Flourishing on an island on the Saint Lawrence River, this typically North American city wonderfully combines old buildings with tall, modern towers. As the second largest French-speaking city in the world, Montreal is one of the most cosmopolitan places in Canada, where every district has a specific atmosphere. Some of those districts include: the Chinese, gay, business, student and historical districts, ...
The economic centre of the Quebec region, Montreal is Canada's second biggest city (after Toronto).
The city was built on an island on the Saint Lawrence River. With its metros, bridges, and tunnels, it's easy to forget this interesting semi-insular location.
Divided into 19 boroughs, Montreal is rich with neighbourhoods full of character, like the Chinese district, whose community is very present in Montreal.
Montreal is rich in original and widely varied architecture. Every borough has its own surprises in store for visitors.
The city is well known for its many parks which stay full from the first signs of spring to the first snowflakes. It has to be said that winter here is long!
Linking the island of Montreal to the city of Longueuil, the bridge was built in 1925 by Philip Louis Pratley.
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