You can enjoy the charm of architectural design of Europe. Rue St. Paul is exclusively reserved for pedestrians. It is full of bars, restaurants and souvenir shops. Place du Jacques-Cartier is a place for photo op; of course it's not the only one. Many tourists took the 2-hr horse carriage around Old Montreal. It is $85. The 1hr cost $45. there is a lot of history here. The water front is a good place to walk around and take pictures. You can spent a few hours here easily. If you drive, parking is very tricky. First, you have to know Mon-Fri, Sat, Sun in French to know when you can park. Second, spaces between lamp posts have different restrictions. . First, you have to know Mon-Fri, Sat, Sun in French to know when you can park. Second, spaces between lamp posts have different restrictions. If you find a space behind or in front of a car, that space may not be a legal parking space. You have to look at the signs posted on the nearest lamp post to see if there is a no parking sign with an arrow to show where the restriction starts. Then you have to know Lun-Ven means Mon-Fri. I saw a police and another Parking Enforcement officer giving tickets to unaware motorists. Also there is no right turns on red, unlike most states.