Everyday routine can get quite mundane and repetitive. Are you looking to spice things up and feel the excitement of novelty without having to travel to another place? I have great new for you.\nMontrealers can totally feel like tourists in their own city! How, you ask? It's easier than you think. You can plan a whole day filled with the kind of activities that locals aren't normally used to doing, the types of things you always say you'll do but never actually do:\n1. Visit Notre Dame Basilica\n110 Rue Notre-Dame O\nLocated in the historic district of Montreal Old Port, this gothic church with a colourful interior is a favourite among tourists. You might want to attend its choral and organ performances, they are simply breathtaking.\n2. Walk up to Mount Royal lookout\n1260, Chemin Remembrance\nMount Royal's lookout offers an unbelievable view of the city. Try getting there at night, it's something you will remember for a ling time.\n3. Attend Parc Jean Drapeau Winter Festival\nDJs, ice sculpting, winter aerobics, snow yoga, snow baths and so many more fun activities are happening at Jean Drapeau's winter festival. Best thing? Most of them are FREE!\n4. Visit the Montreal Museum Of Fine Arts\n1380 Rue Sherbrooke O\nMontrealers tend to forget that our Museum of Fine Arts is the epitome of greatness. There are a few expositions showcased in there right now including Renaissance and Neoclassicism in France and Italy.\n5. Grab some bagels from St. Viateur\n263 Rue Saint Viateur O\nIt's an iconic 24-hour storefront offering hand-rolled bagels. So you can pass by and grab one whenever you please.\n6. Visit Montreal Biodôme\n4777 Avenue Pierre-de Coubertin\nLocated at the Olympic Park, Biodôme lets its visitors explore different ecosystems found in Americas. It's truly an exceptional experience.\n7. Go ice skating in the Old Port\nParc du Bassin Bonsecours\nIt's a beautiful skating rink located at the heart of Montreal's Old Port. It's one of the most romantic activities our city can offer and also a very popular tourist attraction.\n8. Get a smoked meat sandwich from Lester's Deli\n1057 Avenue Bernard\nYou're not a real Montreal tourist if you forget to treat yourself to a smoked meat sandwich. Lester's Deli is THE place for this delicacy.\n9. Pass by Montreal Casino\n1 Avenue du Casino\nMontreal Casino is worth a visit because it's just gorgeous. In addition, if you're feeling lucky, you might even want to give it a try and gamble.\n10. Visit Château Ramezay\n280 Notre-Dame East Street\nChâteau Ramezay is a museum and a historic building that you have to visit at least once in your lifetime. It is the first building proclaimed as a historic monument in Quebec. It's gorgeous inside and out.