General Information for US Visitor

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Montreal weather varies from extreme to extreme, the winters are long and cold and the summers are short, hot and humid. Having to endure such harsh winters, Montrealers make sure they take full advantage of summer.


Montreal Nightlife Montreal is quickly becoming one of North America’s hottest nightlife destinations. With its liberal attitude and proliferation of bars and clubs, Montreal is the place to be for exciting nightlife.


Montreal is a city of festivals, a tradition that peaks in early to mid summer but continues year round.


Montreal is home to 3 professional sports teams, the biggest draw being the Montreal Canadiens. If you are in town during the hockey season there is no other place in the world better than watching a hockey game in Montreal.

Why Montreal

Why Montreal?
Montreal VS Vegas
Montreal is a hidden gem located a few hours from most major US cities. It is the culinary capital of North America and has a very liberal attitude when it comes to enjoying life. Prices are reasonable and the locals are friendly.


You can find it all, from the biggest American chain hotels to unique bed and breakfast or auberges (Rustic Inn).

Crossing the border

By Air: you need a Passport or Passport card when entering Canada by Air. By Land: It is Mandatory to have either a Passport or Enhanced Drivers License (EDL) when entering Canada.

How to get a passport

There are two wait times for US Passports: Regular applications take 4-6 weeks to receive passports after application, but if you are in a hurry, for an additional $60 you can have your passport expedited and it will arrive 2-3 weeks after application. Please make sure that all your friends do not have a DUI before crossing the border. Otherwise, you will not be able to enter more information: 1-204-983-3500 or 1-506-636-5064, or follow this link

Travel checklist

Our Montreal bachelor party packing list

Before you arrive

All major credit and bank cards work in Montreal. We recommend getting an international calling plan from your local cell phone carrier as rates can get as high as a few dollars a minute.

Speaking French?

Montreal is officially a French-speaking city, but most people here are bilingual. If you’re staying in the downtown core, language will not be an issue.

Do they like Americans?

Since Americans are the most common tourists that visit our city each year there is a mutual recognition and love between Montrealers and Americans.