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These Are The Top Activities You Can Book In Montreal If You're Looking For Something Fun To Do

Save 10% on a cruise along the St. Lawrence River or a relaxing Nordic spa experience!

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If you're feeling restless, why not take advantage of the last month of summer and book a trip to the bustling city of Montreal?

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You Can Fly From Montreal To New York City For Just $200 Roundtrip Right Now

It doesn't get much cheaper than this!

If you haven’t yet booked a vacation for this year, this epic deal might just change that. Select flights from Montreal to New York City are now just $200 roundtrip, and you could be spending the 2020 fall season in the Big Apple. Cancel whatever you had planned for later this year, it’s time for a budget-friendly vacation!

Whether you want to spend your time exploring Times Square or whether you want to catch a world-famous Broadway show, NYC has a little something for everyone.

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You Can Fly Roundtrip To Las Vegas From Montreal For $307 In January

Escape to the strip.

Travelling can be quite pricey so whenever cheap flights are available it's a big deal. Who doesn't love saving especially when it's for a vacation? Flights to Las Vegas from Montreal in January are cheap thanks to two American airlines. You better be quick though!

If you've already gotten a taste of winter and are eager to plan a getaway to somewhere warmer in the new year, Delta and American Airlines have flights from Montreal to Las Vegas in January that are $307 or less for a roundtrip. 

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It's 30°C In The Bahamas This Winter & Roundtrip Flights From Canada Are Only $425

It doesn't get much better than this if you want some winter-sun!

Stop what you’re doing and cancel your winter plans, there’s discounted flights between Montreal and The Bahamas, and they’ll cost you less than $500! If you’re looking to escape the cold Canadian winter this year, temperatures in The Bahamas are 30 degrees, and there’s some big savings to be found online. Tickets from Montreal To The Bahamas are now only $425 for a round-trip, and it sounds like the Carribean is calling!

While a trip to The Bahamas in the Carribean sounds like a dream trip, it also sounds like an expensive one. However, be prepared to be surprised, as flights in January and February 2020 actually cost less than $450 for a round-trip.

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You Can Fly From Montreal To Paris This Spring For Only $350 Roundtrip

It's a deal that's almost impossible to resist!

If you’ve been fantasizing of an idyllic getaway to "the city of love," then the vacation of your dreams could be closer than you think. Thanks to a number of discounted flights from several airlines next spring, flights from Montreal to Paris are only $350 for a round-trip, and it’s a deal that’s almost too good to resist!

For many Canadians, it is a lifelong dream to wander the streets of Paris, basking in the European sunshine and enjoying the sights of the Eiffel Tower and the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Known as “the city of love,” Paris is often very high-up on travellers’ bucket lists, and it’s not hard to see why.

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You Can Get Discounted Lift Tickets At These 4 Ski Mountains Near Montreal This Winter

Get ready to glide down the slopes!

There's no better way to take advantage of winter weather than by using all the time you can to ski. Skiing in Quebec just got a little bit easier on the wallet thanks to a tourism initiative. A new card will give people a discounted rate on lift tickets at four ski mountains east of Montreal. 

Tourism Eastern Township is offering up a new L'EST GO card that will give people access to any of the four mountains in the region that included in the initiative at a discounted rate. 

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