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Montréal en Lumière

A winter festival in Québec featuring lights, arts, music, and culinary delights, igniting the city with warmth and creativity amidst the cold.

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Montréal en Lumière is one of the largest winter festivals in the world. For two weeks in late February/early March, the Quartier des spectacles is bright and buzzing with free activities for visitors of all ages, including a circuit of interactive and luminous art, a neon-lit ferris wheel, urban slide, zip line, free shows, and food kiosks for gourmet pit stops. How to: Each year during the light festival, the Metro stays open all night long. Hop on and explore over 150 stops around the city, each uniquely lit up with celebratory festival light.

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Montréal en Lumière Articles

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