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You can definitely get a good idea of what life looked like in Old Montreal hundreds of years ago, as some of the buildings here are almost as old as the first European settlement on this site. It was nice just to walk around and...More
Very quaint little part of old town, old buildings lots of shops, we went in March so the patios weren't open and it was a bit gloomy and dirty ect, but very neat place to do your souvenir shopping and sight-seeing!! Restauarants and bars and...More
'Swell fellow' was the shop we visited. By chance we saw and had our coffees at 'lamour du pain'. It was great. Specially the giant croissants and different kind of breads. The service is very kind and quickly. Recomend you to visit.
Walking around brought me joy. It didn't matter how cold it was outside, it was just stunning. The shops were plenty and the locals were nice to visitors. This area has all that you are looking for. There's also tours around the area that you...More
We always wind up walking this street when we visit Montreal. I have only been once in the summer, which was very crowded, and mostly visit during the Fall which I prefer. One of our favorite restaurants, Barroco, is located here. We have found a...More
This is a long street with interesting architecture, restaurants, galleries and tourist traps.
It is home to l’hôtel Nelligan and brings you to the beautiful Place Jacques Cartier at the east end. Worth a walk!