A perfect time of the year when we were there in our second time visit. A lovely place to stroll after eating our favorite Poutine.
When we were at the old port, apart from the ferry boats there was a cruise ship in the docks. Very busy area with lots to do. Flat walking with some quaint restaurantys nearby. The hop on hop off bus stops in this area.
Apart from the ferry ride, the place has a lot to offer. We both had a nice time visiting the museums nearby. Also there were a lot of restaurants in the area which made for a great day out snacking. It is worth many visits for the many experiences that this place makes for due to the multiple opportunities it... More
If you are on business it can be hard to see a city. However, with only a couple of hours of down time this area is free, easily accessible and picturesque. You can get a feel for the city and its history at your own pace, then go back to work with minimal disruption to your busy schedule.
A nice blend of old architecture with modern amenities. This area is very similar to the architectural design in European cities. There is also a wonderful Marina and Park with a lake and pedal boats. Nice and relaxing environment.
Nice walk in the park, go up the memorial tower and see the city on the pier. On Summer weekends they have promotional events by that small artificial "beach". Reminds you that Montreal is a beautiful Island.
Our first challenge was to find the landing stage on the Montreal side. There is little signage and a great deal of renovation / repair work underway at the top level making it rather challenging to see the long, winding gangway leading to the stage where the ferry docks (and where you buy your ticket). The ferry is a practical,... More
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