New Year’s Eve in Montréal is both the joyful pinnacle of a year of citywide festive celebrations, and the auspicious beginning of yet another round of merrymaking (and honestly, especially on December 31, who’s going to turn down another round?). Let the following be your guide to lighting up your New Year’s Eve night in the city where fun is an ever-present friend. The Merry Montreal-organized outdoor New Year’s Party in Old Montréal’s Place Jacques-Cartier and the quays of the Old Port, now in its third year, will once again be by far and away the largest gathering of New Year’s revelers in the city. Last year more than 50,000 celebrants turned up for the free concerts, midnight countdown and massive fireworks display, as well as the almost all-night DJ dance party afterward (until 2 am). This year top-tier Québec performers – namely Coeur de Pirate, Dumas, Bernard Adamus and Yann Perreau – will entertain all in attendance. The free concert and party gets going at 7 pm. Speaking of Merry Montréal, Old Montréal’s classy and sassy Hôtel St. Paul is offering guests a special Merry Montréal package perfect for ringing in the New Year: two nights stay in one of… / Read More →
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The Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada in Montreal is the biggest weekend of the whole year. Check out this informative graphic to learn more about what’s going on during the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada! Check out our other posts for your complete guide to everything F1: GUIDE TO GRAND PRIX MONTREAL 2014 WHERE TO EAT LIKE A VIP IN MONTREAL DURING FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX HOTSPOTS TO SEE & BE SEEN AT DURING FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX WHERE TO SHOP IN MONTREAL DURING FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX FAMILY FUN IN MONTREAL DURING FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX WEEKEND 10 REASONS WHY FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX IN MONTREAL IS THE PARTY OF THE YEAR Make the most of your trip to Montreal with this exclusive Sweet Deal coupon booklet with special offers valued at $450!
Updated June 1, 2015 Why is Grand Prix Weekend (June 5 – 7) in Montréal the party of the year? Here are 10 reasons:
The island of Montreal offers the contemporary cruise ship passenger innumerable possibilities for their own three-hour stopover tour of the city. Or make it a three-day tour, depending on how long you’re docked…