Nice little spot in Montreal's Old Port District. The architecture around is phenomenal! You can visit the Notre-Dame Basilica & take a drink at Hotel Place D'arme's Suite 701 lounge.
This used to be a beautiful part of the old city, but was recently cleaned up and turned into an open stoned over plaza. But still you should visit. The statue in the middle is significant to the history of the city, and interesting to view in that light.This places is so connected to the late 1960's song that laments... More
This beautiful square was a great resting point for my family and I as we walked through old Montreal. We enjoyed looking at the towering Basilica and people taking house rides. I only wish plaques were in French and English as my French is weak and my relatives don't speak English or French. This being a major tourist attraction I'd... More
One of the most beautiful squares that I've ever photographed, though I will admit that at certain points I just wanted everyone to go away so that I could work with a blank slate. Still, Place d'Armes is what it is -- a beautiful square in Old Montreal, practically always filled with people and sights and sounds. Everywhere you turn,... More
You have to visit this place if you want to see the Basilica of Notre Dam. A small square with the Basilica on one side, a statue in the middle and concrete jungle all around. I don't know why I am wasting my time writing the review of this place.
Not sure if it's worth separating this square from the larger picture of Old Montreal. This is a main square for sure but keep walking down the side streets as well all the way to the port.
Is located in front of the Cathedral of Notre Dame. Is just a square. Is beaultiful, clean and crowded of people doing everything. I suggest to read first the history to make the experience more attractive.
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