Private jet charter and flights to Montréal
Montréal’s French-Anglo influences give way to a rich blend of cultures including Italian, Chinese and Caribbean. Widely considered to be Canada’s cultural capital, this charming island city is a haven of unbridled creativity, where innovative world-inspired cuisine and an exciting arts scene complement world-class museums and bustling marketplaces. Experience it all: request a private jet charter quote from Air Charter Service.
The best time to visit is in the summertime, when the city comes alive with endless festivals. MontrÃ©al is surprisingly easy to navigate, especially by bicycle. Take a cycling tour of the scenic Canal de Lachine or pedal a retreat to the sprawling hilltop city-park of Mount Royal â€“ home to Canadaâ€™s largest church, the Catholic shrine of St Josephâ€™s Oratory. Explore Old MontrÃ©alâ€™s ancient cobbled streets, admiring historic cathedrals and the breathtaking Notre-Dame Basilica, before stopping for a coffee in one of the traditional cafÃ©s which line Boulevard Saint-Laurent or Place Jacques-Cartier.
Uncover more of the cityâ€™s fascinating history at Pointe-Ã -CalliÃ¨re Museum, before discovering its modern side with a spine-tingling opera performance at Place des Arts or a walk through the Olympic Stadiumâ€™s immersive BiodÃ´me experience. Head below street-level to the Underground City, an astonishing 20-mile warren of tunnels lined with shops, bars and restaurants; or wander around hip Mile End, a lively artistsâ€™ district known for its relaxed cafÃ©s and trendy boutiques. Gourmands will love the iconic Jean-Talon Market, an open-air foodie haven in Little Italy, while art enthusiasts should visit the excellent Museum of Fine Arts. After dark, head to Rue St-Denis in the Latin Quarter, famous for its lively nightlife.
MontrÃ©al is a cosmopolitan shopping destination. Rue Sainte-Catherine is the cityâ€™s mainstream retail hub, while vintage-hunters will love funky Mount-Royal Avenueâ€™s stylish second-hand stores. Admire historic architecture while browsing upscale designer boutiques along Rue Saint-Denis, before perusing high-end stores on the cobblestones of Rue Saint-Paul. Youâ€™ll also find several big shopping malls, including the Complexe Desjardins and Place Ville Marie.
MontrÃ©alâ€™s diverse food scene sets the bar for Canadian cuisine. The eclectic mix of eateries includes fine-dining restaurants, artisanal bakeries, vegan cafÃ©s, trendy food markets and bagel shops. The cityâ€™s most celebrated haute cuisine offering, ToquÃ©!, serves inventive farm-to-fork QuÃ©bÃ©cois dishes, while iconic Jewish deli Schwartzâ€™s offers melt-in-the-mouth smoked beef sandwiches in a more laidback atmosphere. Donâ€™t travel home without trying the provincial speciality, poutine â€“ a moreish dish of crispy French fries smothered in cheese curds and rich gravy.
Youâ€™ll find a range of excellent hotels here, ranging from refined luxury to relaxed sophistication. Hotel William Gray blends historic buildings with sleek modern design and a chic rooftop terrace, while the independently-owned Hotel Le Crystal is a stylish hideaway with a pampering spa. For those seeking boutique accommodation, the intimate Hotel Gault boasts just 30 rooms in a converted landmark building.
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