We are proud to hold this year's LCN at the
Hyatt Regency Montreal
PO Box 130
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H5B 1E5
Tel: +1 514 982 1234 Fax: +1 514 285 1243
Montréal is one of the oldest and most interesting cities in North America. Montréal's charm lies in its old-world atmosphere rather than its star attractions. Nonetheless, this city of immigrants has managed to carve out a place for itself as Quebec's economic and cultural centre. That it's friendly and easy to get around helps.
Quebec's largest city keeps one foot in the past and one in the present, with 19th century churches nestled in the shadows of soaring modern skyscrapers. During the day, the city has a typically North American bustle while French-speaking Montréal takes pains to retain its linguistic heritage.
The old town of Montréal is a wonderful feast for the senses. The streets are filled with musicians, restaurants, groovy shops and squares. Grab an outside table, shut your eyes and take in the smells, sounds and general atmosphere of bonhomie.
Some people say it's the French background, others the sin-and-repent mentality of a predominantly Catholic city; whatever the reason, Montréalers love to eat out. The reputation for culinary excellence has Gallic roots, but a more recent cosmopolitanism makes for a United Nations of cuisine.
Learn more about this wonderful city at:
Map of Montréal
Traveling to Montreal
Pierre-Elliott Trudeau Airport (Dorval/Montréal-Trudeau): Located on the western part of the island of Montréal and 15km from Downtown Montréal, it services various airlines and is used for both international and North American flights. You can visit the Aéroports de Montréal website to get a list of those airlines or for more information on Dorval airport. Fares from the airport to Downtown Montréal: