A visit to the eastern Canadian city of Montreal is not complete without experiencing its fascinating art, culture, food and architecture.
Built for the 1967 World's Fair, the Montreal Biosphere is now home to an environmental museum that teaches visitors about sustainable development.<br><br>Get more info about Matthew Karsten. Visit <a href="http://www.ExpertVagabond.com"><b>ExpertVagabond.com</b></a>.
Montreal's metro subway system transports more than 1 million passengers a day. An unlimited 3-day pass only costs $16.
Downtown Montreal's new skyscrapers mix with Old Montreal's centuries-old architecture for an impressive skyline along the St. Lawrence River.
Schwartz's Deli is probably Montreal's most famous eatery, known for its giant smoked-meat sandwiches and long lines.
For museum lovers, Montreal has a bit of everything. The Château Ramezay museum covers 500 years of local history.
Did you know you could surf in Montreal? There are a few spots on the St. Lawrence River with standing waves that you can actually surf!
If you're looking for tasty local fish, cheese, produce or baked goods, you can't beat Atwater Farmers’ Market.
Montreal is a very bike-friendly city, and home to one of the most successful public bike rental systems in the world.
Depending on what neighborhood you're in, you'll often find all kinds of interesting street art, murals and graffiti in Montreal.
A great place to catch an English-language play, the Centaur Theatre in Old Montreal used to be the Old Stock Exchange Building.
Poutine is a favorite French-Canadian late-night snack made with french fries, cheese curds and gravy.
This unique housing complex is one of Montreal's most famous landmarks, built in the 1960s by architect Moshe Safdie.
You'll find street performers of all kinds on a walk through the busy Place des Arts area of Montreal.
Another famous Montreal landmark, the Notre-Dame Basilica was built in 1829. Its massive cathedral ceilings and stained-glass windows are a highlight.
Montreal's oldest street is Rue Saint-Paul, paved in cobblestones and home to many historic buildings such as the Bonsecours Market.