Set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River, Montreal is the largest city in Quebec Canada.
It’s the leading host for international events and home to the famous Cirque de Soleil.
The city is beautiful, historic and a perfect place to explore.
Despite being among Canada’s largest cities it boasts the country’s lowest crimes. And as a bonus, Montreal is an affordable city to visit and offers plenty of free things to do and see.
Montreal has long, cold, and snowy winters, but there are fascinating winter events and activities to engage in.
It offers great ways to enjoy the chilling months. From action sports and ice-skating to outdoor electronic dance parties the city keeps playing all winter long.
What’s more, you’ll discover indoor activities such as museum exhibitions, circus performances, live music, underground public art, and winter-themed cuisines.
Here are the top things to do in Montreal during winter.