Activities To Do this winter for young internationals in Montreal
Despite the cold weather, December is definitely not a month to stay inside! Montreal offers a variety of activities for everyone and most of them are free or very cheap 😉 Check out this list for a few events you don’t want to miss out! 👇
Nov. 18th, destination Centre - Ville
People of all ages are invited to celebrate the Holiday season on Sainte-Catherine Street West. A long-standing tradition and a must-see showcase of countless delights.
Dec. 30th- Jan. 1st
Go with InterStude to this crazy adventure!! Where you'll get to:
1.) Collect a maximum of free hugs in Time Square
2.) Sing New York New York on 5th avenue
3.) Party on a NYC rooftop bar
and a lot more ...
Take a walk and enjoy the beauty of the lights, snowy buildings, and decorations in Montreal.
A winter must! Usually free of charge for those who bring their own skates. Montreal skating rinks offer a cheap, easy to learn activity great for all sorts of occasions, especially if it's your first year adapting to Montreal's chilly weather.
Just because it's cold outside, it doesn't mean you can't party on a rooftop. Well, maybe not at most rooftop terrasses, as many of the city's elevated eateries have closed for the season, but not at the SAT's Foodlab "Nordic terasse.
InterStude takes you on an gigantic adventure where you'll see the highest waterfalls in the province of Quebec while they are half frozen and learn about the history of North America while exploring landmarks of Quebec's Province Capital.
InterStude invites you to have 7 HOURS OF FUN in a Winter Wonderland, rafting the Canadian Way 1h30 away from Montreal, you can also do Tubing, Rafting, Ice Skating (rentals not included), Horse Slide ride, Cross-country skiing (rentals not included).
Jan. 17th to Feb. 2nd
Is an outdoor electronic music event that has become world famous. Iconic DJ’s frequent the outdoor scene every year!
Enjoy a unique Canadian Winter Cultural experience you'll never relive again!!
2.) 4.5 hours of Ice fishing on a frozen lake in the middle of nowhere ... you may even catch dozen of fishes because they feed them all summer long to have a good winter ice fishing season.
The Mile-end is famous for its culinary diversity. It also happens to be the best place to eat Montreal food specialities and discover the fine products of Quebec.
Don't miss the chance to visit the Parliament in Canada's capital, Ottawa.
Also ice Skate on the World Guinness Record largest naturally frozen ice rink in the world (7.8 kilometers long) and celebrate Winter the Canadian way at the Winterlude festival while enjoying all its winter challenges & activitiesText