Montreal Travel News ( Press Release )
The Laurentians and Montreal Await Visitors in Quest of Excitement and Adventure.
Montreal is the second-largest French-speaking city in the world. The city loves to celebrate, and it has become a
city of dazzling international festivals (jazz, film, comedy, fireworks, fine dining and so forth). The rhythm of events
is intense, with visitors and Montrealers alike joining in the dance. The city's mixture of European and North
American charms surprise and enchant. Montreal sparkles with light, inviting ceaseless activity, day and night.
Dynamic and modern, but respectful of its architectural heritage, Montreal successfully blends the old with the new.
A trip through the past in Old Montreal and the Old Port lets you witness the origins and growth of the Metropolis.
Museums and historical sites alternate with irresistible bistros in an atmosphere of yesteryear.
No doubt, the above overview of Montreal would suffice to arouse your interest, but there is even more to discover
only 40 minutes north of the city, The Laurentians : four-season natural beauty, sandy beaches, or countless lakes
and streams, extreme sports, spas, gastronomy, fishing and hunting cornerstones, animal tracking, golf courses, ski
resorts, cross-country ski trails, Indian sweatlodges, snowmobile, dogsleighing, Quad, boating, cycling (60-mile long
linear park along historical train tracks), sugar shacks, vineyards...The possibilities are endless!
Granted, we do not have dolphins or whales, nor do we have palm trees or year-long tropical weather, but with the
diversity of activities and the richness found within both our sites, we believe any trip can be totally fulfilling. Add
the charms of a warm, friendly French ambience, and your stay is bound to be memorable. Of course, you could
decide to come to Montreal and to the Laurentians on two separate occasions, but you will find that the combination
of both is the key to a perfectly balanced vacation!
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