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  • 1

    Old Montreal

    95 reviews

    Old Montreal is a cute, cobble stoned area dotted with restaurants, shops and cafes housed in historic, old buildings. It's a great place to walk around especially at night when the lamps are lit, giving Old Montreal a reminiscent feeling of Paris.

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  • 2

    Notre-Dame Basilica

    77 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"

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  • 3

    Mount Royal Park

    55 reviews

    Mount Royal Park offers a terrific view of Montreal. I would urge those to come to Mount Royal at night. In addition, the park was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, the same man who designed Central Park in New York City.

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  • 4

    Montréal Botanical Garden

    41 reviews

    We had a magnificent time at the sure to catch the Chinese Lanterns at night time for some spectacular pictures!

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  • 5

    Montreal Biodome

    37 reviews

    Good place to bring your kids and see all the exotic animals and experience the different climates like the rainforest room.

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  • 6

    Old Port of Montreal

    30 reviews

    We were fortunate enough to have fantastic weather. We sat on the port for a while watching boaters and ships. The port itself is beautiful - highly recommended.

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  • 7

    Olympic Stadium

    33 reviews

    I can imagine that this must have been rather amazing when it was first built for the 1976 Olympics. The leaning tower is still interesting to see though I am not sure it's really a must see sight if you are only in town for a short time.

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  • 8

    Underground City (RÉSO)

    31 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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  • 9


    29 reviews

    This is a relatively small chinatown when comparing to Vancouver or toronto. It does offer some decent chinese and Vietnamese cuisine for your liking.

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  • 10

    Rue Ste. Catherine

    23 reviews

    shopping shopping shopping all best brands

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  • 11

    Boulevard Saint-Laurent

    21 reviews

    Goes from Old Port through the Plateau and God knows where else. I'm giving this 5 stars essentially for the Plateau. Saint-Laurent and Saint-Denis are the main drags for hipster-kind.

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  • 12

    La Ronde

    20 reviews

    Our season passes to Six Flags worked here, which was nice. For the most part the lines weren't too bad, except for the popular roller coasters. We didn't try the food, because great food is just a Metro ride away in Montreal. We did buy some beer and drinks. It was a little dirtier than I expected, but not gross.

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  • 13

    Bell Centre

    18 reviews

    I <3

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  • 14

    The Plateau

    14 reviews

    Every city has a Plateau. It's the young, trendy, and hipster part of town. The essential restaurants and bars are here: Dieu du Ciel, Fairmount Bagels, L'Express, Cheval Blanc, etc. You could spend your entire stay in just in the Plateau.

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  • 15

    Montreal International Jazz Festival

    13 reviews

    The Montreal Jazz festival is great event, and its a lovely time to visit Montreal. The Summer is new and fresh, the weather is fine, and there are great free concerts to take advantage of during the festival. They always have a few huge names if you want to buy a ticket, but the free stuff is just as good.

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  • 16

    Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

    14 reviews

    For a free-admission art museum, the Museum of Fine Arts is a worthy visit. The museum is centrally located in downtown and easily accessible by Peel and Concordia STM stations. The collections extends through three buildings and includes a sculpture garden. You can find arts from many eras - Renaissance, Baroque, Impressionist, Cubism ... They have paintings by Renoir, Monet ...

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  • 17

    Bixi Montreal

    13 reviews

    Fantastic way to get around the city. And they are convenient! Rent one out from one station and drop it off at another. So much fun!

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  • 18

    St. Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal

    15 reviews

    Beautiful even covered in snow. So peaceful

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  • 19

    Montreal City Hall

    15 reviews

    Montreal City Hall is a beautiful building to view. We didn't go inside, but we did enjoy taking pictures in front of the building.

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  • 20

    Jean Talon Market

    14 reviews

    A wonderful foodie market where you can get gourmet cheese, fresh produce and lots of Quebecois goodies.

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