If you have never visited French Canada, this summer might be the perfect time to enjoy Montreal, home of the 1967 World’s Fair. Take time to visit the Montreal Biosphere, an environmental museum housed in the former American Pavillion built for Expo 67. You can brush up on your French and become a Montreal foodie by visiting the many fine french restaurants and patisseries, such as Patisserie Rhubarb. Sample fresh croissants, gateaus, french cheeses and more as you stroll through the delightful city!
You might also enjoy the Museum des Beaux Arts which houses 35,000 works of art dating back to the 17th century. For the ultimate in rest and rejuvenation check out one of Montreal’s many residential and day spas. The province of Quebec is also the world’s largest producer of pure maple syrup, generating almost three-quarters of the maple syrup consumed globally each year!
You will find bistros and cafes in Montreal devoted entirely to divine maple products such as Canadian Maple Delights where you can sample maple ice cream, candies, coffees, teas and more before visiting the maple gift shop for souvenirs of your trip. The Montreal location also houses a Maple History Museum where you can learn how the maple sap is harvested and learn about the history of maple production in Canada. You’ll want to look your best while touring cosmopolitan Montreal. That’s where Nature’s Aid comes in to hydrate and sooth travel-weary skin and lips throughout the day. So enjoy Montreal and don’t forget the Nature’s Aid – your best travel companion!