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Explore this designated UNESCO City of Design.

Montréal is one of North America's liveliest gastronomic and historic enclaves. The second largest city in Canada, this Québécois cultural hotbed represents a little slice of Europe right on the St. Lawrence River. In fact, after Paris, it's the second-largest French speaking city in the world. View remnants of the city's past when it was New France in Vieux-Montréal, an area that has many historical landmarks. 

Four million people call Montréal home, meaning the opportunities to experience museums, theaters, the great outdoors and incredible nightlife are nearly endless. To help you navigate your way through this vibrant city, take a look at GAYOT's selection of Montréal's best attractions.

Photo by Orlando G. Cerocchi

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