Everyone needs a vacation to take a break from their busy lives, and Montréal is the perfect destination to get away from your typical day! This city is packed with historical landmarks and other beautiful attractions. Here are just a few spots to visit during your stay, courtesy of the most travel-obsessed people we know (ourselves)!

Boris Bistro // Resting on the cobblestone streets of Montréal’s historic district, there’s an enchanting bistro with a stunning two-level terrace. Whether you’re there for a meal or an aperitif, you’ll find some of Canada’s most famous dishes. They offer a large selection of organic wines and local cheeses. As a plus, Boris Bistro prides themselves on being the only restaurant in Québec that’s certified gluten-free.

Saint-Paul Street // If you’re looking for a place to shop, you’d be missing out if you didn’t walk down Saint-Paul Street. For years, Saint-Paul Street has been Montréal's main street, most well-known for its artisanal boutiques, designer shops, art galleries and more. It’s the perfect stop to get your friends and family a souvenir!

Marguerite-Bourgeoys Museum // Come to the spot where visitors can travel through 2,400 years of history! The Marguerite-Bourgeoys Museum & Notre-Dame-De-Bon-Secours Chapel are both located on the famous St. Lawrence River, in the historic center of Old Montreal. Both tourist and locals alike can admire the exceptional art and architecture while learning about how the Notre-Dame-De-Bon-Secours Chapel was founded.

BlogMeghan McAllister