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Vast site to people watch, admire the artists at work and to view the impressive Nelson’s column. There are lots of restaurants, shops and places to chill out festooned around. Really it’s a lovely square, quite near the old port and the town hall, and...More
Pedestrained area of the old town with kiosks selling souvenirs and snacks around the area. Nelson's Column and a fountain were located there. A place for natives and tourists who enjoyed performing peddlers.
There is a Nelson's Column at the northwestern end of the square, but other than that, there is nothing unique or special about this square except hordes of tourists taking selfies. Perhaps if you like to people watch, especially tourists, this is the place to...More
If you are looking for great people watching, shopping, and good food, this is the place for you. It seems like any time of day you can find something to do at Place Jacques-Cartier. I particularly appreciated the shopkeepers who were friendly and knowledgeable about...More
Visit Europe without leaving Canada. Summer night time you will see a spectacular fireworks display over the river. The food in any restaurant is incredible. The cobble streets & quaint buildings are great. Notre Dame cathedral is only steps away. Spend an afternoon & evening...More
On our recent cruise stop in Montreal, we visited Place Jacques Cartier, about a 10 minute walk from the Grand Quai cruise ship terminal. Place Jacques Cartier is hilly so we found it most convenient to walk downhill on it from Rue Notre Dame, by...More