Quebec is one of Canada’s most cultural provinces, known for its French-European history - enjoy the summer festivals, food celebrations and markets, plus loads of historical landmarks while on holiday here.
Not afraid of the cold?  Montreal, in Canada, is the perfect place to spend the winter season. And here are some good news: the winter usually lasts until the end of March, so you've got plenty of time!
A beautiful shot of one of Montreal's most popular, cool, effervescent neighborhoods. The Avenue du Mont-Royal is filled with thrift shops, quirky home decor boutiques, used book bookstores and cafés. You really shouldn't miss the Plateau area when visiting Montreal.
Researching a recent trip to Montreal, I read about MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE. Through March 3, the entire city comes alive in celebration of winter, and a festival vibe takes over downtown. One of the activities I honed in on was the toboggan sled ride.
The City Limits - Timelapse Video of  Montreal, Quebec, Toronto, Manhattan and Chicago
I shot this timelapse montage from late 2010 through early 2011.

I'm heading to Montreal in Canada!

It's just around 6 hours by plane from Europe, which makes it closer than a drive to the Alps for me, living in Cologne (Germany).

Montreal

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