Lugares emblemáticos en Montreal
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Out in the fresh air or inside, the Old Port is a veritable profusion of activities that will work your body, your emotions, and your mind. Ride on a Segway, or some fishing, or an IMAX® film, a cr... más información
If cobbled pathways and sea-side romance is your thing, this is the place to be. Travel back in time to "New France" and discover the history of Montreal. Explore old churches and new buildings and... más información
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In Old Montreal, you will see stunning view along the river, many food trucks in summer, and you can get a chance to try the lobster roll. Many art and music festival is around old port, art shops ... más información
Old Montreal is a must-see for any traveller on their first visit to the island. Hop on a boat cruise to get some great shots of the city, visit Notre-Dame Cathedral, or dine in some of the many re... más información
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Island hop to the middle of the St. Lawrence for a Montréal play date par excellence. A unique mix of green space, architecture and history, Parc Jean-Drapeau is our cherished four-season playgrou... más información
The Aquatic Complexe located at Parc Jean Drapeau is open from end of May to early September. Hours differ depending on month, usually 10am/noon opening to 7pm/8pm. Its main feature is the outdoo... más información
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The neighbourhood contains many Asian restaurants, food markets, and convenience stores as well being home to many of Montreal's East Asian community centres, such as the Montreal Chinese Hospital ... más información
Chinatown dates back to the 1860s when Chinese immigrants came to Canada to work in the mines and on the railroads. The Chinese community continues to shop and celebrate its traditional festivals. ... más información
Montreal's own Chinatown is a filled with smalls spots to grab great asian food. Right on the edge of Montreal's old port.
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So hot and yet so cool—the Plateau moves to its own funky beat. Wrought-iron staircases, old-style stone masonry, walk-up duplexes, imported cars, second-hand bicycles, designer fashion boutiques ... más información
The Plateau-Mont-Royal takes its name from its location on relatively flat terrain north of Sherbrooke Street and downtown, and east of Mont-Royal. The borough is bordered to the north and north-ea... más información
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The Notre-Dame Basilica is one of Montreal’s most recognized religious buildings, built in an impressive Gothic Revival style and standing 200 ft high. It is also one of Montreal’s oldest structure... más información
You will fall in love with the magical atmosphere of the magnificent Notre-Dame Basilica. Go and have a look at the modern Chapelle du Sacré Cœur behind the main church sanctuary.
Dating to 1824, this massive church features vibrant stained glass & hosts concert performances.
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Lawrence owner Sefi Amir's commitment to source locally and respectfully raised meat has taken brick-and-mortar hold a few doors down from her restaurant at Boucherie Lawrence. The butcher shop fee... más información
Lawrence is a fine dining destination. British-native chef Marc Cohen is behind the menu that features dishes with amazing ingredients such as humanely raised meats, pristine produce and the finest... más información
Interesting and delicious. Celebrated chef Marc Cohen creates amazing dishes using every part of the animal. They have their own butcher halfway up the block. Sausages, hamburgers and all things meat.
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Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal is a Roman Catholic minor basilica and national shrine on Westmount Summit in Montreal, Quebec. It is Canada's largest church. Father Andre is said to grant m... más información
Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal, founded by Saint Brother André, is a Catholic shrine dedicated to Saint Joseph. There to express faith and prayer, to foster healing and peace, the Oratory r... más información
Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal, is a Roman Catholic minor basilica and national shrine on Westmount Summit in Montreal, Quebec. It is Canada's largest church. (14 minute walk)
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Walk along the water and enjoy all sorts of different activities such as kayaking, rafting, biking, zip lining etc. Great restaurants and art exhibits all along the Old Port, Imax theatre on the wa... más información
Old Port is adjoined to Old Montreal & Chinatown-- 1 stop to see the best of Montreal's tourist stops. Get on the City bus Tour bus to see what else there is to see in Montreal. Great place to c... más información
Walk along the water and check out th clock tower on the quay (you can climb up to the top for a great view). Check out Place Jacques Cartier and Rue Saint Paul.
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Montreal's Gay Village (The Village, French, Le Village gai or simply Le Village) is located on Saint Catherine Street East, centred on the Beaudry Metro station, and on Amherst Street in the Ville... más información
Enjoy a drag queen show at our favorite bar/cabaret ''Chez Mado'' or a nice restaurants with friends. We love the restaurant ''Le Club Sandwich'' open all night for a late craving! Coming out from ... más información
Cool neighborhood to explore. St Catherine street is closed for pedestrians in the village. Interesting shops, original restaurants and bars.
