About Montreal

Montreal is a vibrant and walkable city. In the summer, it is the “city of festivals.”

The course will be held at McGill University, which is located near downtown Montreal. McGill has a historic and beautiful campus.

In 2007, Montreal became the first urban centre to sign the Geotourism Charter of the National Geographics Society, thereby reinforcing its status as a cultural, innovative city resolutely focused on sustainable development.

Download this handy map of Montreal!

For more details on Montréal and available tours, visit www.tourisme-montreal.org.

Cultural attractions

For a good laugh and to see awesome shows in Montreal visit Just for Laughs for show times and info on ticket purchases.

Planning to be in Montreal early in July?
June 28 to July 7: If you enjoy jazz music or are just looking for a great time in Montreal, then visit Festival International de Jazz de Montréal for concert times and info on how to purchase tickets.

For information, please contact: mlmc@curlydog.ca
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