While Toronto is the economic engine, Montreal remains Canada's cultural capital, and the beating heart of the French-speaking province of Quebec. The 18th century streets and facades of Old Montreal are charmingly reminiscent of Europe, but the city is also home to fine examples of more modern architectural styles, such as the Stade Olympique and Habitat 67, a collection of futuristic cube-like condominiums.
Rather like a Canadian Manhattan, Montreal occupies an island connected to outer boroughs by bridges and tunnels, and the island centre is itself home to several neighbourhoods with their own very specific identities, and where a visitor can enjoy some of the finest – and most diverse – cuisine in North America.

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