Surrounded by major thoroughfares, arriving and parking at the Olympic Stadium can be troublesome. If you have plans to bring a large group to any of the Stadium’s large sporting events, it’s recommended you rent a bus in Montreal for ease of planning. Bus.com’s transportation options come in a variety of sizes and are equipped with features such as air conditioning, wifi and bathrooms to make things comfortable for every passenger aboard.
First opened in 1976, Montreal’s Olympic Stadium is Quebec’s largest covered amphitheatre with enough seats for 56,000 spectators. It was originally constructed when the International Olympic Committee selected Montreal for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games, but has since become an occasional host to the city’s football and soccer teams’ matches. Most locals remember the building as being home to Montreal’s Major League baseball team, the Expos, but hasn’t been the central home to the team since 2004. The building’s iconic look comes from the French architect Roger Taillibert, whose work resembles that of the Australian Pavilion at Expo ’70 in Osaka, Japan. The Olympic Stadium has a retractable roof, opened and closed by cables suspended from a huge 175-metre (574 feet) high tower (the tallest inclined structure in the world).
Pairing a little taste of Europe with modern architecture, Montreal is not only picture-perfect, but also a great destination if you want to discover art, culture, history, and science with museums suited for all interests. With iconic neighborhoods to visit and new local attractions appearing regularly, you will never run out of things to do and see in Montreal.