Posts tagged #BRBinMontreal
Best Places in Montreal - According to locals
10 must-eat food in Montreal

Montreal is a foodie capital; it has many great choices from small local eateries to international chef celebrities. However, there are dishes that define the city’s identity, here are the most famous food in Montreal. These iconic dishes are a must add to your itinerary!

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A guide of Montreal breweries

Montreal offers a world-class beer scene with more than 20 craft breweries. These microbreweries have an eclectic selection of beers, the brewers are knowledgeable, creative but above all, passionate about beer. Get ready to sip and hop around with this hand-picked guide of craft beer in Montreal.

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Saint-Henri, a Montreal neighbourhood guide

Saint-Henri neighbourhood is probably one of the best hidden-gems in Montreal. While most visitors often stick to the beaten path of the Old Montreal the Plateau and Downtown, Saint-Henri is a neighbourhood where people live the city rather than visiting it. Here is your guide to discover this neighbourhood like a local.

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Things to do in Montreal in November
6 original Montreal terraces to enjoy summer
Jean Talon Market Food tour
Where to find the best street art in Montreal?

Montreal has become a hub for graffiti, murals, and urban art. It seems that almost every building and walls are decorated with gigantic works of art, giving a vibrant and colourful personality to the city. Luckily, you don’t need to search for hidden alleys or rooftops to catch urban art, in fact, it is the contrary as they are everywhere,... for free!

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Montreal's Winter Festivals Series: Caribu

A cocktail & spirirt festival in the middle of Canadian winter! The festival showcases spirits, cider and craft beer from all the corners of the Quebec province, cool DJs, mixology, food trucks and games, all in a winter wonderland scene with heated terraces. 

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Montreal 375 anniversary - Things to do

For some, it’s a party city famous for its festivals and party scene, for others, it is a highly cultural and historic destination. The metropolis has a European and North American charm, making it unique. Montreal is a cool city to visit for a long weekend, maybe 5 days if you are stretching it but its whole charm really uncovers when you live in it. So, I decided to do a series of posts so you can to be seduced by the city like Montrealers do.

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