Pointe-à-Callière Museum and Notre-Dame Basilica, 2 of the city’s must-see’s are located here, too.Drawing some 3 quarters of a million visitors each year Montreal's largest museum is also one of Canada's most popular.With any budget you are sure to find a suitable dining experience that will be sure to delight your palette.
Montreal restaurants are some of Canada's best restaurants and feature world renown chefs.
Cooking classes are also innovative in nature, as they will not only teach you how to prepare a menu of dishes, they will also cover presentation and garnishing, which enhance prepared dishes and lend confidence in the overall culinary experience.
Cooking classes teach students the right way to balance food textures and flavors, and how to use specific ingredients for certain dishes.
Among the most popular are the lively Montreal International Jazz Festival (the largest jazz fest in the world) in late June and early July and the Just for Laughs comedy festival from mid-to-late July.
One of the world's top botanical gardens, this 190-acre jewel includes 10 exhibition greenhouses, more than 20 themed gardens and some 22,000 plant species.