Montreal is one of the cities the most cultural et insdustrial in Canada. It is also a reference with its cultural centers. After Vancouver and Toronto, Montreal is the third most visited city in the country. Calling at the Cruise Port of Montreal is a good opportunity to visit some of the museums the most important and the ones that became a reference like musée Pointe-à-Callière (archeology and history), the Museum Fine Arts, the theaters and multiple cultural centers of the city. This opportunity will leave you to the famous Saint-Laurent boulevard and around its neighborhoods for example Chinatown and the Little Italie. Its underground tunel will permit to reach the most emblematical buildings of the city. The Notre-Dame Basilic, the Notre-Dame-Bon-Secour Church and the Des Marins Chapel are also three monuments to visit. The George-Etienne Cartier statue and the Mont-Royal park are two venues that you don’t want to miss. The Mount Saint-Hilaire located in Montreal surroundings has the first biosphere reserve in the country. Moreover, the Mont-Tremblant ski station and the road of wine of Eastern Township are easy to access from Montreal. You will be able to taste the typical meals of the region like, oignon soup, the tourtière, the famous poutine, the smoked meat, and the ham with maple sirop, all of this served with delicious wine from British Colombia and Ontario.