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Stroll, bicycle or take a horse-drawn carriage through the narrow cobblestone streets of Montreal's famous Parisian-style historic district, filled with cultural landmarks, museums, boutiques, sidewalk cafes and restaurants.
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This tour was great! Highly recommend it, great way to learn about the city. We did both the east and west tour with Pierre. He was fun and very knowledgeable. The walk through the city was interesting and informative.
What a massive disappointment coming to old Montreal has been, it’s a building site from the time you enter the city, with huge construction work taking place on the major roads.
It continues all over the city, just building works and roads dug up.
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If you are into old buildings, crowded streets, construction everywhere and Taxi rides that a one mile trip becomes a 5 mile twenty dollar cab fair. Many street vendors selling China knockoffs and junk souvenirs you might like Old Montreal
Definitely worth visiting and some great places to take a beer or coffee and watch the World go by. The only downside (or maybe its a plus for some) I would say is that you could probably walk the whole lot in less than an...More
After a very wet Saturday in June, it was a relief to wander round Old Town Montreal in the warm sunshine. Easily accessible from the metro underground, we wandered through the narrow streets, which felt more European than Canadian. Lots of nice cafes and gift...More
I would strongly recommend visiting the old part of Montreal as it completely changed my impression of the City.
The main square is great to visit for lunch or dinner as it is surrounded by gorgeous cafes and restaurants. The architecture is varied representing the...More
Id say go to the museum of fine arts, the mcgill redpath museum, those are cool if shes into that. o for a hike at beaver lake, mount royal. Saint joseph oratory. Montreal is a city with a million restaurants.