Spring is a great time to visit Montreal, with generally pleasant weather and much to do and see. While the past years have brought milder, warmer spring months, it is still smart to pack layers as weather changes and rain is not unheard of. If you want to ensure pleasant spring weather, it is best to visit in May when the snow has completely melted, the average temperature is 64°F and the flowers are really in bloom. To help you plan the perfect spring itinerary in Montreal, here are some suggestions.
Category: Local Recommendations
February 25, 2013
For travelers who want to spend their vacation outdoors, Montreal has plenty to offer. With almost 30 parks and myriad outside spaces to explore, the city features everything from hiking to amusement parks to urban beaches.
February 11, 2013
For couples looking for a romantic getaway, Montreal has much to offer. While the cobblestone streets and 17th-century architecture of Old Montreal present an enchanting atmosphere, the many parks and gardens in the city provide ambient picnicking and hiking grounds.
December 17, 2012
Montreal‘s Old-World architecture creates an atmosphere that goes well with wintertime—the cobblestone, the history, and even the chocolate are a superb fit for winter visits. However, just because it’s cold out doesn’t mean you have to stay inside in museums and cafes! Montreal prides itself on being a top winter destination; here are some activities to add a little fun (and romance) to your trip to Quebec.
December 3, 2012
Although Montreal has more than its fair share of parties and clubs, it’s also just downright lovely in the wintertime, especially around Christmas. Here are some suggestions for things to do around Montreal for New Year’s Eve this year:
November 5, 2012
The holiday season can make any city come alive at night with lights, performances, and markets, but Montreal in particular is a fabulous place to be around Christmastime. Here are some things to do if you’re lucky enough to be there in December this year.