Montreal, Canada’s second largest city and the capital of Quebec, is a special blend of old Europe and contemporary architecture.
In the Old Montreal area, you can still see cobble stone streets and hear locals speaking French, the official language. From there, a short walk leads you to the Notre Dame Basilica, one of the most iconic landmarks of the city. The stunning carved wood symphony and stained-glass windows inside this Gothic Revival style church, is a reflection of European influence in the area. At the same time, looking across St. Lawrence River, you will see the modern white round shaped structure that holds the Biosphere Environment Museum. Additionally, Montreal also has several art museums worth the visit. In summer, you can enjoy the renowned annual International Jazz Music Festival (amongst many others) with great lineups!
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