Montreal is located in Quebec City on an island in the heart of the Saint Lawrence. It is the second largest city in Canada and home to the largest French-speaking community in the world besides France. However, more than half of Montreal’s population can speak both French and English well.

Montreal is where you can admire the contemporary architecture often seen in Europe. It is also home to a number of suburbs in the southeast of North America. It was founded in the 17th century and is known as “Old Montreal”.

Montreal used to be Canada’s industrial and financial center, which you can see through old factories and processing plants. Many of these buildings have been renovated for different purposes, such as opening restaurants or bars.

Montreal owns over 50 national historical sites. Among them are many churches bearing an ancient character such as Notre-Dame Roman Catholic Church.

It is for this reason that writer Mark Twain called Montreal a city “hundred bell towers”. Other monuments include the Bank of Montreal, the Lachine Canal and the Montreal Gymnasium.

McGill University – one of Canada’s most prestigious universities – is located in Montreal. The main campus of the school is located at the foot of the Royal Mountain. Besides, Université de Montréal, Université du Québec à Montréal and Concordia University are also reliable names.

It would be flawed if you do not enjoy poutine, wood-burning round cake or Shish Taouk in Montreal. You will not have to worry about being hungry because Montreal has a wide variety of food options as well as shops, eateries everywhere.

Montreal has a thriving film industry and is the location for many American movies and TV series. Films such as 300, The Aviator, Catch Me If You Can, Lucky Number Slevin and The Notebook have all been filmed in Montreal.