Montreal Festivals & Attractions
Not only is Montreal Canada's second largest city, but it's also the second largest French-speaking city in the world! Visiting Montreal is like visiting Europe without having to leave North America. From shopping, to international dining, to inspiring historical sites to modern attractions, Montreal is a city that has something for everyone.
- La Ronde-6 Flags Amusement Park (7KM)
- Montreal Casino (15 KM)
- Bell Centre
- Olympic Stadium
- Botanical Gardens (12 KM)
- Old Montreal (11 KM)
- Montreal Convention Center
- Parc Safari
- Fort-Lennox National Historic Site
- Fort-Chambly National Historic Site
- Orchestre symphonique de Longueuil
- Biking trails
The Holiday Inn Montreal-Longueuil is located only steps away from Montreal's many international festivals such as Montreal Grand Prix, the Montreal International Jazz Festival, the Francofolies, the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival and the Mondial SAQ Fireworks. In Monteregie, numerous colourful festivities are happening all year-round. Either for cultural events or agritourism activities, the choice is yours. The most famous ones are the International Balloon Festival of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and the Beers and Flavours Festival of Chambly.
Montreal is truly a Mecca for enthusiastic shoppers, from the clothing boutiques of St. Catherine Street to the thousands of stores in The Underground City. You'll enjoy the art galleries of Old Montreal, the antique stores along Rue Notre Dame, the Eaton Centre, the Montreal Trust Shopping Centre, the Holt Renfrew department store, the Promenades de la Cathredral Shopping Centre and many, many more.
Dining, Entertainment & Nightlife
Crescent Street, Bishop Street and St. Catherine Street West, incredibly vibrant areas for a night on the town. Bars, nightclubs, dance clubs and every kind of restaurant imaginable can be found in these popular areas.