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In the middle of the island of Montreal is the Mount Royal. Le Parc du Mont Royal is a large park in the middle of the island. Montrealers just love to stride along its numerous paths. You might wa... más información
A short walk up to get a great view of the city, all the way to the US! Mount Royal Park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed Central Park in NYC. Cool, eh?
Get a great view of the city and the south shore from here. The best way to get there is to walk up Olmsted Path, which is accessible from Pine avenue, only a couple blocks away from my place.
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You can find everything you need/want on Saint-Catherine street. From big brands such as H&M and ZARA to some local stores. The famous underground city is also accessible from Ste-Catherine street.... más información
A stroll along the famous St Catherine street running West to East. You will find it all from the big shopping centers, small boutiques, office towers, strip clubs, cafes, restaurants and bars...
The heart of Montreal, tons of shopping, Montreal eye-candy streaming down the streets, and lots of iconic churches (Mark Twain said you couldn't throw a rock in Montreal without hitting a church).
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Sumptuous Victorian architecture housing luxury boutiques, haute couture showrooms and art galleries has been carefully showcased, giving the Street a distinctive touch of elegance. Nightclubs, res... más información
With the exception of Old Montreal, Crescent street is the epicentre of Montreal nightlife. It is lined with pubs, bars, restaurants and is always busy in the summer. Also check out nearby Bishop s... más información
One of the most famous streets downtown Montreal, tons of bars, patios, pubs, restaurants and nightclubs on and around Crescent street. Worth visiting both during the day and at night.
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Mont-Royal Avenue is one of the Plateau’s main thoroughfares and is lined with a multitude of one-of-a-kind boutiques and shops. The avenue is also renowned for its many “friperies”: funky shops th... más información
The funkiest street in the Plateau. Right around the corner from our place. You will find it all from vintage and record shops to cool clothing boutiques, bars, restaurants, etc. From Papineau to P... más información
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The old Italian neighbourhood. Plenty of Italian shops, (sport) bars etc, and both longstanding and brand new great restaurants. Worth the walk combine it with a visit to Jean Talon Market.
Little Italy is the heart of Montréal Italian community. Ferraris, exceptional cappuccino, soccer mania and the best restaurant are found here. Its also the best meeting point for Formula 1 fans.
Little Italy, full of good drinks and eats. Have a stop on the way to or from the Jean Talon Market.
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Mile End since the 1980s has been known for its culture as an artistic neighbourhood, home to artists, musicians, writers, and filmmakers such as Arcade Fire, Adam Gollner, Bran Van 3000, etc.
You love bagel ? Bagel St-Viateur You love italian coffee ? Olympico coffee shop You love the artist ? Just walk around those street, you can feel the spirit, Arcade Fire, Godspeed band, all there
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Notre-Dame Basilica (French: Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal) is a basilica in the historic district of Old Montreal. The church is located at 110 Notre-Dame Street West, at the corner of Saint Su... más información
Notre-Dame Basilica is a basilica in the historic district of Old Montreal, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The church is located at 110 Notre-Dame Street West, at the corner of Saint Sulpice Street.
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The quickest option: walk (3mn) to take bus 80 or 129 (direction south) at the corner of Mont-Royal and Parc. Or bus 55 at Mont-Royal and St-Urbain. Or walk (about 7mn) to Mont-Royal metro station... más información
Centre-ville avec des grattes-ciel, des centres commerciaux et la fameuse rue commerçante Ste-Catherine. / Downtown. Lots of buildings, shopping malls and famous Ste-Catherine street.
Downtown Montreal is of course a must see! Great stores, restaurants, festivals in both winter and summer, and so much more! A must see! Ask for more information!
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Called "the main", Saint-Laurent street is worth walking right from Prince Arthur all the way up to Little Italy (probably an hour's worth of strolling, longer if you're at a very leisurely pace). ... más información
Take a stroll along "The Main" to see the heart of the Plateau. This street divides east and west Montreal. Things to see from Catherine all the way to Bernard in Outremont
Saint-Laurent Boulevard divides the city between east and west. Our area of "The Main" is the most central part of arguably Montreal's top street.
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Tam Tams is a staple of Montreal culture. Its a weekly ''festival'' that happens at the base of Mount Royal on ave Parc near/around the George-Étienne Cartier statue every sunday lasting as long as... más información
Parc Mont Royal is an amazing park located at the top of Mont-Royal. There are plenty of walking/jogging/hiking trails to explore and there are some great spots to get a view of the city. All the... más información
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Where the action is : Montreal International Jazz Festival, Festival Juste Pour Rire / Just For Laughs Festival, Festival des Films du Monde, Franco Folies and more (..)
