5 Things To Do For Love | Valentine’s Day Montreal
Be my Valentine!
So, Montreal, Winter is (has been) here, and of course with it brings the best times to cuddle up in, and around our fine city of romance. As usual, Montreal is a mecca of entertainment, events, and cool things to do all the time. Valentine’s Day is no exception.
Stick with us here at Best Kept Montreal , and follow with me through my suggestions to get out there with your better half and enjoy the more romantic side of Montreal this Valentine’s Day!
Natrel Skating Rink
Since this rink is refrigerated, weather don’t matter. With the snowy river on one side and the ancestral buildings on the other, show your better half how much you can stand on your own two skates.
Adults $6.95 – Park on location and receive a 25% discount on your entrance fee.
Bassin Bonsecours in the Old Port
A surprise four-course dinner at Patins et Festin at Park Lafontaine Park
35$ per person (skates rental included)
3933, avenue du Parc-La Fontaine
More information available here
If this four-course dinner package is a little too fancy, or expensive you also have an option at Maisonneuve Parc. They are welcoming guests from 9 to 10pm everyday for free. Check the conditions before you get there.
Here is a no-brainer. I’m pretty sure everyone loves chocolate! At least, they love chocolate on the appropriate holidays, and what makes an appropriate holiday if not Valentine’s Day?
It’s a sweet time for a tasting the hand-made confections of Genevieve Grandbois Chocolates. Try out the Camellia Sinensis crispy rice and green tea chocolate bar!
$8 – or their hot chocolate $3.95.
162 Saint Viateur W, Montréal
Saint-Valentin à l’Observatoire
Montreal is a city full of immense beauty. Walking the city streets it’s easy to see we are a few steps ahead of the rest of the country. Beauty in our local population. Beauty in our fashion trends. More beauty to be found in the architecture and design of the different Montreal boroughs.
Overlooking the luminous intensity of the city is a great way to demonstrate your unique point of view. This Valentine’s Day – bring your loved one to Au Sommet Place Ville Marie and take in the breath taking views of fabulous Montreal!
Entrance fee: 2 for 1 (Adult: 19 $) buy at the Observatory.
February 14th – 10 am – 10 pm
Nordic Baths – Floating Spa
Okay – here is another no-brainer. Who doesn’t love a good spa day? The only thing better than a spa day, is a totally unique spa atmosphere. It may be cold outside, Montreal, but don’t let that stop you! I guarantee this activity will bring you lots of wonderful, romantic memories.
No iceberg ahead other than the icy Saint-Laurent river, but you can turn on the steam! Check out Bota Bota this Valentine’s Day!
Nordic baths $39 – per person.
Entrance McGill corner of De la Commune and McGill,
Promenade du Vieux-Port, Montreal
Celebrate Valentine’s Day!
Love the taste of award-winning beers, like the Farnham Ale? If so, I highly suggest considering a get away from the Montreal limits.
One hour and 30 minutes from Montreal to the Eastern townships, the micro-breweries have been mushrooming along the way. It’s cozy, it’s romantic, and very authentically Canadian to hole up with your babe in this winter cabin atmosphere – and indulge in the brews!
$6+ per pint.
Check out the different micro-breweries in the Eastern Townships now!
There you have it, Montreal! A small round-up of different and unique ways to get your romance on this Valentine’s Day!
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