village de Senneville. Surrounding the island of Montreal you’ll find dozens more, all within a short distance. Mont Tremblant’s Diable is one of the finest courses in the east, with people coming from all over to take in a game on the spectacular fairways.

 

LASER QUEST: Combines the classic games of tag and hide & seek with a high-tech twist. Donning the most sophisticated laser tag equipment available, the game is played in a large, multi-level arena featuring specialty lighting, swirling fog and heart-pounding music. Whether individually or on team’s players use their lasers to score as many points as possible by tagging the sensors on their opponents’ equipment.

 

MUSEUMS: At the heart of the city’s cultural life, the Museum Quarter radiates out from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. The Montreal Museums Pass allows visitors free admission to 32 museums and attractions in the city for three consecutive days. These are available with or without public transport from both tourist offices and participating museums.

 

PAINT BALL: A strategic game in which you must capture your adversary’s flag, but beware of different difficulties which you will find, but mostly beware of your adversaries who are trying to capture your flag. Try our twelve different fields, attack the fort, cross the river, and crawl through the bushes to surprise your adversary.

 

SHOPPING: Downtown has always been identified with Sainte-Catherine Street, Montreal’s renowned commercial thoroughfare. Stretching for 15 kilometers across the city from east to west, the Street is lined with the major department stores, shops and restaurants that have been the pride of Montréal for more than a century.

 

SKIING: With 94 runs serviced by 13 state-of-the-art lifts, Mt. Tremblant dominates a stunningly beautiful countryside. Here, those who live for the great outdoors and love to breathe clean air have the perfect playground.

 

SNOWBOARDING: Mt. Tremblant is the place to check out for boarding and it is only an hour or so north of downtown Montreal. Ski Magazine rates Tremblant’s snow Park as one of the best snow parks in North America. It’s an extreme, high-energy place with 18 acres of ramps, modules, jumps, music, and a super Olympic-caliber 130-metre long, 6-metre high half-pipe.

 

SNOWMOBILING: Discover the Laurentians, the world’s largest winter playground with nearly 5500 km of snowmobiling trails. Wind your way across lakes and through the majestic mountains, on well groomed scenic trails. Stop in along your route for a good hearty meal and drink in an authentic atmosphere right by the trail.

 

TUBING: Mt. Saint Sauveur only less an hour away from downtown Montreal offers the perfect solution for snow frolicking if you are not into skiing or boarding. This large mountain offers 15 trails, 2 with steep slopes and 3 lifts Snow Rafting: 2 trails and 1 lift.

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Montreal will not only take your breath away with its rich culture, history, and European flair. But it will blow your mind the minute the sun goes down! The sights and sounds get brighter, louder, and sexier as Canada's leading party and night life mecca becomes the ultimate experience for the party-goer in you!

 
 

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