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With its lovely parks, cozy cafes, and picturesque old city center, Montreal is the perfect spot to spend a long weekend with your lover.
Here are 7 keys to a romantic long weekend in Quebec’s cultural capital.
Enjoy a moonlight trek up to the top of Mount Royal by snowshoe as a Les Amis de la Montagne (Friends of the Mountain) guide leads you through the snowy woods, past the iconic cross, and to the summit of this romantic city park. Dinner cruises featuring live entertainment are offered weekly; be sure to raise a glass of champagne for a toast on the splendid open-air terrase. From January through the end of March, the Snow Village in Park Jean-Drapeau features a glistening ice bar where you can sip a chilly cocktail as well as an Ice Hotel.
Opened on the very spot where Montreal got its start (as Ville-Marie) in 1642 the vast Pointe-à-Callière Museum traces centuries of the city's history from Amerindian days to the present and houses more than a million artifacts many displayed in their original locations.
The 18-minute large-screen multimedia show Yours Truly Montréal offers a great overview of the city's heritage.
Musical director Kent Nagano oversees the orchestra's annual calendar which features a number of popular concert series.
At 764 feet it's really much more of a hill than a mountain, but Mount Royal proudly watches over the city, and indeed even gave it its name.