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Montreal is a Canadian city located in the State of Quebec. In addition it is one of the cities with greatest economic and cultural development in Canada, so it is an important destination for business and tourism in the country. The residents of the city speak two languages French and Canadian English so it will not be any problem for communicating in any of these two languages, if wanting to make an inquiry about the city to local residents.
Due to its importance as the cultural center of the city, held each year are important international events such as:
The Grand Prix of Montreal, one of the major Formula 1 competitions worldwide where famous drivers including Damon Hill, Jacques Villeneuve and Michael Schumacher have participated.
Montreal is a city that also highlights the contrast between ancient buildings of the colonial era and modern skyscrapers. Walking through the city you can find places of interest such as the following:
The Cathedral of Queen Mary of the world noted for its similarities in its facade and architecture with St. Peter's Basilica. It was built at the request of Ignace Bourget, which at that time was the Catholic Bishop in Montreal.
Boulevard René - Lévesque and Saint Michel is one of the main avenues in the city. It is advisable to visit it as you can find articles of interest and souvenirs in stores that are located along this Avenue.
Boulevard Saint Laurent is a busy commercial street where concentrated in this area are several restaurants specializing in foods from various parts of the world, like Chinese, Italian and Arabic cuisine. This area is home to much of the immigrants of the city.
The Bonsecours market is one of the most colorful buildings that you can find in the city, well known for its large silver-colored dome. In its interior you can find shops offering a wide variety of products such as clothing and jewelry.
The place Jacques Cartier is a beautiful square which attracts many tourists, that come for the tranquility of the place but also for the numerous artists that are placed in various areas of the square to exhibit and sell their work.
Saint Joseph's oratory is located in the foothills of Mount Royal on the outskirts of the city. From this place you have a panoramic view of the city of Montreal. Inside the temple you can admire the great paintings and colorful murals that stand out for their great beauty. Notably for its enormous Dome slightly smaller in size than the St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.
The stadium of the Olympic Games of Montreal was built for the occasion of the Olympic Games which was held in the year 1976 in Canada. Now currently serves as a venue for various sporting events for American football, baseball and other sports.
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475 President-Kennedy Avenue, H3A1J7 - Montreal
Delta Hotels by Marriott Montreal is a welcoming hotel located in the Centre of the city close to the business centres and attractions. Each room has luxurious decor and is equipped with all the necessary comforts.
1050 de la Gauchetiere West, H3B 4C9 - Montreal
Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain is a luxurious three star hotel located in downtown Montreal within walking distance from the main sights. Its spacious rooms are the perfect place for a pleasant rest.
1193, Place Phillips, H3B3C9 - Montreal
Le Square Phillips Hotel And Suites is located in downtown Montreal within walking distance from the Victoria Metro station and other places of interest. The rooms are spacious and welcoming.
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