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James from Maryland asked

best photo locations

anything thats historical and local favorite 

Montreal (Canada)

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Annemarie from New York City

Hi James! You can't miss  Parc du Mont-Royal when you're taking photos. It's high above Downtown, but not too far away, and there's a particularly beautiful cliff that features absolutely stunning views of the Downtown area. 

You might also want to take a photo of yourself eating some delicious poutine at  La Banquise Resto, the most popular poutine spot in the city (depending on who you ask!)

Enjoy your trip. 


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Karol
Go to Vieux Port (historical beautiful place for nice pics and walks) and Jean Drappeau Park (for a kind of skyline view of Old Montreal and Downtown; a picnic is also highly recomended) ! La Banquise really is the best spot for a delicious poutine!
 
 
 

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Jemi from Melbourne

I would also suggest heading out to Olympic Stadium Tower Tour - it's a really interesting building and area, but also the views and photo ops from the top of the tower are amazing.  One more tip:  head out to Parc Jean Drapeau on the Metro and walk around the island.  The biosphere is spectacular and you'll get great views of the city across the water.


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John from Ottawa

Mont Royal is great. For historical, check out Old Montréal - the square is livelier in summer though with lots of buskers.  

 

http://maps.google.com/?q=Old+Montreal&ftid=0x4cc91a56517f4b69:0x152ebdd5511588d3&hl=en&gl=ca


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Well all of Old Montréal. Also check out Quartier Chinois / Chinatown and If you go a bit farther afield, Petite Italie / Little Italy. You want immigrant history walk up Rue Sainte-Catherine and go North I think it is up St.Laurent.


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