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About Montreal
Preparing your trip to Montreal (1)
How to get to Montreal (2)
What you must know once here (3)
 •• What you shouldn't miss
 •• Everything you must know
 •• How to get around
 •• Where to get more free information
What you must do before leaving (4)

Montreal restaurants, hotels, bars, museums and much more.
From Old Montreal to the Plateau and Chinatown, all the information in this guide divided by neighbourhood with maps.

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Should I bring my passport? Do I need a visa or identification card?

It depends. If you are a Canadian citizen, you don't need a passport (!) or special ID (although it's always a good idea to bring a photo ID like a driver's license...).

If you are a US citizen or a permanent US citizen (with your "green card"), you will need a passport or equivalent to visit Canada for all trips. For more information, visit the U.S. Department of State's web site .

You only need a visa (and a passport) if you come from certain countries, a list of these countries can be found on Immigration & citizenship Canada's web site . But if you are not from the US or Canada and not part of the list (most European countries are not included in this list), you will still need a passport (but no visa). You'll find all the information you need to fill out a request for a visitor visa on that site. For a complete list of Canadian embassies and missions abroad, check out the Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada's web site . If you plan on moving to Canada, again the Immigration & citizenship Canada web site has all the information you will need. You can also check the list of immigration consultants' web site on moreMontreal.com web directory.

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