Antalya-Montreal 10,644.03 TL
P Trudeau Airport
Saint Hubert Airport
Most Popular Airline
There are 75 flights operating between Istanbul and Montreal. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Toronto and Ankara to Montreal.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Montreal flights? In the coming 3 months: Adana Montreal 12,034 TL, Ankara Montreal 10,943 TL and Antalya Montreal 10,644 TL
Better to book your flight to Montreal 88 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
August and July months are the highest season for Canada, Montreal. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: February and April.
Montreal, the largest city in the Canadian province of Quebec, is Canada's second largest city, located on the Island of Montreal at the confluence of the Ottawa and Saint Lawrence Rivers. The city, which is the second most French-speaking settlement in the world after Paris, is an important port city on the Saint Lawrence Seaway that connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean.
With its historical buildings, narrow streets, tile-colored houses, cathedrals, mysterious and mystical decor, humid air and chirpy cafes, Montreal looks like a European city you come across in the middle of Canada. The city center, which is lively 24 hours a day, its unique location between the river and the mountain, and where commercial and cultural activities are not lacking, Montreal is a full center.
The city, formerly known as Ville-Marie, takes its current name from Mont Royal, a three-peaked mountain located in the heart of the city. With its history dating back to a long time before the arrival of Europeans in the region in the 1500s, it became the capital of entertainment lovers after the First World War and greatly revitalized its economy. With the emergence of conflicts between French and English Canadians in 1970, many people immigrated from the city. The city, whose economy was deteriorating for a while, maintains its luxurious and modern style with the bustling commercial life today.
Places to visit
Montreal is a city that is shown as one of the most livable cities in the world. It is a destination where today's skyscrapers and cathedrals, churches and squares of the past, wide gardens and parks, street markets, assertive cafes and restaurants, water channels where you can take a boat trip and a cosmopolitan social life.
The Musée d'Art Contempoain de Montréal, which hosts thousands of works by many artists who have lived throughout history; the Canadian Center for Architecture, which showcases drawings, photographs and documents of the famous architectural work; Quartier Latin District, famous for its theaters, cafes and boutiques, named after the Quartier Latin in Paris; Chapelle Notre Dame de Lourdes, which draws attention with its neoclassical style architecture and frescoes bearing traces of Rome and Byzantium; Jardin Botanique, home to many varieties of plants and flowers, with exotic plants and greenhouses; bearing traces of the Corinthian temples, a representative of classical architecture, St. L'Oratarie St-Joseph with stained glass glass, which has the largest dome after St. Peter's, is one of the prominent places of the city.
Parc du Mont-Royal, a pond where you can ride pedal bikes in the summer and ice skating in the winter, with a view overlooking the city; Gay Village, with its façade covered with rainbow columns, is alive 24 hours a day with street performers spread out on the streets; Chinatown, which was formed by the settling of Chinese workers working in the establishment of the railway system in the country and became a colorful area, is different parts of Montreal.
Pointe à Callière Museum of Archeology and History Parc Jean-Drapeau, La Ronde Amusement Park, Saint-Laurent Avenue, Prince-Arthur and Saint-Denis Avenues, Château Ramezay Museum, Musée, built on two islands, Île Sainte-Hélène and Île Notre-Dame d'Art Contemporain de Montreal, Église Saint-Joseph de Montréal, Quai de Vieux Port, Musée des Beaux Arts are some of the places you can see in Montreal…
Food & Drink and Shopping
Montréal is among the prominent cities of gourmet culture in recent years. Its most famous dishes are poutine, pizza with barbecue sauce, spaghetti and bagels, bavette à l'échalote. Don't forget to taste fondue, strudel, marquise fondante au chocolat and their famous beers St-Ambroise and Griffon as well as Blance de Chambly, Maudite and La Fin du Monde for dessert.
There are regions where shops and stores are gathered according to the products you want to buy in Montreal. Marché Bonsecours, where boutiques, souvenir shops and many artistic activities take place; Galerie le Chariot for artworks and gifts that appeal to all budgets; Rue Sherbrooke, known as the Champs-Élysées of Paris; Les Halles de la Gare, home to boutiques, shops, restaurants and florists; Les Promenades de la Cathédrale, a shopping mall with 75 stores.
There are no direct flights from Turkey to Montréal, which can be reached via European cities such as Amsterdam, Athens, Frankfurt, Lisbon, Madrid, Munich, Paris and Rome, or by connecting from North American cities. It is possible to reach the city center by bus or taxi from Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport, which is 22 km away from the city.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Adana - Montreal||12,033.59|
|Ankara - Montreal||10,942.96|
|Antalya - Montreal||10,644.03|
|Baku - Montreal||12,374.46|
|Berlin - Montreal||8,359.79|
|Beirut - Montreal||28,402.20|
|Brussels - Montreal||11,269.37|
|Casablanca - Montreal||6,908.47|
|Chicago - Montreal||2,878.92|
|Dusseldorf - Montreal||18,697.16|
|Istanbul - Montreal||11,687.22|
|Izmir - Montreal||10,797.72|
|Jeddah - Montreal||11,097.27|
|London - Montreal||8,214.19|
|Milan - Montreal||11,404.18|
|Moscow - Montreal||25,045.89|
|New York - Montreal||2,101.46|
|Paris - Montreal||3,315.61|
|Riyadh - Montreal||12,311.00|
|Stockholm - Montreal||19,419.42|
|Washington DC - Montreal||2,444.13|
|Ottawa - Montreal||4,424.94|
|Toronto - Montreal||1,756.10|