Well, friends, it's almost time again to move. Moving day in Montreal goes down on July 1, which means you're probably already searching for a new apartment or home in the city.\nREAD ALSO: A Look Inside Carey Price's Million Dollar House In Montreal (20 Photos)\nIf you're a little confused on where to start the search, though, no worries. I got your back. Although no matter where you live in Montreal, you're in for a good time, the following boroughs stand out in particular for their awesome rent prices, centralized locations, and sheer amount of fun spots to go to and things to see.\nRosemont-La Petite-Patrie\nvia @arr_rosemontpp\nvia @newschool_la\nWhat's awesome about it: Montreal's Little Italy, Plaza St-Hubert, Marche Jean-Talon, and Promenade Masson all call this mega-borough home. Plus it's full of super fun bars, restaurants, parks, cafes, and much, much more.\nSpots to check out: Gema (6827 St Dominique St) in Rosemont's Little Italy for some awesome pizza and frozen custard; El Rey del Taco (511 Rue Villeray) near Jean-Talon metro for delicious Mexican fare; and Le Vieux Velo (59 Rue Beaubien E) for some incredible brunch.\nNDG\nvia @joelflortie\nvia @ericanova8\nvia @rayferee\nWhat's awesome about it: NDG is super cozy and welcoming; it kind of feels more like some suburban oasis rather than the bustling center city that it truly is. There's trendy spots everywhere, and its proximity to schools (like Concordia's Loyola campus) and the downtown core make it super versatile. Plus, there's the Monkland Village, which is an adventure on its own. Spots to check out: Chalet Bar-B-Q (5456 Sherbrooke St W) for some classic Montreal roasted chicken; Orange Cafe (4011 Bd Décarie) for above and beyond delicious breakfasts (and unique AF dishes!); and Lucille's Oyster Dive (5669 Monkland Ave), for pretty much the best seafood you'll get to try in the city.\nVerdun\nvia @robzechetto\nvia @atheriault_ via @9ood9rief What's awesome about it: This borough, literally minutes away from downtown Montreal, is kind of like a city away from the city. The Verdun pride runs deep, and one walk through Verdun's Promenade Wellington (where there's always something going down) will tell you exactly why. Bonus points for (relatively) inexpensive rent and waterfront views. Spots to check out: Blackstrap BBQ (4436 Wellington St) for juicy, tender, tasty barbecued creations; Restaurant Crescendo (5150 Boulevard LaSalle) for basically the best riverfront views you can experience while eating a delicious meal; and Benelux (4026 Wellington St), a casual spot for drinks and food.\nAhuntsic\nvia @ciaomiranda12\nvia @ziadm via @promenade_fleury What's awesome about it: I'm probably super biased, since I've been lucky enough to call Sault-Au-Recollet (a small area within the borough of Ahuntsic) home for my whole life. But TBH, even if I wasn't a resident, I'd still be able to say that Ahuntsic is awesome. Its central location makes it close to almost every other borough in the city. That, plus super trendy restaurants and boutiques, inexpensive rent, and tons of gorgeous parks, make Ahuntsic an amazing spot to call home. Oh, and the Promenade Fleury, where something is always going down, is super fun, too! Spots to check out: Le Chien Rose (234 Rue Fleury O), for an ever-changing menu of life-affirming dishes; Sapori Di Napoli (1465 Rue Dudemaine), where they have pretty much the most authentic Italian pizza and pasta dishes you could ever taste; and Tablier Rouge (1031 Rue Fleury E), for burgers and poutine that just might blow your mind. (Plus, Virevent (1517 Rue Fleury E) for the best ice cream in the city, hands down).\nSaint-Henri\nvia @guiba2\nvia @petewilliams\nvia @m_laflaneuse What's awesome about it: Saint-Henri is probably one of the trendiest quartiers to live in in Montreal right now. And honestly, it's no question as to why. Less expensive than Griffintown, the equally trendy borough next door, Saint-Henri is full of both classic and contemporary spots, plus the Atwater Market. Also, it's literally a stone's throw away from downtown Montreal and the Lachine Canal. Spots to check out: Arthurs Nosh Bar (4621 Notre-Dame St W), a trendy brunch spot home to some of the coolest caesars in the city; La Luncheonette (4271 St Jacques St) for deliciously executed classic dishes and an adorable decor; and Pizzeria Adamo (4629 Notre-Dame St W) for the tastiest pizza by the slice ever.\nHochelaga-Maisonneuve\nvia @meaubic\nvia @angelicabrachenlentusse via @edauwd What's awesome about it: This is legit the perfect borough if you love doing and seeing things, TBH. The home of Montreal's Olympic Stadium, Insectarium, Biodome, Saputo Stadium, and gorgeous Park Maisonneuve, Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (aka HoMa), is located closer to the East End of the city. It borders St. Leonard and Anjou, two more suburban type boroughs, while retaining its proximity to both the Plateau and downtown Montreal. Spots to check out: Zykaa (8792 Rue Hochelaga) has pretty much the best Indian food you can experience in this city; Poutine Centrale (3971 Rue Hochelaga) for crazy, creative, delicious poutine dishes; and Hoche Cafe (4299 Ontario St E) for awesome coffee and delicious, light options.\nVilleray\nvia @melina.jimenez\nvia @sarahbeaudin\nvia @mariechampagne.ev What's awesome about it: This quiet yet bustling borough is home to numerous cafes, restaurants, and bars, plus Montreal's beyond gorgeous Jarry Park. It's close to Rosemont, Parc-Extension, and Ahuntsic, and easy to get to and from no matter where you are in the city. Spots to check out: Tapeo (511 Rue Villeray), a fantastic Spanish restaurant featuring tons of delicious tapas; Huis Clos (7659 St Denis St) for oysters and delicious cocktails; and Chez Vincenzo (500 Rue Villeray) for some legit delicious Italian gelato.\nLe Plateau\nvia @solomon__g\nvia @justine_amiot via @mbokodo_travels What's awesome about it: You've probably already heard about this expansive, popular, "heart of Montreal" type borough before. Honestly, I was a little skeptical about addint Le Plateau ontoo this list, because I feel like everyone is aware already of how awesome it is. But it deserves a spot on the list, TBH, because it really is an awesome place to live. Centrally located, so that you can get to Outremont, Mile End, downtown, Old Montreal, and the actual Mount-Royal in no time, Le Plateau is perfect for those of us who seriously want to explore the whole city. Although, with its many bars, restaurants, boutiques, street art, pubs, cafes, and other awesome spots, plus an undeniable energetic vibe, you'll probably never want to leave. Spots to check out: Ma Poule Mouillee (969 Rachel St E) for especially good Portuguese chicken, sausage, and poutine; Saint Sushi Bar (424 Avenue Duluth E) for delicious, fresh, and super authentic sushi dishes; and Au Pied De Cochon (536 Avenue Duluth E) for a famously delicious Quebec meal.\nMile End\nvia @tofu_ting\nvia @philippegervais via @ggisele_ What's awesome about it: Ranked #1 neighbourhood to live in in the entire world, the Mile End is trendy, "hipster cool" (or not), centralized, and basically perfect, IMO. Cafes, restaurants, bars, parks, and good vibes for days, TBH. Spots to check out: Milos (5357 Park Ave) for an unforgettable deluxe, gourmet Greek dining experience; Beauty's (93 Mont-Royal Ave W), for a classic breakfast/brunch, including the super famous Beauty's Special; and Jun I (156 Avenue Laurier O) for legit some of the best sushi in the whole city.