All festivals happens there : Francofolies, Jazz Festival, Just for laugh, Nuit d'afrique..... If no festival while you're in Montreal theres is often something going on and there's the illuminated... más información
Great place to hang around in the summer, always something or other happening - try the swing set in early spring or late summer. Less than 10 minutes by Bixi.
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St-Denis below Sherbrooke. Lots of bars and restaurants and outside terraces. Above Sherbrooke St-Denis St. is worth visiting too for the stores and restaurants and a few bars as well. ----------... más información
If you are going to visit the Old Port and Chinatown, take St-Denis street through the Latin Quarter.
One of the best area in town for dining, partying and attending cultural events
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The square was built here by the city in the first half of the 19th century, but this initiative was simply an acknowledgement of a much older reality. As archaeologists have found, people have gat... más información
A must see in the Old Montreal. At any time of year, great restaurants on both sides of the street. At the upper end of the Place stands Nelson's Column, built in memory of Admiral Horatio Nelson.
The heart of Old Montreal: restaurants, terraces, bars, museums, architecture wonders, horse carriages, this oldest part of Montreal dating as far as 300 years ago will charm you !
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Baaars!!! Great street for a bar-a-thon, meeting people, checking some street art and events. But the bars are the thing n the area
One of Montreal's most beautiful streets. Perfect for those looking for unique shops to visit.
Lots of boutiques and terraces. Worth checking it out.
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Where Expo 67 took place and where the big music festivals like Osheaga happen. Lots to do: hikes, biking, museums, restaurants, pools, amusement park. A 25-min bike ride from our house or take the... más información
Plenty of green space for a picnic, outdoor concerts, Man made beach, hiking trails, bike trails, Amusement park or just drive along where formula 1 race cars drove.
This island was made in the 60s from the dirt dugout to form the metro system. Over the years it has become a beautiful park hosting Piknic Electronique, Osheaga and lots of other festivals.
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Quartier des Spectacles is a wonderful modernized, and fully renovated part of downtown montreal geared to shows and entertainment. Most of the citys su,er festivals are centered here from Jazz fes... más información
This is a vast area encompassing the Modern art museum and the place des arts square. Throughout the summer there are live music concerts, shows and events. The Jazz Festival and the Just for Laugh... más información
My favourite place! There is always a festival or something awesome happening here. Also called Place Des Arts or Quartier des festivals. Jazz Fest, Film fest, Just for Laughs...
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The 'Tam-Tam' de Montréal takes place every Sunday in the Summer and lasts a few hours in the middle of the day. Dozens of people gather with all sorts of percussions and part-take in a collective ... más información
This is where you should be on a Sunday. In fact, this is where the whole city is on Sundays! This has been happening for 50 years in Montreal, Tam Tams bring back the Ra Ra Sundays for all! Bring ... más información
Every Sunday in the summer, people spontaneously meet up here and play drums all day long. Observers dance. Friends picnic. And people juggle, slackrope walk, LARP, and play music.
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This is the most popular lookout on Mont-Royal thanks to its accessibility and large parking lot. Naturally enough, it’s a magnet for couples once night falls, making it nearly impossible on summer... más información
This lookout gives you a great view of the city. If you are in good shape, you can walk up to it, you can take the bus (on Mont-Royal street at the corner) or drive up as there is a small parking a... más información
Best Sight Seeing in Montreal. You will be able to enjoy a 200degree view over all Montreal. Perfect spot for a romantic break.
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Your starting point for ice cream cone in the tree shade followed by a leisurely walk along Prince-Arthur towards Saint-Laurent boulevard. Then visit the eclectic commerce along this iconic Montrea... más información
Lovely little parc nearby with a fountain and flower-beds, and a small outdoor summer café. Nice place for a light lunch or coffee in the morning on your way to work. ------------------------------... más información
A lovely gold and green fountain sparkles in the summer and its usually very shady beneath the mature trees. Grab a coffee at the bistro on the southwest side of the park.
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Since the 17th of may 2017. The Jacques Cartier Bridge is now illuminted. You will see a light show every day begining around 8pm all night long.
Where you can see fireworks during summer, and you can cross it by bike, or on foot, to enjoy another view of the city, and arrive at the Parc Jean Drapeau.
Perfect spot top view the fireworks competition. Every Saturday and Wednesday during the summer months