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303 Rue Notre-Dame Est
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 3Y8

 (514) 872-8702

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

"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."  See More

"If you like architecture, you should also check out Vieux-Montreal, which features colonial architecture."  See More

"Don't miss Vieux-Montreal as well as it is the oldest area and historic city centre of Montreal."  See More

"Vieux-Montreal (old Montreal), Quebec, Canada."  See More

"The principal poles of visit, for a first timer are : Vieux-Montreal with the Marché Bonsecours on Rue Saint Paul Ouest and Place Jacques Cartier."  See More

"Walk arround on the cobblestones in Vieux-Montreal and see Marché Bonsecours, the Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History and the Montreal City Hall where Charles deGaule made his famous "Vivre le Québec libre " speech."  See More

"For contemporary art you'll have to go at the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal (contemporary art museum) but also do the arts galaries in Rue Notre Dame Ouest and Rue Saint Paul Ouest in Vieux-Montreal betwen Boulevard Saint-Laurent and Rue McGill"  See More

"I would go to the following places -Jean-Talon Market (beautiful open market for food) -Walking tour through Old Montreal( Google free walking tour in Montreal) -Walk through St Denis St beautiful street where something is always going on - one of the best foodie places in all of North America can't go wrong with restaurants in Montreal I would go through Anthony bourdains episodes on YouTube / amazon instant video/ Netflix on Montreal."  See More

"The Vieux-Montreal area is stunning and picturesque with outdoor ice-skating."  See More

"Essential in Montreal: Vieux-Montreal, Mont-Royal to get the city view, Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal, Olympic Stadium, Jardin Botanique (those two are close), Saint-Laurent, St Denis St and Mont Royal Blvd (lots of restaurants, bars and stores)."  See More

"I'd focus on Vieux-Montreal, which is the historic area of town."  See More

"The ones I would recommend are : Vieux-Montreal now that is picture perfect honeymoon stuff."  See More

"Check out Vieux-Montreal (old Montreal) for great food and old european feel."  See More

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