Montreal Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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  1. Laila S says:

    I'm Canadian and I really want to move there but i'm scared since I only know the basics of french. Je parle et comprende un peu mais je n'est pas fluent :(. i want to learn more but i worry it will be difficult to live there as i've heard most people will only speak french and do not like to speak english? if anyone knows more about living there without much french please let me know how it is!

  2. Brandy Lynn says:

    OH! Beautiful Montreal! I relocated here and have such a love for this city. I have lived and traveled all around the USA and love some of the places I have been, but nothing is like Montreal. I have created a channel for Montreal called Brandy Lynn: Montreal and Beyond. This channel is great for anyone wanting to visit or move to Montreal or a local who just wants to rediscover a love for their city. Check it out. I always follow back.

  3. Sania Hussain says:

    I just came back for a week vacation in Montréal… absolutely incredible. I highly recommend staying in old town, where you will be walking distance to the square and also the pier. An absolutely stunning city with so much culture and magic

  4. Jabrul Islam says:

    1. Don't visit in the winter (late November-late February).
    2. Don't visit during construction season (google it, as its always changing, also the city is run by Italian Construction mobs so don't be surprised if you see random streets closed off for no reason with no work being done)
    3. Get an OPUS card and use the Metro system, its cheaper compared to regular fares, if you're going to be staying within the island its sometimes faster to take metro than a car.
    4. There are really good food outside the tourist areas, go to St Denis street, rue Notre-Dame-Ouest, Gay Village or Griffintown.
    5. Don't spend money unnecessarily, you're here to see the city, not to do/buy stuff you could in your own city. There is always something going on, go to the free stuff too.

  5. BlueMoph says:

    If you ever have questions about the city I will answer you in both languages, french and english

    si vous avez des questions sur la ville, je vous répondrai dans les deux langues, français et anglais

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