Montreal November 2017: Only the Best Events, Attractions, and Things to Do
So it's November. I know, I know... July's events seemed to breed a little more excitement and anticipation. But November has a lot going on. We've got pre-holiday fun, the finest in French film on schedule, and the grinches among will be pleased to know there are still a few events and shopping locations devoid of Christmas jingles. For now.
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Fall in Montreal is glorious. It's not too hot and it's not too cold... unless some freak weather pattern passes through. And even if one does. So what? Like you're going to let a gust of wind be the boss of you.
Discover the best of the season, from fall's choice festivals to attractions you can't experience any old time of the year.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
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Visiting Montreal in November?
Old Montreal was made for walking, especially on a crisp autumn's day.
For the full experience, stay in Old Montreal's top hotels. They're a great starting point for people who like to explore the city on foot, taking in the sights of the historic district and allowing travelers to pass through Chinatown and the entertainment district to get to downtown.
For those concerned it might get too cold while they're in town, try hotels connected to Montreal's underground city to stay sheltered from the elements. These Montreal convention centre hotels are also connected to the underground and are all a quick walk away from Old Montreal, Chinatown, and the downtown core.
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November 11 is one of Canada's most important days of the year, an annual reminder to honor Canadian Forces who've sacrificed their well-being with, at the very least, a moment of silence. Find out where to commemorate their contribution in Montreal.
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Montreal November 2017 Events: Plan the Perfect Weekend
From where to brunch to wolfing down the best poutine within city limits, plan your next Montreal weekend the easy way. Only sure bets make the cut.
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From a freakishly summer-esque day to a bone-chilling arctic experience, anything can happen in Montreal in November.
And while it's not time for down-filled coats just yet, remember to bundle up. Think wool overcoat and/or lightly insulated fall jackets with a sweater or layer of fleece underneath. And bring out those gloves and scarves. You'll need them.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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