5 Things to Do in Montreal This Summer | Bota Bota, spa-sur-l'eau

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5 Things to Do in Montreal This Summer

Summer in Montreal means patios, pedestrian streets and festivals, among many other things. It’s easy to get lost in the multitude of activities offered during the summer, so we’ve put together a list of our favourites below. Discover the city through these events and attractions that cannot be missed.

1. Osheaga

Back after 3 long years, the Osheaga Music and Arts Festival is back in full force for its 2022 edition. An event not to be missed for lovers of music and the visual arts!

The festival, which will take place from July 29 to 31, always at Parc Jean-Drapeau, celebrates its 15th anniversary with a lineup of over 100 artists, including headliners Arcade Fire, Dua Lipa and Future.

Tickets are available for sale here.

2. Bota Bota

Moored in the Old Port of Montreal and converted from a ferry boat, Bota Bota is the sole floating spa in the world.

Choose from an array of water circuit installations, massages and beauty treatments when planning your stay.

Click here to book.

3. Westmount Conservatory

Closed for renovations for the past 6 years, the Westmount Conservatory reopened its doors to the public last month. Escape into nature and find this urban oasis hidden in Westmount Park. The best part? Access is free.

4. Habitat 67

Did you know that you can visit Habitat 67? Guided tours of this architectural heritage give you the chance to discover the elusive building, the terraces, and even the apartment of Moshe Safdie, the renowned architect behind the project.

5. Marché Jean-Talon

Jean-Talon Market, which brings together local specialties and products from elsewhere, is open year-round, but the alleys bordering the market become pedestrian streets only during the summer season. Take the opportunity to walk around the market under the sun!