If you are an adherent art lover or frolic foodie or seasonal tourist, Montreal has the heart for everybody. Acute Architecture, a flamboyant festival, a thing for music, Montreal intrigues tourists in several ways with 400 years of history, French culture, and old-world charm merging into the modern muse.
Here are five cool things to do in Montreal:
1. Basilique Notre-Dame: Your Montreal trip won't be complete without visiting basilicas. Montreal's most iconic landmark Nortedome basilica with intricate interior and architecture. A visual delight of one-of-a-kind, colossal symphony, and glittering windows give you the surreal experience of beauty and divinity.
3. Enjoy the food: Montreal food is a culture. You are vegan or vegetarian, or just a foodie Montreal gives you all kind of experience. Not just food you will witness all the quirky and classy decor.
4. Vist the Insectarium and botanical garden: Does it sound cool to you? Trust me, not just me; my five-year-old was intrigued by this insectarium. A significant collection of insects from all over the world and is also the largest museum in North America. There is a large display of over 250,000 specimens of living and mounted insects. A good learning experience for the kids.
Montreal Botanical garden: Here you are amazed by the zen garden from Japan or cactus from Mexico or tropical spices or orchids from South Asia. A trip of beauty and biodiversity from around the world.
5. Experience the underground shopping Market: Whether you are a savvy shopper or a window browser, sneak peek at the world's largest underground shopping experience. Locally known as RESO, it is an underground network of shopping centers, hotels, food courts and coffee shops restaurants, exhibits.