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  • 1

    Old Montreal

    96 reviews

    Great part of the city to just roam or walk around. Lots of great restaurants and shops. The old buildings and cobbled stoned streets give it a wonderful atmosphere.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFoodies
  • 2

    Notre-Dame Basilica

    79 reviews

    Absolutely beautiful. A wonder to the eyes, the soul. Can't appreciate enough the detail in the artwork, the use of such bright and beautiful colors. It's one of those places where the second you walk in and look up, you stop, stare and can just manage to say "Wow"

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 3

    Mount Royal Park

    58 reviews

    Take a walk from Maison Smith and you'll be blown away by the view of the hidden quiet lake on the top of the city. Park has been designed by the same architect that built Central Park

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  • 4

    Montréal Botanical Garden

    42 reviews

    Outstanding & beautiful! We spent hours walking through and had lunch at the bistro!

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesLocal
  • 5

    Montreal Biodome

    37 reviews

    Penguins, a rainforest and canadian woods, all inside! A great respite from the Montreal cold and perfect for kids. Building from the Olympics is beautiful.

    Popular withFamiliesGreenBudget
  • 6

    Old Port of Montreal

    31 reviews

    The Old Port is a beautiful place. I went there in winter when it had like -20 Celsius. So everything (even the water) was frozen, and it looked really beautiful. We found a place there, where you can do ice skating. was really fun

    Popular withLocalOutdoorFamilies
  • 7

    Underground City (RÉSO)

    32 reviews

    The underground city is one continuous mall that spans 7 metro stations in the downtown area. Famous for its endless shops and boutiques and a sanctuary for those who seek to escape the unforgiving summer heat or the bitterness of winter, the underground city is an interesting way to get around the downtown area, great for grabbing some good eats ...

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  • 8

    Olympic Stadium

    34 reviews

    This is the inclined tower at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Canada. For a fee you can ride a lift that'll take you all the way to the top.

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  • 9

    Chinatown

    31 reviews

    Don't miss Pho Bang New York. Good place to have pho in a greek inspired decor??

    Popular withFoodiesFamiliesLocal
  • 10

    Boulevard Saint-Laurent

    24 reviews

    A very good place where you will be able to feel a part of this country.

    Popular withNightlifeTrendstersFoodies
  • 11

    Rue Ste. Catherine

    24 reviews

    As a young child of promise I remember strolling along the quaint streets of my grandmother...French Canadian culture, tiny shops and lots of fascinating people-Sophistican and a revisit to my past

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  • 12

    La Ronde

    20 reviews

    La Ronde is part of the SixFlags theme park franchise and is located on the Île Sainte-Hélène. The park is relatively small compared to some of the other Sixflags located in the US, however it is the second largest in Canada and a fairly popular place for roller-coaster lovers who live in the area. There are some exciting rides including ...

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  • 13

    Bell Centre

    19 reviews

    Amazing show even for when smaller teams play

    Popular withNightlifeLocalFamilies
  • 14

    Bixi Montreal

    15 reviews

    3 stations near the townhouse..great way to see the city

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  • 15

    The Plateau

    15 reviews

    Lots of restos and bars, center of student nightlife. Ave. Mont royal is locked down for a few weeks each summer

    Popular withLocalTrendstersFamilies
  • 16

    Montreal International Jazz Festival

    14 reviews

    Jazzfest is unavoidable. My hotel room even had a Jazzfest program on the bed when I checked-in. I immediately started flipping through it. If I really wanted to be hardcore about it, I’d be picking out paid shows (The Roots had a Saturday night show for only $45!) and free shows and figuring out how to shuttle myself between venues, ...

    Popular withBudgetBackpackersOutdoor
  • 17

    Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

    14 reviews

    The Museum recently underwent a renovation which included a better connection to the building across the road. As a result, there is more space for the collection and special exhibitions. It is one of the best art museums in Canada.

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  • 18

    St. Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal

    15 reviews

    Beautiful even covered in snow. So peaceful

    Popular withLocalSpiritualDesign
  • 19

    Jean Talon Market

    15 reviews

    Coming from the US, Montreal is like a little slice of Europe that's just a train ride away. One of the reasons are the great city markets. Jean-Talon I think is the biggest, and just packed with produce and all kinds of other neat foodstuffs. It's also in a major immigrant area, so you can get things like spicy merguez ...

    Popular withFoodiesLocalVegetarian
  • 20

    Montreal City Hall

    16 reviews

    Normally I would give it a higher score put the area surrounding the City Hall is quite ugly in contrast to other parts of the city

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