Honeymoons in Montreal

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French speaking Montreal is a great destination for your honeymoon. If it's chic and sophisticated you're after then the hotels and restaurants down by the old port provide this. If it's a cosmopolitan vibe you're after, then check out the cafe's and bars of down town where you can listen to a heady mix of jazz and rock music whilst watching the world go by. If you fancy a bit of peace and quiet, then the beautiful parkland areas around the city provide this. Montreal is a great all round destination and one not to be missed.

Montreal is a fabulous city that makes a great honeymoon destination. Getting here is easy with regular flights from Johannesburg via Washington Dulles you could be enjoying this Cosmopolitan city in less than 24 hours. A honeymoon in Montreal is all about the extremes, old meets modern, city life meets wide open spaces, hot summers meet very cold winters, so if you love the fact that you can do different things, then it's all right here. The old port offers visitors a chance to be wined and dined in some of the finest restaurants and hotels in the city, whilst the cafe culture and bars of down town mean you can sample a heady mix of jazz and rock music that goes on well into the wee small hours. For a bit of peace and quiet, take a trip into one of many wide open spaces that Montreal has to offer and simply soak up the atmosphere. Whatever you decide to do, Montreal has the ability to give you a fantastic honeymoon to remember.

Key Facts for Montreal

Currency: Canadian Dollar

Language: French

Flight time: 14 hours from Delhi

When to Honeymoon in Montreal

When to go:
If you’re looking forward to taking part in some outdoor activities, May and October are the ideal months for booking you honeymoon in Montreal. With summer temperatures averaging 26 degrees and higher, and temperatures falling to more than 20 degrees below zero, spring and fall can offer many benefits. From November through March you can expect to find snow on the ground, and if you’re willing to bear the cold, a winter honeymoon in Montreal does offer its own special charm.

Flight Information:
With direct flights taking just over 7 hours, British Airways depart from London Heathrow to Montreal.

Currency:
Canadian Dollar.

Travel Documents
UK passport holders coming to spend their honeymoon in Montreal won’t need a visa in advance. With a valid passport you’ll be able to stay for up to six months. There is an international airport in Montreal – Montreal Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport – but the city is also easily accessible through Toronto or other major Canadian cities. You won’t need a rental car for your honeymoon in Montreal, as the city boasts a 30 km underground network of walkways that connects more than 1700 shops, 40 entertainment venues, and an array of hotels, museums and other attractions, next to the traditional public transportation system.

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Getting Married in Montreal

If you want to hold your wedding somewhere unique then why not consider a wedding abroad in Montreal. The largest city in Quebec and the second largest city in Canada, Montreal is filled with fantastic architecture as well as some astonishing natural beauty so will make the perfect backdrop for your wedding photographs. If you want your wedding abroad in Montreal to be something different then why not get married in downtown Montreal, it has a fantastic atmosphere filled with lively jazz and rock music mixed with splashes of French influences that would make for a unique and exciting location for your wedding. A wedding abroad in Montreal is perfect for a couple looking to have a truly unique wedding abroad with some fantastic cultural influences and amazing scenery.

Marriage Requirements

Montreal

Before conducting the marriage ceremony, the efficient must announce the couple’s intention to marry by means of a notice posted for 20 days before the date of the marriage at the place where the ceremony is to be held and at the nearest courthouse. The notice must include the name, domiciliary address and date and place of birth of each of the intended spouses; the accuracy of the information must be confirmed by a witness of full age. A dispensation from the requirement of posting notice may be granted for serious reasons. For more information visit http://www.justice.gouv.qc.ca/english/publications/generale/maria-a.htm#notice

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