Honeymoons in Montreal

Located in the eastern province of Quebec, Montreal is Canada’s second largest city. It is situated between the St. Lawrence River and the Riviere des Prairies, on an island. French is the official language in Montreal, but English is spoken by approximately one third of the population. The romantic, fairytale atmosphere of the city is possible best experienced in the fall, when autumn leaves in warm hues of yellow and red decorate many of the streets and hillsides. Ideal for dreamers and romantics, a honeymoon in Montreal has much to offer those seeking old European charm.

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Montreal Overview

Home to a large, culturally diverse immigrant population, Montreal is known as the cultural capital of Canada. A honeymoon in Montreal will offer up plenty of social events including festivals, concerts, films and other performing arts displays. Montreal’s Old Town features many beautifully restored historic buildings and draws many tourists every year, as do the many arts festivals which take place in the summer. Plan a summer honeymoon in Montreal and you’ll be welcomed into the festivities by locals and visitors alike. Just as inviting is a winter honeymoon in Montreal, where you’ll find plenty of time to enjoy skating, skiing, and other classic winter activities.

Stop and consider these ideas, perfect for couples, while arranging your honeymoon in Montreal.
- Take a tour through Old Montreal in a horse drawn carriage, and admire the buildings which date back to the 17th century. Afterward, you can enjoy a drink or meal (or both!) at one of the typical sidewalk cafes.
- The city of Montreal maintains 150 public skating rinks, meaning there will be no excuse not to take your loved one for a romantic glide on the ice.
- The Montreal Botanical Garden covers 180 hectares of land, and is home to the insectarium. Go get lost for the day!

Key Facts for Montreal

Currency: Canadian Dollar

Language: French

Flight time: 6 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Montreal

If you're looking forward to taking part in some outdoor activities, May and October are the ideal months for booking you honeymoon in Montreal. With summer temperatures averaging 26 degrees and higher, and temperatures falling to more than 20 degrees below zero, spring and fall can offer many benefits. From November through March you can expect to find snow on the ground, and if you’re willing to bear the cold, a winter honeymoon in Montreal does offer its own special charm.

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Getting Married in Montreal

The largest city in Quebec and the second largest in Canada, why not consider a wedding abroad in Montreal. With a strong contrast between the man-made architecture and the natural beauty of the landscape, Montreal is a beautiful city to hold your wedding abroad. If you want a wedding ceremony with a difference then downtown Montreal would be perfect – with a lively mix of jazz and rock music, mixed in with the French culture of the city, it is truly unique. When getting married in Montreal there are some legal aspects that you need to consider but your wedding planner will be able to advise you on these.

Marriage Requirements


Before conducting the marriage ceremony, the officiant must announce the couple’s intention to marry by means of a notice posted for 20 days before the date of the marriage at the place where the ceremony is to be held and at the nearest courthouse. The notice must include the name, domiciliary address and date and place of birth of each of the intended spouses; the accuracy of the information must be confirmed by a witness of full age. Québec does not have any residency requirements to apply for a marriage license. For further information visit http://www.justice.gouv.qc.ca/english/publications/generale/maria-a.htm#notice

Montreal honeymoon advice

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