Tons of shopping while looking at different buildings. This is a very long, busy street, may take more than one visit.
About Rue Ste.-Catherine
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This street is the heart of commercial Montreal, which means lots of people, a few street people, and a general fast pace. There are seferal vacant storefronts which indicates the same retail struggles seen everywhere. No store stands out, but hugely popular.
Many brand stores which we find almost in evry big city. Restaurants and coffee shops as well. And too much noise of course.
The west side of this street between Atwater and Place Des Arts has more class. St Cathering East after Berri Uqam is low class filled with Junkies and Druggies. It also has the Gay Village which is in desperate need of a clean up! I've...More
There are many streets in Montreal where one can feel different aspects of the local culture but Sainte-Catherine is the only one where a tourist will witness all of them . Shopping , sightseeing , eating , entertainment , multi culturalism and lets not forget...More
A typical bustling downtown street with office buildings, small shops and many restaurants. Parts of the street were closed to traffic on Saturday, July 15, 2017...street food, entertainment, outdoor merchandise displays and pedestrians replaced the usual traffic on a big stretch of St. Catherine. Sidewalks...More
If you need to shop in Montreal this street has everything you could ever want. There are several malls along this street in addition to dining options and entertainment. It can get a bit busy on weekends. It is impossible to see everything along here...More
Clearly not the longest street in Montreal but probably the most famous street in Montreal. Shops, restaurant and interesting people. Great place to sit in a cafe and watch life go by. A must to all visitors in Montreal. Start at Atwater and walk east....More
Rue Ste. - Catherine is the best shopping street in Montreal, and it is possible to reach it without a car, by metro or bus. The street is long and it is gratifying to walk slowly "taking in" all the well known brands as well...More