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Skyline central, a business and commercial hub with an uptempo nightlife.
A cultural nucleus with great dining options and a spry nightlife.
Le Plateau Mont-Royal
Go local in the stylish cafes, galleries and shops at the city's creative heart.
Le Sud-Ouest (Southwest District)
A canal-laced district that's home to markets, museums, and in-vogue pop-ups.
Olympic Park & Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa)
A refreshing blend of trendy shops, edgy art, and interactive exhibits.
Luxury boutiques and contemporary cuisine in a quaint cafe neighbourhood.
Parc du Mont-Royal
Tall peaks and lush parklands make this a destination for seasonal sports.
A carnival of entertainment and leisure at the site of the old World's Fair.
Quartier des Spectacles
The spot for performance arts and concerts, a festive, innovative outdoor space.
Modern art and design are packed into the lush city squares in this trade district.
Home to Little Italy and the freshly-stocked produce stalls of Jean-Talon.
Home to an ethereal underground cavern, with plenty of activities on dry land.
Vieux-Montreal (Old Montreal)
A historic centre along the Old Port, with cobbled streets and lively squares.
The Village (Gay Village)
A pedestrian paradise by day, where revelers are welcome to dance the night away.
Athletic parks, sports fanatics, and Montreal's best Greek food.
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