Packages in Chinatown
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Chinatown Vacation Packages
Chinatown Vacation Packages
Chinatown is a terrific base for your trip to this favored city. The city center of Montreal is 0.5 miles away, while Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 10 miles to the west of Chinatown.
If you want to discover some of the wider region's most exciting sights, then you'll find that Chinatown makes a logical base. At the top of every itinerary should be Parc Jean-Drapeau and the McGill University. If you find yourself with more time on your hands, venture to the Place des Arts and the Montreal Casino. If you want to see another side of Montreal, go to some of the nearby neighborhoods, such as Quartier des Spectacles and Ville-Marie.
Notre Dame Basilica, perhaps one of the most recognized attractions in the entire country, is situated 0.3 miles to the southeast.
Don't forget to visit the Biosphere and the University of Montreal while you're exploring the central area. If you have time to spare, consider checking out Christ Church Cathedral and Mount Royal Park.
This area has some great cultural features ready for you to explore and enjoy. Don't forget to add the Fonderie Darling, the Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, the Claude Lafitte Gallery and the St. Dizier Gallery to your group's itinerary.
If you enjoy art museums and galleries, be sure to check out the captivating collections at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Musee d'art contemporain de Montreal and the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal.
Be sure to check out some of the fascinating museums of the region, including the Canadian Centre for Architecture, the McCord Museum, the Redpath Museum and the Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History.
To make sure your trip is an unforgettable one, reserve tickets at the Montreal Convention Centre, the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, the Centaur Theatre and the Monument National, some of the best local theaters.
Everyone is sure to love the exciting attractions for kids in the Chinatown area. Spend some time at the National Library of Quebec, the Imperial Cinema, the Cinematheque Quebecoise and the Westmount Park and Library.
Travelers have the chance to spend time in a vast range of outdoor environments here. Remember to visit the Smith House, Lac des Castors, Chalet du Mont-Royal and Belvédère Camillien-Houde.
Read a book or newspaper in one of the area's parks and gardens, such as the Jeanne-Mance Park, Lafontaine Park, Saint Louis Square and Champ de Mars.
If you are looking to buy souvenirs, fashion and food, amble through the numerous stores of Atwater Market, Complexe Desjardins, Les Cours Mont-Royal and Eaton Centre.
Each historic site in this region offers sightseers a glimpse into the past. Make your way through the Habitat 67, Jacques Cartier Bridge, Jacques Cartier Square and the Monument National.
The Cathedral-Basilica of Mary Queen of the World, Saint Joseph's Oratory, St. James United Church and Grand Seminary of Montreal offer vacationers a great chance to learn more about the part religion has played in the area.
Sports enthusiasts always visit the Percival Molson Memorial Stadium, the place where the locals cheer for the Montreal Alouettes. To look like a local, wear the team colors of red, blue, silver and white.
Accommodation in Chinatown
You won't find a massive selection of hotels in Chinatown, so it would be wise to investigate the current deals on Expedia's Chinatown hotels guide.