This is a travel guide to Montreal and Quebec City. I always want to know more about Montreal and Quebec City.
Despite being born in Montreal, I must say that I still don’t know even half of how great this city is. And Quebec City is a place onto itself. One can tour the city for weeks and still find more to enjoy and celebrate.
Toronto may be Canada’s economic capital, but Montreal remains the country’s cultural juggernaut. The city is the standard bearer of an entire linguistic-cultural identity, Francophone Canada lives for public celebration of the arts. There are some 250 theatre and dance companies, more than 90 festivals and a fascinating medley of neighborhoods where artists, writers and musicians have helped cement the city’s reputation as a great arts center.
Montreal is also the cuisine capital of Canada. They have more exciting food scenes in North America. Montreal brims with temples dedicated to Kamouraska lamb, Arctic char, and, of course, poutine.
There are also irresistible patisseries, English pubs, 80-polus-year-old Jewish delis and magnificent food markets. It is a wonderful treasure throve of culture and food.
The city’s design looks like Europe. It is quaint with restaurants where you can food anywhere you go. The people are friendly and helpful. They treat you like their own, even if you’re a tourist.
So, as soon as the pandemic is over, or at least under control, I will go back to Montreal. I will definitely love to visit all of the places discussed in this book.