If you are settled in Montréal and are looking for a fun-filled weekend away with friends or family, New York is the perfect city break destination. The ‘Big Apple’ is bursting with life and energy; with its vibrant history and myriad cultures interwoven throughout the city there will always be new areas to explore, [...]
Is it your first stay in Montréal? There are so many things to do in Montréal, so here is a short list of some places that you must see! Vieux-Montréal: The Vieux-Montréal is a historic district bordered by the impressive Saint Lawrence River. There are several important public places like the park Champ-de-Mars, Place [...]
With the snow melted away and the flowers beginning to bloom, spring is the perfect time for Montréal newcomers to explore the amazing leisure activities the city has to offer. Montréal may have a reputation for being a playground for winter sports and activities, but in spring we love to trade our heavy winter coats [...]
If you navigate Montréal via the STM metro, you may have caught a glimpse of a rare, shiny and new metro car whizzing through the tunnels. These are the first of the AZUR metro car trains that will soon be populating Montréal! The new state-of-the-art AZUR cars are replacing the current MR-63 cars, which have [...]
Paris, the City of Light, is not know for its attractive cost of living. It is often ranked in the top 5 most expensive cities in the world, both for visitors and those making a permanent move. On the other side of the Atlantic, many major North American cities have a similar reputation (think [...]
Montreal has a lot to offer as far as real estate is concerned. However, the city can be a bit noisy if you want to live a family life.Even though many areas of Montreal are pleasant, other districts of suburban Montreal can be even nicer.
There’s a question that has come to everyone’s mind when moving to Montreal. When the time comes to find a place, there is always this question: is it better to rent or to buy a house?
When moving to Montreal or any other place in the world; one key thing you have to know if you want to feel at home, is the city. Of course, said this way, it sounds obvious. When I say: “know the city” I mean, knowing all the subtle aspects of it; for example: the real estate market.
Montreal’s museums offer varied pieces, from classic history museums to avant-garde galleries.
Come discover the success story of Julie Guyard, a client of ARIANNE Relocation Canada.