... but nevertheless, it was nice to walk through. Tip: Make sure you stay on the West side. If you pass the UQAM, you've gone too far.
From Luis Vitton to Old Navy, and everything in between, St. Catherine's street has you covered. I was there just after the Santa Claus parade had taken place so there were a ton of people on the streets and in the shops, it was fabulous! There are literally 10 blocks of shops on both sides of the streets. Be ready... More
Montreal, North America's truly International City with a unique blend of diverse cultures and St. Catherine Street is your thoroughfare to fabulous restaurants, bistro's and boutiques. From the center of downtown (McGill College and St. Catherine St) you can enter the underground shopping plaza of Place Ville Marie and above is a spacious outdoor terrace. As you walk along St.... More
Just about anything you need. Even in winter you can shop in comfort as most shops can be accessed without going outside.
Saint Catherine Street is a very long major artery, in Montreal. It is filled with many stores-not just fashion boutiques, but electronic stores, music stores, resataurants... It runs from West to East (or East to West, depending on where you are stayng), and you are sure to find many things to occupy your time.
It's a shopping street. Nothing to be over excited about. There are shops and shops. Nothing to compare to 5th ave. in NY. The only extra points I would give are for the christmas decorations in the Ogilvy store window.
During our stay we were able to see a photographic display too Lots of walking - and beautiful! Romantic and the meals we had were fabulous. I loved how urban it was and I could dress up and feel great
Ste-Catherine is one of the main east-west thoroughfares of Montreal. It is a great place for people watching. You can see the various ethnicities which populate the city. Usually thronged with people just window shopping or on a buying spree or looking for a delicious meal at one of the many restaurants, Ste-Catherine street morphs into a satellite of Concordia... More
Once the shopping center of a vibrant downtown area, Ste-Catherine street has fallen on hard times, and hopefully the recently announced arrival of Holt Renfrew and the rebirth of Les Ailes area will revatilize the western part of this street. Ste Catherine would greatly benifit from being transformed into a pedestrian only mall
Just walk along and you will find everything on the one street, from sex shops to boutiques. Worth spending an hour walking from west to east, easy access to the underground city on the west side.
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