Hotel Omni Mont-Royal
Montreal, Quebec H3A-2R6

Upcoming Events in Montreal

Alegria: the return of an icon

Enjoy the theatrical magic of Cirque du Soleil in one of its the most famous spectacles : Alegria. The Big Top will rise again in the Old Port of Montreal to stun the audiences in a new light. This reinterpretation of Alegria features fire-knife dancers, contortionists, aerialists and clowns in thrilling performances that combine live music with scenic design and crafted costumes. Originally created in 1994, Alegria remains “a baroque ode to the energy, grace and power of youth”.

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Esplanade Financière Sun Life

The Esplanade Financière Sun Life in Olympic Park presents a colourful, vibrant and diverse line-up focused on sport and physical activity, sustainable development and culture. Do as some 1 million tourists and visitors since 2012, and come enjoy a variety of performances, shows, physical activities, and many more free outdoor events, during both summer and winter!

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Picnic at the Park

Summer in Montréal is a time to treasure. As the weather warms, we flock to the outdoors for fun activities, and there are few better than eating in the fresh air. To help you make the most of this favoured summer activity, we’re offering a quick guide on the best picnic and park pairings.

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St. Lawrence River Cruise

Immerse yourself in the history, culture, fabulous food and secrets of the city on a St. Lawrence River cruise. From a nighttime fireworks cruise or an intimate dinner cruise to brunch and wine cruises, there is an adventure that will appeal to you. Let the city's certified river guides lead the way during your Montreal adventure.

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Afternoon at the Market

Discover Montreal's culinary culture through unique local specialties and seasonal ingredients while you explore the city's most popular markets. This is truly the best way to immerse yourself in the Montreal's dining culture.

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Biking in Montreal

Biking is the best way to see the most of Montreal from its historical sites to its locals all while staying active. The city's 645 kilometers of bike paths make it one of the most bike-friendly cities in North America to either explore on your own or with a guided tour.

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