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Montreal named one of the world's 'Best Spring Vacation' destinations

DH Montreal Staff Mar 05, 2018 1:46 pm 433

It’s no secret that Montreal is a beautiful place all year round, but there is something special about the city when spring rolls around.

Now, Montreal is getting some international recognition for its springtime beauty. It has been named one of the best spring vacation destinations in the world.

US News & World Report ranked Montreal as the third best place to take a spring vacation.

“By mid-spring, Montreal’s snow has melted and temperatures hover in the 50s and 60s, making this season the perfect time to stroll through Old Montreal and the Montreal Botanical Gardens,” said US News on its website.

“If your trip coincides with a few rainy days, head indoors to see unique sights like the Notre-Dame Basilica and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.”

When the weather warms up, Montreal really comes alive with plenty of festivals and activities, that make the city an exciting place to be.

US News based the ranking on traveler votes and editorial analysis.

Montreal was not the only Canadian city to make the list. Vancouver, BC, came in ninth, and was recognized by US News for its natural outdoor attractions.

If you’re looking for the best place in the world for a springtime getaway, US News has given London, England, the top spot.

But lets save some money and explore what our beautiful city has to offer this spring!

Top 20 Best Spring Vacations according to US News

  1. London, England
  2. Madrid, Spain
  3. Montreal, Canada 
  4. Sydney, Australia
  5. Washington, D.C. (USA)
  6. Brussels, Belgium
  7. San Diego, USA
  8. Jackson Hole, USA
  9. Vancouver, Canada
  10. Lisbon, Portugal
  11. Sedona, USA
  12. Telluride, USA
  13. Lake Tahoe, USA
  14. Athens, Greece
  15. Grand Canyon, USA
  16. Innsbruck, USA
  17. Adirondacks, USA
  18. Miami Beach, USA
  19. Monaco
  20. Destin, USA
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