Montreal is a friendly city. It's not of the one megalopole we can imagine with so much traffic, noises and effervency. It's rather one quiet city, not so big and not so small with various beautiful districts like Le Plateau-Mont Royal or Le Vieux-Port. The major part of the city is in french ; on signals and as language. One of the scenery to see is the Mont-Royal and this impressive Jacques Cartier Bridge. Chinatown is also one of the attraction of the city with Jean-Drapeau Park, the Biosphere, Arts Square, Dorchester Square where you can stare a lot of squirrels. The main streets are Sainte Catherine street, Rene Levesque Boulevard and Sherbrooke West Street. On these last one, you find many restaurant, shopping mall and curiosities to visit. The transportation network is easy to use. The city can also be crossed by foot if you are a good walker. Or in another way you can rent bikes. The food is also tasty. One of the famous and lavish dishes is la Poutine at La Banquise restaurant. If you want to enjoy nightlife, it exists in Montreal some hidden bars in the city. This is the case of the Big Japan bar hidden in Saint-Lawrence Boulevard.
Places to see
Basilique Notre Dame of Montreal
Windsor Train Station
Vieux-Port of Montreal
Le Plateau-Mont Royal
Capital City Ottawa Languages English, French, Inuktitut Currency Canadian Dollar