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What to do in December? Some suggestions...

Go cut your Christmas tree

After picking apples and pumpkins, it's time to go get your own Christmas tree (if there are any left!). A more than festive day is to be expected.

Make a Christmas drink coffee crawl

Eggnog latte, gingerbread latte and festive matcha are hidden in the four corners of Montreal. Meet them! You don't even have to have a sweet tooth to be able to enjoy it.

Tour the christmas markets

Hot cider in hand, a beautiful scarf around your neck and good company: there is nothing better to start the month of December in style. There is no better way to encourage local artisans than by attending Christmas markets and buying products made here.

Shop around the thrift stores to find the perfect "Ugly Christmas Sweater"

An essential! This year, dare the second hand to find your perfect Christmas sweater. Unusual finds are to be expected.

Book a beauty treatment in a spa

Now is the time for cooconing! Take advantage of the month of December to treat yourself to a highly deserved beauty treatment.

Discover the sparkling world of Illumi

In Laval, the Illumi light trail is shining brightly this year. It is an activity that breaks the routine.

Find vintage finds at the FLOH Market in Saint-Denis

The hipster haunt can be found at Floh Market on rue Saint-Denis. The range of vintage clothing is staggering. Guaranteed finds.

Attend the show The Nutcracker: Clara's Journey from Les Grands Ballets Canadiens

The holiday classic is back! After a (very rare) year of absence, the Nutcracker show will be presented again at Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier at Place des Arts from December 9 to 28, 2021.

Attend the AURA multimedia show

The Notre-Dame Basilica lights up to the rhythm of the AURA show for an evening.

Attend a concert by candlelight

The candlelight concerts are set up in the high places of Montreal. A Christmas show is available during the holiday season and showcases the best of Tchaikovsky at the Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours.

Skate on the icy trails of Domaine de la forêt perdue

There is nothing more magical than the icy paths of the Domaine de la forêt perdue in Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel. The trail is illuminated at night for a very unique experience.

Book a glamping weekend in a "double dome" at Tremblant

Designed for two people, the "Twin Dome" promises the comfort of a resort hotel, but with the intimate side of ready-to-camp. It is made up of two domes with transparent facades, linked together by a sliding door. A must.

Dine under the stars at this Wakefield hotel

Le Moulin Wakefield offers a package that allows you and your significant other to enjoy a more than romantic dinner in a small private chalet.

Do an "exotic" activity to have the impression of being on a trip

You will believe yourself in Australia for a day!

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