Offers day and evening French courses as well as an intensive summer camp. Seven-week classes cost $235 to $340.
This is a relaxed pilates studio providing a practical, down-to-earth approach to getting and staying in shape. Private one-hour...
montreal's biggest tour operator offers a passel of circuits on comfortable pseudo-trolleys. The montreal tram tour lasts three hours...
This barn of a pub is a student institution for its cheap pitchers of beer and greasy-spoon menu. Happy hour is lengthy, from 3pm to...
This warm and inviting restaurant serves some of Montréal’s best Portuguese fare. The cataplana (a bouillabaisse-style seafood stew) is...
Lonely Planet review
For almost seven decades this faux château served as headquarters for the world’s largest distilling company – a child of the Prohibition era. When Seagram was sold to France’s Vivendi in 2000 the building was donated to McGill University; its new moniker is Martlet House (named after the mythical birds on the university coat of arms).