Old Port of Montreal, Montreal, Canada

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  • 3 mentions in 48 hours in Montreal, what are the must see places?

    • Roxanne C.

      Roxanne C. said, "...Well, with onely 48 hours, i guess Old Montreal and Old Port of Montreal is the place to be. (I took the coordinates of Old Montreal of the map, it was so wrong). They're both in the same aria. Lots of activities in Old..." See More

    • Zoé F.

      Zoé F. said, "...The Vieux-Montreal, Old Port of Montreal, Mont Royal the different neighborhoods, the Botanical Garden, a free musical show!..." See More

    • Paul M.

      Paul M. said, "...Walk around the Old Port of Montreal, walk on Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest street. Visit the Le Plateau (Avenue Laurier / St Laurent). Visit Griffintown and the area (Notre-Dame / Atwater). Have some Montreal bagels, a smoked meat sandwich, try the local beer... lots..." See More

  • 1 mention in In need of family friendly winter fun in Montreal

    • Roxanne C.

      Roxanne C. said, "...In Montreal we have a few good spots for skating eder outside or in. First, in old Port of Montreal where you' ll find an outdoors skating rink near the old Clock Tower. Then there is on Île Sainte-Hélène where you can skate..." See More

  • 1 mention in One day in Montreal.....what not to miss?

    • kate s.

      kate s. said, "...Hi Amy, i just got back from montreal..you should definitely go to the Old Port of Montreal and see the oldest part of the city.. most of the art galleries, small boutuques and greatest architecture is all there. For the afternoon i would recommend..." See More

  • 1 mention in Spring weekend in Montreal, what should we do?

    • Kim D.

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      Kim D. said, "...if you are a coffee drinker the local cafes are the best everywhere you go. For great walking neighbourhoods check out Old Port of Montreal, Le Plateau and Rue Saint Catherine (sorry the map point wasn't great) and a trip up Mont-Royal Stay..." See More

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  • 1 mention in Montreal Grand Prix: how to get tickets and what to do when I'm there?

    • Greg W.

      Greg W. said, "...just go with the general admission ticket. You can get it daily anywhere between $50-$90 bucks. Nightlife is big around the Old Port of Montreal. Fun bars like Koko or Chez Serge...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best itinerary for family

    • Rocio A.

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      Rocio A. said, "...Royal, Montreal Biodome Biosphère, Olympic Stadium Basilique Notre-Dame, Saint Joseph's Oratory, Mary, Queen of the World, Montreal Botanical Garden, Jardin Botanique, Old Port of Montreal...." See More

  • 1 mention in How to spend my days in Montreal and Ottawa??

    • Roxanne C.

      Roxanne C. said, "...Rue Saint Paul Ouest and Place Jacques Cartier. Just waks arround the cobble stone streets with galleries and other boutiques. Nearby, Old Port of Montreal with lots of activities (rollers and bikes to rent, Imax, diffent expositions and since a few year, the beach,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Hotel recommendation in Montreal

    • Patrick D.

      Patrick D. said, "...definitely unique and super close to the metro access (you can access from within) and walking distance to Old Montréal and Old Port of Montreal. It has really cool bars and totally what you'd be looking for. There you should definitely try some..." See More

  • 1 mention in Mother & daughter trip

    • Zoé F.

      Zoé F. said, "...hiking, relaxing. Best accomodations: hostels in Montréal. Hotel in Quebec City Things to do: visit art gallery in Montréal, visit the Old Port of Montreal visit museum, go shopping,eighborhoods... Visit nature, park and go see the whales! Things to eat: try a poutine ;)..." See More

  • 1 mention in Free/inexpensive things to do in Montreal?

    • Zoé F.

      Zoé F. said, "...Hello! :) Couchsurfing, staying in Hostels. Some museums are free, visit art galeries in the Old Port of Montreal, visit the Vieux-Montreal go see the Mont Royal, some festivals are free depends when are you coming, some shows are free too. Have a..." See More

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