01 of 09
April in Montreal features multilingual literary fest Blue Metropolis and it's time for Earth Day celebrations, a roughly month-long series of events with activities as diverse as lessons on urban beekeeping and fashion swaps.
02 of 09
With no less than 26 free things to do this April 2018 in Montreal, you could enjoy a therapeutic stroll through flower-lined greenhouses. You could catch a kickass urban dance battle. You could even spend an entire day checking out free concerts this month. And there's more.
03 of 09
04 of 09
Is this your first April in Montreal? The snow is melting, the streets are a slushed up mess and it almost feels like spring. So... is it?
Find out what kind of weather to expect and most importantly, what to pack.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
05 of 09
Visiting Montreal in April?
April is a tricky month for predicting weather conditions in Montreal.
These Montreal winter hotels take some of the stress out of packing for a trip to the city in April since all them are connected to the underground city, making it that much easier to navigate around the city without going outside if some freak snowstorm or rainfall hits at the wrong time.
Most, if not all snow is gone by the second half of the month. Consider staying at Montreal's top-rated boutique hotels or Old Montreal's accommodation favorites for gorgeous views of the historic city centre and Old Port.
06 of 09
Find out where to eat, drink, party, and relax this weekend in Montreal.
Your ultimate weekend guide includes lists of the city's best pubs, restaurants, spas, late night eats, and events you won't want to miss.
07 of 09
April 1, 2018 marks Easter Sunday in Montreal, a great long weekend for going out.
Here's what's happening Easter weekend in Montreal. Find something to do whether you're a family with kids or adults only.
08 of 09
Every year, spring pops up in Montreal at a different time. Sometimes it starts in early March. Other times, it takes until mid-April for the snow to knock it off.
The arrival of spring is anyone's guess.
But what is clear every year in these parts is that April is the season's now-or-never barometer from which ensues a slew of annual events and activities both locals and visitors flock to, from the Jean-Talon Market's maple taffy stands to the Botanical Garden's greenhouses.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
09 of 09
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