See the iconic passage of Notre Dame and walk inside if you have the chance... Numerous cafe you could choose on along the street , you'll never be disappointed.
Rue Notre-Dame is booming with small cafés and great restaurant, especially in the West side. The street goes from the Old Port onto St-Henri and further. I would recommend a nice walk in St-Henri to discover what it has to offer. Enjoy!
Notre Dame Street is like being in Europe -, maybe even better. Notre Dame Cathedral is a must see - it's where Celine Dion got married, where the funeral services of Prime Minister Trudeau were held, and where millions of tourists pray each year. The other parts of this famous street contain the City Hall of Montreal, on the steps... More
if you like old fashioned style stuff then you will fall in love immediatly with old montreal and notre-dame street from calesh rides ( horse and carridge ) to the amazing and robust scenery you will not ever be caught saying what do we do next there is just so much to do here try all the restaurants in this... More
Many old buildings well kept, lots of tourists, many activities for anyone, Old Montreal is great. We were 4 and we had the time to walk, it is near the Rover, there are many shops, restaunrants and it is like in Old Europe.
If browsing through quaint and stuffy shops full of bric a brac and treasures from Granny's attic is your cup of tea, then this is the way to spend an afternoon. THere are many shops along rue Notre Dame were you can find other people's castoffs and many a fine antique.
Smack dab in the middle of Old Montreal. Great area to park the car and go for a nice walk and take in the history, even in cold February. Ice sculptures, statues, monuments, poutine...Rue Notre-Dame has it all.
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