To avoid getting bored and making the most of the next few days, more than one things to do in Montreal will allow you to see the city from a new angle this weekend.
Between celebrating the reopening of an urban beach, admiring the art displayed on the walls of the metropolis, enjoying free tastings offered by popular restaurants and discovering new hotspots, you will not see the time pass so much you will be busy living your best life.
Even better, most of these activities will allow you to forget your wallet at home and just enjoy the moment without having to stress with your budget.
The only thing left for you to do is drop a call to your favorite human in order to meet him in the coming days …
Let summer begin!
Messages of hope
Address : Facade near the Saint-Laurent metro
When: Saturday July 4 from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Why you should go: Every weekend, MAPP MTL posts messages of hope on the walls of Montreal. Developed by public figures or citizens, these images are particularly touching and magnificent to see.
Address: Between Gilford and Roy streets on Saint-Denis street in Montreal
When: July 3 to 5
Why you should go: This weekend, rue Saint-Denis turns into a gourmet destination while more than twenty restaurants will offer free tastings outside their shop to help you discover their specialties!
Address: 4110, boulevard LaSalle, Verdun, QC
When: Opening July 2
Why you should go: Despite that new rules must be respected, the beach of Verdun will reopen its doors on July 2 and this is the perfect opportunity to go and enjoy the sun without having to leave the city.
Cost: $ 7.75 on DoorDash
Address: 62, rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montreal, QC
When: Open from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. every day
Why you should go: In addition to offering decadent ice cream, La Diperie has been offering you for some time to create your own chocolate bar.
After choosing your base (white, dark or milk chocolate), you can select your “dip” from 30 choices and your filling from 20 choices.
Ephemeral shows Montreal Presque Cirque
When: July 2-12
Why you should go: Although the precise place of the shows is “kept secret” in order to “avoid gatherings”, Montreal Almost Circus you will be amazed from July 2 to 12 with surprise performances. On sunny days, do not hesitate to wander the streets of the metropolis for a chance to come across the team of acrobats!
Cost: From $ 33.92
Address: 1676, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC
When: July 3 and 4 from 9:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Why you should go: This weekend, Parallel project organizes a comedy evening at the Cabaret Lion d’Or where three humorists will each present a 20-minute number.
Cost: Appetizers from $ 3
Address: 4816, rue Wellington, Montréal, QC
When: Wednesday to Sunday, 3 p.m. to midnight.
Why you should go: This new wine bar will transport you to a Californian “vibe” and you will certainly fall in love with unpretentious places this summer.