Montreal travel guide

With its alluring fusion of cobblestone streets, flashy skyscrapers, European chic and North American swagger, Montreal is unlike any other city on the continent. Canada’s largest French-speaking city is happy to dish out a dose of old-world charm amid its grand heritage buildings and 18th- and 19th-century narrow lanes. But it’s a progressive city too: a creative hub, where swanky boutique hotels radiate contemporary cool, and a slew of flashy new skyscrapers are competing to make their mark on the skyline. This is a sophisticated riverside metropolis, crammed with cosmopolitan eateries, hyper-cool shops and a cornucopia of festivals. When it comes to sightseeing, there’s plenty to gawp at. Enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride (calèche) along the St Laurence River in Old Montreal and amble down to the buzzing harbour front. Stroll to Plateau Mont-Royal, where wrought-iron staircases, designer fashion boutiques, a thriving arts scene and snazzy nightspots pepper its funky

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Niagara Falls Day Tours from Toronto

Niagara Falls, being one of the Seven Wonders of the World, has become a famous tourist attraction with millions of tourists flocking in every year. It is famous as a honeymoon destination, for business trips, conventions, trade and wedding shows. The Niagara Falls tours are able to offer daily Niagara day tours from Toronto since the traffic of tourist is always huge regardless of the season. The day tours begin from 9 am from Toronto to the Niagara Falls and return between 5 and 6 am. The best time to travel to the Niagara is during the summer season when parents take days off from work to take their families on holiday after kids close school. At this time all the Niagara Falls attractions are fully operational and you can enjoy a rich Niagara day tours from Toronto. It is in the warm months of the year that the popular

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