Montreal, Quebec Cruise Port
Located between three rivers, Montreal is the largest city in the Canadian province of Quebec with a strong French culture. With four distinct seasons, the main cruising season for Montreal is late Spring through early Fall, offering the beauty of the changing trees and flowers blooming. Known as “Canada’s Cultural Capital,” the city has produced amazing talent in visual arts, theatre, music and dance. The blend of the French culture and cosmopolitan inspirations has helped the art scene to flourish. Rich in history, much of the downtown area is home to many old buildings from the 18th century along with beautiful museums and delicious eateries. With activities for all ages, there is an abundance of adventures to see and do during a cruise to Montreal.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Arts), one of Canada’s most famous museums, is a perfect place for history and art lovers to explore the famous collections.
For a breathtaking view, hike to the top of Mont Royal which is a tiny mountain looking down over Montreal.
A visit to Old Montreal is a must. As you tour the Old Port of Montreal, visit the museums and attractions of one of North America’s greatest cities.