Flights to Montreal, Canada
Montreal is served by only 1 international airport, Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (previously known as Montréal–Dorval International Airport). Though there are 2 other airports within an hour of downtown Montreal, neither handles commercial scheduled passenger flights. Montreal-Mirabel International Airport is situated 28 kilometres away and serves as the city’s main cargo airport, whilst Montréal Saint-Hubert Airport can only receive general aviation aircraft that do not carry more than 15 passengers. As such, only one regional airline - Pascan Aviation - operates from Saint Hubert.
- Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is located about 20 kilometres from downtown Montreal. A taxi ride to the city should cost around CAD 40 (SGD 43.39) and take about 20-30 minutes.
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Best Time to Visit Montreal
Summer is most tourists’ favourite time to visit Montreal - the temperature is a perfect 18-24°C, the sun shines for extended periods and outdoor festivities are a-plenty. From June to August, the Montreal Jazz Festival, indie music festival Osheaga and ÎleSoniq fills the city with light, colour and sound, bringing locals and tourists alike outside to enjoy the good weather. But winter, harsh as it is in the city, brings people outdoors too - but with skis, snowboards and sledges in tow. The city is surrounded by a good number of highly regarded ski resorts and mountains like Mont Blanc, Mont Tremblant and Le Massif, making it a highly popular winter sports holiday destination.
Things to do in Montreal
Though not the capital of Canada (that honour belongs to Ottawa) Montreal is known as the country’s unofficial cultural capital due to its strong emphasis on the arts. Home to countless renowned theatre and dance companies as well as summer music festivals, Montreal was designated a UNESCO City of Design in 2006 for its creative potential and is today considered one of North America’s most stylish cities.
Besides admiring the artistic talents of the Montrealers, be sure to visit the historic district of Old Montreal for an understanding of the city’s history as well. Sitting along the St. Lawrence River you’ll find evidence of the city’s past under colonial rule (first by France and then Britain) in its 17th-century architecture.
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