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Enjoy Montreal During Business Travel
Are you looking for inspiration in planning your downtime during a business trip to Montreal, Quebec? Look no further because Avis Car Rental has got you covered with this business traveler’s guide to the city. Use our recommendations to find the Montreal’s best restaurants, entertainment, and where to rent a car.
What To Do in Montreal
We understand that a business trip can be taxing. That’s why we suggest you take some time to explore and enjoy what Montreal has to offer. Here are a few things to do during your downtime that will get you out of your hotel room and into the wonderful, cultured streets of Montreal.
Tucked away inside what used to be an Olympic Stadium for bike racing, you'll find four different ecosystems in their purest forms. Wander through the sounds, sights, and smells of a tropical rainforest, cross through the Arctic chill of a polar environment, get lost in a Laurentian forest, and find yourself in a serene and colorful marine biome. Tickets are affordable, and the experience is worth every penny.
The highest spire in Montreal can be found at 3800 Chemin Queen Mary, where the copper dome of St. Joseph's Oratory rises 97 meters or 318 feet high. This beautiful work of architecture is dedicated to the patron saint of Canada, Saint Joseph. Step inside for intricate and sacred carvings, murals, and more.
Whether you're an art fanatic or you simply have some time to fill, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has plenty of elaborate masterpieces and intriguing exhibits to keep you entertained for at least an hour or two. This prestigious collection of paintings, sculptures, and artifacts is comprised of pieces from around the world with signatures from renowned artists.
The Montreal dining scene is as diverse as the city with options that range from traditional French fair to Turkish cuisine. Here are a few of the best restaurants in Montreal to try on your business trip.
Arthurs is a scrumptious Jewish deli that is far from traditional. Drop in for a creative and tasty twist on old Jewish-style classics.
4621 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest
Montréal, QC H4C 1S5, Canada
If you’ve got a hankering for sushi, this is arguably the best place to get it in all of Canada. Star chef Antonio Park operates with a private fish import license to craft mouthwatering, authentic rolls.
378 Avenue Victoria
Westmount, QC H3Z 2N4, Canada
Toque serves up an exquisite fine dining experience and phenomenal multiple-course meals that earned it the rank of the #1 restaurant in Canada.