Montreal Mindful Travel eBook

montreal-coverThere’s more to Montreal than poutine and speaking French.

The largest city in Québec has quite a reputation, and most of it good: beautiful architecture, European sensibilities, and delicious French-Canadian food. It’s worth a visit, to be sure.

In between sight-seeing and indulging your Francophile tendencies, here are some places to visit and slow down for a moment, including…

… a spa,
… a cemetery,
… and a yoga studio.
… Plus more!

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Many thanks to Stephanie from Vagabond Heels for contributing this city guide to the database. Montreal photo provided by AnnaKucsma via Flickr.