Set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River, Montreal is a beautiful city in the French-speaking province of Quebec. Montreal inherits its name from the Mount Royal hills and is characterized by the distinct weathers throughout the year. Montreal has long been the cultural hub in the country and is well known for its classy festivals, foods and art. One can seemingly find a lot of hints of European architecture in its designs. From the magnificent churches to the world-class restaurants, the city has all to offer to its visitors. Winters push the spirit of the city back as it is engulfed with stormy and snowy time, however, folks don't miss any chance to rejuvenate their spirits during the summers, hence a lot of cultural activity and annual fests are being celebrated with much more enthusiasm. It certainly reflects a heavenly look in springs with a lot of colours around in the garden of nature and high spirits of its inhabitants.
With four distinct seasons, every month in Montreal has its own charm. Summer is perfect for strolling the streets, in autumn the weather remains fairly warm and the city looks more colourful than ever in fall and winter is a perfect time to enjoy outdoor activities, like ice skating and cross-country skiing.
There are many popular attractions to catch around the city. The open terrace restaurants on the Mount Royal plateau definitely is the good place to hang around. You can also get the glimpse of the historic European architecture while on a cycling tour around the Lachine canal. The Notre dam is a magnificent piece of art in the heart of the city. Saint Joseph’s Oratory, The Montreal Botanical Garden, Old Montreal and Beaver Lake are the just wonderful to hang around if you are planning to explore this beautiful city.