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|Montreal city centre|
|Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL): 9 mi from city centre|
Planning a holiday in Montreal? The hippest city in French-Canada is waiting! Search for cheap flights to Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport (YUL) onboard British Airways, Air Transat, Air Canada and Swiss. Most major American airlines also operate the route with one stopover.
The cheapest flights to Montreal are always found well in advance, 5-6 months before your planned departure. Montreal is extremely popular in summer, especially during the Jazz Festival, the biggest in the world.
Direct flights to Montreal take 7 hours from London.
Montreal is the second biggest city in Canada and the second biggest French-speaking city after Paris. It's got old-school charm with a buzzing music and arts scene. Brush up on your French and let's go!
Old Montreal: HIstoric Canada is right here. Old Montreal is home to some beautiful buildings from the 17th to 19th century. Most of the city's museums are housed here as well. Pick up a walking route map from the tourist office.
Parc Jean-Drapeau: This is where the 1967 World's Fair took place and today is home to a fantastic park, artificial beach, pools and Montreal's Formula 1 Grand Prix racing circuit.
Biodome: This place is a must. Once a velodrome for the Olympic Games, today it houses four ecosystems that you can walk through, kind of like an interactive zoo but better. Visit the South American rainforest, the Laurentian Forest, an estuary for marine animals from the Saint Lawrence and the Arctic and Antarctic.
Find more information on Tourisme-Montreal.
There is no shortage of accommodation in Montreal. There are endless hostels for budget travellers as well as Bed & Breakfasts. You'll find the most hotels in Montreal's Latin Quarter. For boutique and pricey, try a guesthouse in Old Montreal. MId-range hotels are mostly in the downtown area and cater to business travellers.
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