Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL)

Few can resist the charm of smart and spirited Montreal. With a storied past, where it once was a First Nations settlement, a French colony and a British stronghold, Montreal blends an old soul with a modern heart, blossoming into one of the world’s dynamic metropolises. As you walk through the city, your time-traveling stroll takes you into the past or future with every step. Memories of New France swirl among ultra-modern construction in this UNESCO City
of Design.

Wander along the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal, shining with its 18th-century stone buildings; now a bustling spot with boutiques and cafes. A few streets over, you’ll hear the buzz of a energetic downtown that is trendy and wildly creative. Visit Ile Ste-Helene where you'll find the Montreal Casino, the Biosphere from Expo '67 and La Ronde,
a world-class amusement park; or explore the 1976 Olympic Park on Montreal Island.

Food & Festivals

Montreal’s multicultural population shapes the cuisine, culture and conversation. Food, from delightful patisseries to divine produce, is enjoyed happily. With Montreal's inspiring number of restaurants, chances are that you’re going to find just the region or type of food you crave, and it’s going to be delicious.

Chefs showcase fresh produce in dishes that are innovative and seasoned to perfection. In the ingredients and finished creations, you’ll find an inspired blend of local influences, daring world flavors and European heritage. The street food scene, including food trucks and take-out meal stands, offers a diverse range of high-quality products. As for nightlife, in any season, people love to go out. You’ll find cafés, bars, clubs, galleries, museums and more in this lively city.

Montreal’s devotion to fine food and drink is celebrated with culinary events throughout the year. Montreal en Lumiere festival occurs in winter, and thaws your soul with art, music and gourmet fare. Don’t miss restaurant week, either. Other favorite festivals throughout the year are the International Jazz Festival, the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, the FrancoFolies festival of French music and the International des Feux Loto-Québec, a fireworks competition.

Outdoor Life

As an island city, Montreal is the perfect outdoor destination, including parks, watersports and 300+ miles of bike trails. Being active and enjoying the outdoors is part and parcel to the Montreal urban lifestyle. From jogging, golfing, skateboarding, inline skating, rock climbing and more, when it comes to open-air pursuits, Montreal is a
4-season playground.

Winter sport enthusiasts have it all: snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice skating and tobogganing. Summer brings kayaking, surfing and rafting for the water lovers. And cycling aficionados can pedal all over an extensive network of paths to explore the city by bike. Including downtown’s unique Mount Royal, Montreal is home to some 17 major public parks, and the botanical garden is recognized as one of the most beautiful in the world.

Fashion Forward

From haute couture to ready-to-wear fashion and from antiques to art galleries, Montreal is a dynamic shopping mecca. This city is full of flair, style and innate fashion sense, which you’ll see in the way the residents combine original, vintage and on-trend elements for a look all their own. Get a taste on Sainte Catherine Street, a 9-mile stretch of one-of-a-kind shops and big-name brands. Have your fill during the Big Fashion Sale, a showcase of Quebec designers and their creativity or the Fashion and Design Festival in August with the biggest names in fashion.

Montreal is also ideal for a beauty boost with its collection of spas, beauty centers and unique ways to rejuvenate like snow-yoga or floating in an egg-shaped bath.

Travel Details

A gateway to North America that’s just an hour from the U.S. border, Montreal is easy to get to, with direct flights from most major international destinations. Getting around this safe and compact island city is easy, whatever means you choose. BIXI bike rentals or public transit, including buses and a subway, are great transportation options.

Montreal vacation packages include a wide variety of hotels for every taste, no matter what your needs. Each neighborhood has its own distinctive hotel type. For example, the Old Port of Montreal has many charming boutique hotels. Montreal also has guesthouses and independent hotels. Bundle, book and save with Delta Vacations on a
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