Explore Urban Endeavors in Montréal
After Paris, Montréal is the second largest French-speaking country. It is the second largest city in Canada and the sixth largest city in North America—definitely making it a great urban playground. Financial buildings and districts are important aspects of an urban city, the Bank of Montréal is the oldest banking institution in Canada, and its architecture and interior design are a sight to see. Everyone knows that no urban city is complete without its own Chinatown. Montréal’s Chinatown dates back to the 1860s when Chinese immigrants settled in the city to work on the mines and railroads. Explore the myriad shops, stock up on martial arts accessories, sample amazing food and take in the traditional (and stunning) Chinese architecture.