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While the thought of Canada may immediately conjure images of Justin Bieber, Maple Syrup or Justin Bieber covered in Maple Syrup, one of it’s most varied and interesting locales has more than enough going on to keep your mind off of the sticky stuff. To celebrate 375 years since it was founded, we flew out to Montreal to find that the largest city in the province of Quebec is Canada’s hyperactive hub of fun, food and French tongue.


A short trip from the airport soon sees you plunged headfirst into the city’s high-tech, fast-paced, heavily commercial spin. Things move quickly and history is greatly celebrated in partnership with the new and popular.

The Le Centre Sheraton Montreal offers the perfect pit stop; at the heart of Downtown, the hotel boasts excellent city views and the heated indoor pool is the ideal spot for swimming away your hangover before enjoying one of the excellent breakfasts available from the on-site restaurants.

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