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A true celebration of travel!

Travel enthusiasts are bound to turn out in large numbers for the 30th edition of the International Tourism and Travel Show on October 19, 20, and 21 at Place Bonaventure, presented by Aéroports de Montréal. More popular than ever, this year’s edition will be even larger than in years past and offer a greater number of exhibitors and destinations. Thousands of featured destinations and about 100 countries will be represented at the Show, including newcomers and major returning exhibitors, such […]

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34,200 travel enthusiasts

The 29th edition of the International Tourism and Travel Show, presented by Aéroports de Montréal, wrapped up on Sunday after welcoming more than 34,200 people. For three days, visitors had the chance to meet and chat with some 400 exhibitors from near and far. READ MORE

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The tourism industry is evolving with the times

Family trips, house exchanges, local tourism, long-term stays: today’s trends are changing the face of tourism and travel at home and abroad. As diverse as the choices are, all reflect a deep desire by travellers to personalize their experience. At the same time, the tourism industry is ensuring it remains in step with these trends, offering the individual consumer unique, adapted products rather than pre-packaged one-sizefits-all formulas. READ MORE 

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Discover everything that’s new and trending

On October 20, 21 and 22, over 36,000 travellers are expected to pass through the turnstiles at the 29th International Tourism and Travel Show, presented by Aéroports de Montréal, a true celebration of travel and all the world offers. Read more.    

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Enjoy the Indian summer in the heart of Montreal

As a reminder, Montreal is Canada’s second largest city located in the province of Quebec. It is the economic heart of Quebec and the second largest financial center of Canada. You plan very soon to explore the city and its many facets otherwise? Why not discover the city of Montreal differently under the sign of the Indian summer? READ MORE (In French only)

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International tourism increases by 4%

International tourism increases by 4%. 2016 travel: the experts explain what puts the wind in our sails. Some folks say the world is no longer what it used to be. Yet, despite the often discouraging political, religious and economic news from around the globe, the World Tourism Organization announced a 4% increase in international tourism in the first quarter of 2016. How can this be explained? READ MORE.