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Montreal Attractions You Shouldn’t Miss on Your Next Visit

The biggest city in the Canadian province of Quebec is also known as an immensely popular tourist destination. There’s virtually no end of things to do and places to visit in Montreal. In addition to the world class food and tourist attractions, you’re sure to be greeted with the famous Canadian hospitality, making your stay unforgettable.

With so much to choose from, here are few of the most interesting can’t-miss attractions in Montreal to experience on your next visit.

Casino de Montréal

Leaving the kids at home? The extravagant Casino de Montreal features the thrill of Vegas in a more temperate climate. The largest casino in Canada is located on the man-made Notre Dame Island and is open 24 hours a day. Players aged 18 and above can access the best casino games in the country. The casino features multiple bars and restaurants and hosts a variety of live entertainment, including concerts and stand-up comedy.

Even though real money online casino Canada can be accessed from any place in the country, visiting Montreal can bring you closer to landmarks and attractions you simply can't miss.

Montreal Botanical Garden

In the shadow of another Montreal landmark, Olympic Stadium, sits the Montreal Botanical Garden. Since its construction in 1931 by botanist Frère Marie-Victorin, the gardens have been an oasis for nature-lovers. The gardens occupy an area of 75 hectares containing a wide array of species, making it one of the most biodiverse sites in North America. The complex is divided into four distinct gardens constructed at different times in history: The Chinese, Japanese, First Nations, and Alpine Gardens each provide a distinct architectural and cultural flavour.

The Gardens are just one the many nature-focused attractions in the City of Montreal, rivaling such other attractions as the Biodome and Mount Royal Park.

Mount Royal

Speaking of Mount Royal Park, Mount Royal is a hill located west of Downtown Montreal and the geographic feature that gives Montreal its name. The park itself was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the architect more famous for co-designer New York’s Central Park. The Mount Royal Park complex used to be a part of an active volcano some 125 million years ago. Now, it is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the City of Montreal. It is a must-visit for anyone who appreciates a good hike or just appreciating the fusion of natural and man-made beauty. There may be nowhere better in the city to let off some steam and enjoy nature. 

This is the ideal site to visit for all those who love to see various kinds of birds and plants. Plus, it allows you to escape the city madness and take time to focus on yourself.

Conclusion

Although these three destinations are considered as must-visits, that doesn’t mean that they are everything that Montreal has to offer. There are tons of other tourist attractions that you need to explore and check out.