I’m pleased to share with you my 9th feature with Kids Activities Blog. It’s a part of their 10 Things To Do With Kids In… series. For this contribution I have shared some of our favourite things to do in Montreal, Canada. My first time in Montreal was to visit my sister and nephew, Andy, who was 8 at the time. They lived in a suburb of Montreal. I went into Montreal a few times, and one day Andy and I took the train into the city together to have a ‘Big City Adventure’ Montreal is Canada’s second largest city and one of the most historic and multicultural cities in Canada. French is the official language of Montreal (and the province of Quebec), but you can absolutely get by without speaking it. There are pockets of many languages located within the city itself, and each area has its own mini-culture.
I loved walking through Little Italy and admiring the distinct architecture. There are festivals held throughout the year, and many of them are world-famous. There’s plenty to do in this Canadian metropolis.
To see my top 10 things to do in Montreal with kids (created with the help of my nephew, who is now a little older), hop over to Kids Activities Blog here. If you’re interested in travel ideas with children, you can see our other posts in this series:
- Regina, Canada
- Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
- Toyama, Japan
- Kanazawa, Japan
- Takamatsu, Japan
- Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
- Newcastle, Northern Ireland, UK
- Ballycastle, Northern Ireland, UK
Or see our Multicultural Activities for Kids page where you’ll find all of our multicultural ideas in one place.
Have you been to Montreal? What was your favourite place to visit?