Rich with history and modern innovation, Montréal is a cosmopolitan city in Canada’s Quebec province. Our official language is French, but you’ll find our city a linguistic mixture of English and French and an international melange of cultures to be sampled through our food, our art and our spirits.
Waking up in Montreal, you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported to an old European city. The Old Port is bustling with activity. The cafes are open with the smell of dark coffees and sweet pastries. Walk along the cobblestones to experience the architectural wonders of early French settlement and experience the thriving waterfront along the St. Lawrence river. Experience the art of blending with a tour of our Old Montreal Distillery situated at the foot of the iconic Farine Five Roses sign.
After a hearty lunch and a visit to one of our world-class museums or an outdoor music festival, find a rooftop terrace to enjoy the view along with a Caribou Crossing cocktail and a board of charcuterie and cheese.
Montréal does winter better than anywhere. Instead of hiding from it, locals embrace it. Winter Montréal means winter festivals, skiing, or an exhilarating hockey game followed by a relaxing dinner and a glass of Mister Sam Tribute Whiskey.
Your Late Night
With Montreal’s reputation as one of the great nightlife cities in the world, entertainment of every kind is just around the corner no matter the season. A city with something to suit every taste, whether you find yourself at a cozy bar or a raucous nightclub, try a traditional highball made your way, with Seagram’s V.O. Canadian Whisky.