Olympic Stadium and Montreal Tower

The stadium was built when Montréal hosted the 1976 Olympics. Over-hanging the stadium is the world's tallest inclined tower. A cable car will take you 175 meters to the top where you can get quite a good view Read More

Montreal Botanical Gardens

Established in 1931, this is now the third largest botanical garden in the world. It has ten greenhouses for you to visit and thirty different Read More

Air Canada Grand Prix Racing

People from all over the world visit Montréal in early June to see this event, the only Formula 1 race in North America. This formula racing is one of the famous racing event in the world and is enjoyed Read More

Bell Center

Bell Center was founded in 1996 and is a home to the Montréal Canadians Hockey Club. This stadium is located in Downtown and is famous for Offsite events. This stadium holds a sitting capacity of 21,000 spectators and also used for music concerts and family entertainment programs. Address: 1260 De La Gauchetière Street West Montréal, Québec H3B 5E8 Read More

Montreal Biosphere

The Biosphere is a museum in Montreal which is dedicated to the environment. Biosphere Environment Museum is founded in 1995 as a water museum and later Read More

Central Station

Central Station was started building in 1938 and opened for Public use on 1943. The station Passengers Departure Hall is decorated with the historical lives of the Canadians, their activities and dreams for future. The decorative elements and themes across the Central Station architecture show typical Canadian work and leisure activities. Along the Base of fresco the Canadian National Anthem is written. A bakery, drug store, florist and restaurants are located inside Central Station. Read More

City Hall

Montreal City Hall is one of the most famous tourist places and this place has a history of more than 200 years. City Hall has survived a major fire outbreak in 1922. The City Hall is also famous for the speech the French Ministers has given there for the people of Quebec. To see this dazzling spectacular building visit it at night when it is light up. Read More

Amherst Street

This Street is famous for its Antique shops that are located on this street and have a collection of famous objects from 1930 to 1960s. The southern end of the street gives a striking view of the elegant Clock Tower in the Old Port while the Art Deco architecture of the impressive Saint-Jacques Market building. Read More


The history of Chinatown started in 1860 when Chinese people migrate to Canada to work in mines and railroads. Chinese people settled in Saint-Laurent Boulevard and have kept Asian culture alive through the district. The streets are crowded with shops selling different products like exotic foods, traditional crafts, martial arts accessories, herbs and natural medicines. Read More

Bernard Street

Bernard Street is located in one of the busiest and residential zone of the Bernard Avenue and is one of the famous century architecture, ample greenery and vivid gardens that make it a pleasant and enticing spot to visit. You can enjoy fine dining , culinary treasures, relaxing atmosphere and welcoming neighborhood these all things make it one of the city’s most visited corner. Read More