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Canada might stamp your passport when you arrive in Montreal, but with your first glimpse of the city's cobblestone streets, sunny sidewalk cafes and wrought-iron balcony railings, you'll feel as ...
Norguy
07/15
Attractive large city--many places accessible by walking. Le Centre Sheraton was a pleasant hotel, very ... Read more
susandyoung
07/15
Even tho we only walked from the ship to the train station, we've been to Montreal before and loved it. We ... Read more
Dayenu
06/15
We stayed pre-cruise visiting museums, got passes for metro and buses. Metro was easy to figure out. Read more
Cruiser Bruiser
06/15
We stayed at the Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, which is close enough to Vieux Quebec to walk. It's also super ... Read more
RedRaider65
06/15
We came four days early and "did Montreal" on our own. Highly recommend the Marriott Residence Inn ... Read more
lecanadian
09/14
As a smaller ship, we were docked away from Old Montreal. It was not easy for cab drivers to find. Blount ... Read more
Phil347
08/14
Came in from the airport via taxi that we split with other passengers we met on the plane . Taxi $40.00 Read more
mofb2000
08/13
Walked old Montreal and visited the Basilica. Great experience. Read more
looloo66
07/13
Montreal has a lot to offer. We boarded at Montreal so no excursions. But if you can arrive a day early you ... Read more
TxnAquarian
07/13
Montreal is fabulous. It's a taste of Europe in North America. Even if your French isn't good, English is ... Read more
ahlanmak
11/12
Montreal is only another big city. Nothing special. Two days are good enough for wandering around. Read more
ladymadeline
10/12
We also toured Saguenay, which we learned is the southernmost fjord in the northern hemisphere. Very pretty, ... Read more
crooser888
10/12
If arriving at the airport, taxis are always your first choice to get into town but if you don't have too ... Read more
Paris182
10/12
A fun city, great shopping, lots of history and good food. Now if I only spoke better french! Read more
belovedc
09/12
Great city with a lot of sites to see and shopping and food and history! You had to come at least a day ... Read more
jethag
06/12
We were there independently before the cruise. The airport is about 30 minutes (with traffic) from downtown. ... Read more
dorenaperlena
05/12
Montreal was our disembarkation port, but we spent a day there on our own. The weather finally became ... Read more
c&semail
11/11
We had two days in Montreal. It is a nice city but you definitely felt you were back to big city America (yes ... Read more
Tom-Sally
11/11
Fabulous port. Great city with some great food choices. Read more
HollyBob
10/11
Again we were dock right in town and found it easy to get around to shop and sight see. Another beautiful ... Read more
crystalover
09/11
very helpful information on board about what we particularly wanted to see in town...and to how to travel the ... Read more
stogeycruiser
09/11
This was our disembarking port. Stayed an extra day at the Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth. Excellent ... Read more
Mint
05/11
Didn't get to see much, even though we went a day ahead. Too busy for me though. Just a personal preference. ... Read more
jakata31
05/11
Montreal: we walked or took the subway everywhere: don't miss Notre Dame Basilica or Old Town. We stayed at ... Read more
Cowgirl10
10/10
In Montreal, we were given a 2 hour bus tour. It gave us a good understanding of the City. It just so happens ... Read more

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