May 23, 2017
Montreal is a city synonymous with great nightlife, delicious food and an easy-going atmosphere. The city's main languages are French and English, so the rich culture and history are embedded into the architecture. If you are planning a visit to Le Roberval Hotel, the Orange Line of the Montreal Metro is the ideal way to see the main attractions of the city, but do not get too far from your room. Let's take a look at the 4 tourist sites you should not miss on your next visit!
1. The Old Port of Montreal
The Old Port should definitely be on your list. Just walking along the water's edge, admiring the St-Laurent River and visiting the merchant's shops will make your stay enjoyable. The top of the Tour de l’Horloge will make you see wonders in the distance. In addition, on hot days, you can sunbathe on the urban beach.
And, who says river, says boat! In the village of the locks, you will see hundreds of boats of all kinds. For the more adventurous, different packages of cruises, short or long, are offered.
A host of other equally entertaining activities are offered for adults and children alike:
2. The Latin Quarter
The Latin Quarter is 135 places where culture, entertainment and restaurants blend. Also accessible by the Berri-UQAM station, this area will allow you to discover many cafes, restaurants and bars, including the popular St-Henri café. In summer, you can pre-wrap yourself with a drink on one of the sixty terraces. Several festivals take place there, such as Montréal Complètement Cirque. To end the evening, we advise you to the Bordel Comédie Club were invited humorists will make you laugh of lots.
3. Rue Saint-Denis
Located in the heart of the city, Rue Saint-Denis is packed with restaurants, cafes, shops and bars. Several courses are offered according to your interests in order to take full advantage of the activities offered: the Shopping Trail, the Gourmet Trail, the Health and Wellness Trail and the Nightlife Trail.
For lovers of walking, go to Plateau where you can picnic in one of the many parks, including Mont-Royal.
4. Old Montreal
Between the St-Laurent River and the downtown skyscrapers, Old Montreal will teach you the history of the city. With its incredible architecture, you will not miss out on taking a myriad of photos. If you are a fan of culture, you will appreciate the Pointe-à-Callière Museum. The Marché Bonsecours opens its doors to numerous craft shops. In addition, you can enjoy a meal with local products in an atmosphere worthy of the 18th century.
In short, many other activities and events are offered at all times in Montreal, near the Orange Line and Le Roberval Hotel. At the hotel you can enjoy rooms or suites for short and long stays. The spirit in peace, you can go through the many attractions of Montreal. Immerse yourself in its culture and history!
Book a room or suite now, and enjoy the joys of the city!