North Bay, Ontario is the filming location for many Hallmark and Netflix holiday movies.\nAccording to Bloomberg, production companies flock to the city because of tax incentives.\nThe city is right across the Quebec border and a great place for a weekend getaway from Montreal.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nRight outside of Quebec sits a small city that just so happens to be the background to a lot of Hallmark and Netflix Christmas movies. If I'm being completely honest, I hate the winter. It's cold, I constantly find myself slipping on patches of ice, and my cute outfits are always covered by a big winter jacket. However, the one thing even I can admit about the winters in Eastern Canada is its incredible romance. This city in Ontario called North Bay, which is right across the Quebec border, is where a lot of the cheesy yet addictive Hallmark Christmas movies are filmed. So, this year, instead of sitting inside, watching one of the films on your couch, why not go out and take this cinematic scenery in for yourself?Some of the most loved Hallmark originals like Christmas in Love, Christmas With Tucker, Christmas In Angel Falls, The Holiday Calendar, and A Song For Christmas have been filmed in the small and charming city, and once you lay your eyes on it, you'll know exactly why it's such a film destination.\nAlthough Hallmark movies make up perhaps the majority of Christmas cliché films, other, non-Hallmark films also made use of North Bay. The Christmas Inheritance and Love On Ice both have scenes that were filmed in this quaint city.North Bay not only makes for a picture-perfect movie setting but also a pretty romantic weekend with the one you love.\nAccording to the municipal website, the city is a wintertime sports destination with a "vibrant" downtown that "offers one of a kind shops, restaurants, and cafés."\nView this post on Instagram 📷 by @paulritter // It may be frosty in North Bay this morning, but frosty morning’s make for beautiful pictures! #TourismNorthBay #DiscoverON #ExploreCanada #ExploreOntario #DestinationNorthernOntario #neontario #ExploreNorthBay #NorthBay #NorthBayOntario A post shared by Tourism North Bay (@tourismnorthbay) on Nov 13, 2019 at 5:59am PST\nView this post on Instagram 📷 by @stugots77 // Is it just me, or does #TheDionneQuints museum look excited for #Christmas?! Make sure to watch out for the Reopening in 2019!! #TourismNorthBay #NorthBayOntario #NorthBay #DiscoverON #ExploreCanada #winter #neont #instawinter A post shared by Tourism North Bay (@tourismnorthbay) on Dec 11, 2018 at 6:44am PST\nGetting there from Montreal involves a 6-hour drive, which may seem like a long commute if you don't like driving in the winter.\nBut, there are also trains that go from Montreal to North Bay via Toronto, so you don’t need to worry about those slippery roads.\nPlus, you can stop at Ottawa's popular holiday market along the way!\nChristmas is proposal season and what could be more romantic than asking the love of your life to marry you right in the heart of a corny Hallmark movie?\nView this post on Instagram Day 19 - Une superstar pour Noël ( A song for christmas ) 🎄🎵 #film #movie #christmas #filmdenoel #asongforchristmas Synopsis : On the brink of becoming a great music star, the career of Adelaide Kaye took an unexpected turn when her team went without her, leaving her in a small town in Virginia in the middle of Christmas. Without revealing his identity, Adelaide, a.k.a. Addie, is a member of the Lapp family, whose exploitation of firs is in danger of being seized. She pushed Dylan to realize her dream of becoming a singer, while the family helped her to know who she really was. A post shared by Justine.24glossy (@justine.24glossy) on Dec 19, 2018 at 2:40pm PST\nBut no worries if you're not at the marriage stage yet, it's also just a lovely place to explore with anyone whose company you enjoy!\nView this post on Instagram Who wouldn’t want to spend Christmas in love??! Check out @daniellissing and @brookedorsay in #ChristmasInLove TODAY 6/5c only on @hallmarkchannel #hallmarkies #hearties A post shared by HallmarkIt! Caroline (@hallmarkit) on Oct 30, 2019 at 5:42am PDT\nAlthough Montreal has a lot of locations that can easily fool you into thinking you're living out a rom-com scene, this city is part of some of those movies, so why not check it out for yourself?