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Graphic Design student
Cosas que hacer en Montreal
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It´s one of the oldest public markets in Montréal, known for its numerous local fresh food vendors as well as the cultural diversity of its shopkeepers. You´ll also find flowers, spices, oils, etc.
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Go to the top of the mountain - a view of the city. In the summer- there is tams tams where people picnic the entire day. Around the statue there are drummers providing rhythms throughout the day
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Craving Montreal's best poutine? Try the famous Banquise! Just a short walk away, be ready for a line up (it's that popular!) But you can always try the take-out option and just bring back the pout... más información
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Come unwind around the pond, this park is your neighbour! Lafontaine Park is Plateau Mont-Royal’s biggest park. A 40-hectare gem of traditional park landscaping, it includes two linked ponds with a... más información
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The Montréal Botanical Garden, is recognized as one of the world’s greatest botanical gardens. It offers a colourful program of events, exhibitions and activities.
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A Montreal landmark - opened since the 30's - currently owned by Celine Dion's management group. Long line ups at times but so worth the wait. Montreal smoke meat at it's best!
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Everything you need is right here! Gourmet Foods, Premier Moisson Bakery, SAQ (Liquor Commission), Local Produce, Maple Syrup, Chocolate Shop and Delicious Ice Cream Right on the Lachine Canal
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Spacious museum showcasing Québec & Canadian visual works, plus international contemporary art - FREE entrance to the permanent collection and temporary exhibition with a fee ($ less on wednesdays)
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Place des Arts is a major performing arts centre in Montreal, Quebec, and the largest cultural and artistic complex in Canada in terms of many festivals such as International Jazz Festival. Google ... más información
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Rainy day? Spend hours at the Eaton center! It is located in the heart of the Montreal underground city, and is connected to the Montreal Metro via McGill station, enormous food court, stores, stor... más información
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Canada’s premier museum dedicated exclusively to contemporary art, the Musée offers a varied program ranging from presentations of its Permanent Collection to temporary exhibitions.
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Whether you feel like watching a movie in IMAX or visiting the science exhibits, an interesting day lies ahead filled with entertainment and education!
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This is always a favorite with guests. The museum starts with a really informative video about Montreal and you get to exit through the first colonial crypt...into the gift shop, of course!
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The ultimate club experience. Big room EDM shows in a luxurious converted warehouse. One-of-a-kind in North America and a must see for electronic music enthusiasts. The atmosphere is like in festiv... más información
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If you want incredible cocktails, this is your place. I especially love the flaming absinthe and rose liqueur shots! Old school attitude to bartending. Of course, they also juggle the drinks, and e... más información
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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