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The total driving distance from Toronto, Canada to Montreal, Canada is 337 miles or 542 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Toronto, Canada. It ends in Montreal, Canada.
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Toronto is Canada’s most visited cities, followed by Vancouver and Montreal. Though only 337 miles away from Toronto, Montreal is vastly different from Toronto.
Montreal has the biggest French-speaking city outside of France. You’ll get a taste of France without going to Europe. Check out Montreal’s public markets like Atwater and Jean-Talon. Enjoy delicious freshly baked French bread made by bakers using recipes passed down from generation to generation.
The Jean-Talon Market is one of the oldest in Montreal. You’ll find fresh fruits and vegetables along with a variety of cheeses, oils, meat, fish, artisanal baked goods and regional products.
Take time to discover Old Montreal. Visit Notre Dame Basilica, The Old Port, Mont Royal, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Bank of Montreal Museum and enjoy fine French dining in one of the restaurants in Old Montreal. Most restaurants have both French and English menus. Try ordering your food in French and if you are stuck you can always speak in English. Montreal is a bilingual city in Canada.
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