What to do in Montreal these holidays?
Maybe you are studying in Montreal or you’ve been living there for many years, and you didn’t know about these events, places, and gifts that Montreal has for you.
Remember if you don’t know what to do during these holidays in Montreal and you don’t have too much money don’t you worry, there are plenty of free, economic and amazing activities in Montreal.
First of all, if you haven’t gone skating for a while we recommend you to go. There is nothing more romantic or cool than going ice skating in the winter. However, the most beautiful skating rink in Montreal is the Natrel Skating Rink in the heart of the Old Port.
The Natrel Rink opened its doors for the winter season this past Saturday, December 8th, but pay attention, this Saturday, December 15th the rink will be hosting a huge and 100% free fireworks show above the Old Port at 8 pm.
On the other hand, Mount Royal Avenue is ready for their annual Christmas celebration called: “Noël sur L’Avenue”.
Between December 1st and December 25th, you can find free concerts, amazing promotions, and a Tim Burton fireworks display. Some of these events are free and some of them have a low cost. For more information about the events click here.
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Do you already visit Mont Tremblant? Mont Tremblant is one of the most unique and beautiful resort towns in Quebec, many people fly from different parts of the world to spend time at this amazing resort, especially for skiing.
This Christmas Mont Tremblant will be transformed into a winterland of celebration with multiple events. During December and January there is one called “Winter Wonderland”, which promises a breathtaking kingdom of ice and snow. This event will be going down from December 28th to January 2nd.
Finally, we can guarantee you that this will make you happier. During these holidays Exo, the public transit system in the Greater Montreal Region, announced that December 24th, 25th and 31st, and January 1st the train services are going to be 100% free. This is because they consider how important is that the family is together for these holidays.
We hope this can help you to save money and decide what to do during these holidays before you go back to your country or stay in Montreal.