Things to do in Montreal as an international student

Posted23 June 2017 Canada

Montreal is the world’s largest bilingual city and the most European in North America with its huge population of French-Canadian speakers. It’s beautiful natural landscapes and relaxed city life make it the ideal location for an international student who is looking for a more laid back city atmosphere.

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4 things to do in Montreal

Visit the Notre-Dame Basilica

Montreal's Notre-Dame Basilica took six years to complete and construction was formally finished in 1829. The Basilica is full of incredible detail and is a huge focal point in Montreal’s history.

Hike Mount Royal

Mount Royal is a large, vastly eroded, volcanic hill immediately west of the city. Don’t worry though, it was last thought to be active 125 million years ago! Hike to the top to catch stunning views of the city and surrounding areas. 

Get lost in the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is the largest museum in Montreal and includes over 42,000 works of art, across five pavilions.

Go food tasting at the Jean-Talon Market

Tucked away in Little Italy, the Jean-Talon Market is one of the oldest public markets in Montréal. Make sure to visit on an empty stomach so you can try food from its independent vendors, as well as stocking up on your fruits and vegetables!

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