Conheça três lugares para se deliciar em Montreal

23 jul, 2013

Entre croissants, pães tradicionais e um saboroso sanduíche de carne defumada, Montreal se formou como uma imensa babilônia gastronômica. Conheça três lugares onde você poderá saborear a cidade canadense sem errar: a Patisserie Kouign Amann (322 Avenue du Mont-Royal Est) a delicatessen hebraica Schwartz’s (3895 Boulevard Saint-Laurent); e a loja de bagels Fairmount (74 Avenue Fairmount Ouest).

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  1. I would say Montreal would be your best bet seeing you speak both French and English. Toronto and Vancouver are pntlomiraeedy English while Quebec City is pntlomiraeedy French. Montreal is a mostly bilingual city with always plenty to do for all ages. Montreal has more festivals than any city I know of with many free events. No sooner one ends, another begins with many others overlapping. It is a cosmopolitan city with an European accent. At Place Jacques Cartier in Old Montreal you will find the buskers (street artists) and street vendors. The Old Port section of Old Montreal also has plenty activities for the young and not so young. There are boat excursions, white water rafting, a beautiful park, a science center, a IMAX theater, etc. From the Old Port you can watch the International Fireworks Competition every Saturday evening until August 14th. For the children there is Laronde a Six Flags amusement park. The facility, which opened as part of Expo ’67 (Montreal’s World Fair), today offers some 40 rides and attractions and not too far away there is the Montreal Casino. About an hours drive away (towards the USA border) is Granby Zoo which also has a water-park included in the price of admission. Montreal is also home to several circuses one of which is the world-famous Cirque du Soleil. The list goes on and on.