Ulysses Travel Bookstores: Traveling without moving!

Ulysses Travel Bookstores

The #MyMontreal series wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Ulysses Travel Bookstores, a must-visit store of the city when it comes to travel planning.

Serving Montrealers since 1980, the bookstore is still going strong, even after 35 years.  The company was born from the desire to respond to the needs of independent travelers. In 1990, Ulysses diversified its activities by adding a publishing division and by opening an online shop in 2007.

Ulysses Travel Bookstores

Fun fact : The first guide published by the company was for Costa Rica.
Ulysses is also one of the very few publishers that has an Hawaii travel guide in French…

The 2 locations (see details below) sells travel guides, maps, atlas, travel gadgets and even have some travel books for kids.  On top of their own brand, Ulysses (Ulysse in French), they sell all the major travel guides brands. (Lonely Planet, DK, Guide du Routard, Rough Guides, Michelin, etc.)

Ulysses Travel Bookstores
Camille & Louis-Joseph from the St-Denis branch

The St-Denis branch team, Camille, Louis-Joseph, Solenne and Elizabeth will greet you with a smile. All three will be happy to help you and they will be a great source for advice on finding the travel guide that will guide you on your next adventure!

Ulysses Travel Bookstores


Ulysses Travel Bookstores – http://www.ulyssesguides.com/
4176, St-Denis (main) or 560, President-Kennedy (branch)
Tel.: 514-843-9447 (St-Denis) or 514-843-7222 (President-Kennedy)
Email : [email protected] // pk(a)ulysse.ca 
On Facebook: Ulysses Travel Guides
On Twitter : @UlyssesGuides   



Ulysses Travel Bookstores

Camille & Louis-Joseph’s word:
Montrealers destinations of choice for 2016 are Iceland and… Canada! (Probably because of the recent drop of the Canadian dollar value…)

About Edith B 285 Articles
I visited 16 countries to this day, more than half solo. Born and raised in Matane, I earned a Bachelor Degree in Journalism from the Université du Québec à Montréal. I launched "The Plus-Size Backpacker" in 2013. I also authored "The Ultimate Guide to Plus-Size Backpacking", released in 2016. My purpose? Finding solutions to the challenges faced by plus-size female travelers.