Montreal definitely receives a lot of praise worldwide.\nIn fact we ranked #1 in several categories like: Greenest city, Smartest city and Best Party City.\nREAD ALSO: You Can Now Get McDonald's Delivered To Your House In Montreal\nBut now Frommer's, one of the biggest Travel guidebooks has named Montreal as its #1 destination to visit in 2017!\nHere are the other destinations that made the cut:\nMontréal, Quebec \tKarasjok, Norway \tBermuda \tThe Pantanal \tThe Mississippi River \tParis, France \tSulawesi, Indonesia \tSan Francisco and the Bay Area \tFátima, Portugal \tNashville, Tennessee \tThe Panama Canal \tNan Madol, Micronesia \tVolcanoes National Park, Rwanda \tMartin Luther's Germany \tKatahdin Woods and Waters, Maine \tHaida Gwaii, British Columbia \tDoha, Qatar\nNow that's something we can be proud of.\nHere's what they had to say about us:\nColliding celebrations—the 150th anniversary of its nation and the 375th birthday of the city—will make Montréal party central for much of 2017. And what a shindig it will be! This ancient city, in the spirit of its famous export Cirque du Soleil, is filling the calendar with a carnival of fantastic celebrations—175 in total, 100 of which will be free over the summer months. They include the Walk of the Giants, massive marionettes from France's acclaimed Royal de Luxe Theater striding the streets; a roaming sound and light show throughout Old Montréal; and from May to December a cuttingedge multimedia show in homage of the St. Lawrence River (with 3D projections, water features, music). The city will also premiere Another Brick in the Wall, an opera based on Pink Floyd's album, with former bassist Roger Waters at the helm, and a timely tribute to the work of Leonard Cohen at Museum of Contemporary art.\nCheck out Frommer's' Best Places to Go in 2017 for more information.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.