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Three Day Shopping Spree in Montreal

Apr 9, 2006  Frequent traveler, shopper
4.0 of 5 stars based on 7 votes

Montreal is a shopper's paradise. This is a list of some of the best places to go shopping over a three day trip.

  • Explore locations featured in this Trip List: Montreal
  • Category: Perfect weekend
  • Appeals to: Business travelers, Singles, Families with small children, Families with teenagers, Seniors, Students, Active/adventure, Tourists
  • Seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
  • 1. Day 1: Rue Ste-Catharine
    Rue Ste.-Catherine, Montreal, Quebec

    Ste. Catharine is a must for shoppers, lined with up-to-the-minute shops boasting the latest fashions. Along with the boutiques that decorate the street there are a number of major shopping plazas in the area.

  • 2. Underground City
    Underground City, Montreal, Quebec

    Montreal’s underground city is a brightly lit system of tunnels, boutiques and restaurants that stretch for fifteen miles under the city. Many of Montreal’s major shopping plazas, including the Centre Eaton, les Cours Mont-Royal, the Complexe Les Ailes and Place Montréal, are connected to this underground complex. This is the perfect place to go shopping during the rainy days or in the cold of a Montreal winter.

  • 3. Day 2: Old Montreal
    Old Montreal, Montreal, Quebec

    This historic district is filled with some of the city’s oldest buildings housing myriad boutiques, cafés and restaurants. The cobblestone streets and Parisian-style surroundings give the area a European flavor.

  • 4. Old Port
    Old Port of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec

    This former shipping port in Old Montreal is the perfect place to pick up souvenirs and to browse through some of the small shops dotting the streets and piers.

  • 5. Day 3: Rue St Denis
    Rue St. Denis, Montreal, Quebec

    Cutting edge fashions, trendy restaurants and beautiful people populate this busy downtown street. St. Denis is a fashionable area with shops and boutiques of every flavor, from the chic to the unique.

  • 6. Le Main
    Saint Laurent Boulevard, Montreal, Quebec

    For distinctive fashions that tend toward the more stylish, edgy and wild, check out “Le Main” on Boulevard St-Laurent, where individuality and authenticity are on display. Independent boutiques, emerging designers and cutting edge fashion leaders make this district an essential shopping destination.

  • 7. Rue Sherbrooke
    Rue Sherbrooke, Montreal, Quebec

    Exclusive boutiques and traditional fare can be found on Rue Sherbrooke, between Rue Guy and Rue de la Montagne. Upscale fashions, jewelers and antiques are on display nearby at Le Quartier du Musée, where you will also find the boutique and bookstore of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.