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Québec - Montérégie Travel Guide
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Montérégie is a vast region who includes the southern Montréal metropolitan crown until the United States border. This exclusively flat region is well known for its rich and extensive agricultural openfield land which occupies most area. It is also well known for the many 'Montérégiennes' hills whose old volcanic peak seems to suddenly gush out of the flat surrounding.
Montérégie is divided in 4 specific areas:
-Suroit: Above Montréal along the St-Lawrence river (Valleyfield, Vaudreuild-Dorion, Huntingdon);
-Rive-Sud: Southern Metropolitan Crown of Montréal (Longueuil, Boucherville, Varennes, Brossard, Chateauguay);
-Rivière Richelieu: Following the Richelieu Valley (Chambly, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Sorel);
-Montérégie-Est: Agricultural land surrounding the Mont-St-Hilaire (St-Hyacinthe, Rougemont);
Region Website: Montérégie
Top Things to See and Do
-Mont St-Hilaire Nature Park
-Mont St-Bruno Ski center
-Richelieu River Valley's forts
-Beauharnois Electric Dam
-Montréal Touristical region (North) - connected by metro from Longueuil
-Lanaudières Touristical region (North) by ferry from Sorel
-Centre-du-Québec Touristical region (East)
-Cantons-de-l'Est Touristical region (East)
-Eastern Ontario Touristical region (West)
In the United States (South)
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Dont forget to also look up Montréal region
Edited by: maplefanta on 06.06.2006 maplefanta on 25.05.2006
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Chateauguay and area - Biking, birdwatching, boating, golf, 'burbing, etc.
Montreal and area - Biking and rollerblading on the Lachine Canal, walking around Mount-Royal, walking around the Old Port and Old Montreal, people-watching downtown, wide range of cheap, medium and expensive restaurants, great local live music scene, festivals (Jazz, Blues, Lumieres, etc), Laurentians and Eastern Townships for day-trips in the country exploring, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, etc.
nothing and it's true
Montréal possède la plus grande ville sousterraine au monde. Aussi activités culturelles et sportives à volonté. Nature et dépaysement tout près.
Montreal is a very nice city worth spending AT LEAST a week of travel time.