Montreal Fall 2017: The Ultimate Guide
Montreal in the fall may seem like a lot of hustle and bustle with locals returning to their daily grind post Labor day. And you'd be forgiven for assuming festival season winds down in turn. After all, it seems like every other city in North America tempers its summer parties to make way for, I dunno, business conferences?
There's just one thing, folks. This is Montreal, the city of festivals, the city with a joie de vivre that just won't quit, in spite of it also being the poorest city on the continent with an infrastructure so mangled, you'd also be forgiven for thinking some streets are a page out of a third world picture book.
Bienvenue à Montréal!
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Montreal Fall Weather
Click on the months you're considering visiting for a guide to the season, complete with information on average temperatures, average rainfall and advice on what to wear for the season.
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Always wanted to learn how to eat local? Kick-starting the habit come fall is the best time of the year since it's pretty much the easiest time of the year to pull it off. Harvest season is in full swing and if the selection and affordability of local produce come autumn isn't enough to turn you into a locavore, then I don't what is.