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“A street made for people who like to sight-see”
Review of Rue Sherbrooke

Rue Sherbrooke
Ranked #97 of 425 things to do in Montreal
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Owner description: This famous street includes the city's most upscale shopping thoroughfare and a historic atmosphere.
Reviewed August 16, 2012

I love walking down this street. Some parts are more spectacular than others but overall it makes for a wonderful stroll and some of the buildings are classic Montreal with wonderful Quebec architecture.

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Reviewed August 1, 2012

Sherbrooke Street is the street where you can enter McGill University via their known gates. It is also host to the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Beaux Arts) and of many companies and hotel (Ritz etc). A few known restaurants like Bice (overpriced and snobby). It is worth a look for the architecture of the turn of the century building.

Thank Montrealeronthemove
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Reviewed July 26, 2012

Sherbrooke is a really long street, so it's a bit strange to rate it, but overall I have never found it particularly interesting in any way: not for walks or shopping or restaurants.

Thank gunie_g
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Reviewed April 29, 2012

This street covers lots of ground in Montreal, stretching all the way from Montreal-West, through NDG and its little neighbourhood shops, through the downtown core and all the way East, past the oil refineries, to the easternmost point of the Island where it meets Rue Notre Dame in Pointe-Aux-Trembles. There are good bus routes along Sherbrooke and its usually one of the best arteries for getting around even though there are TONS of traffic lights.

Thank nick6feet10
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Reviewed April 7, 2012

Rue Sherbrooke is not only full of unique boutiques but has managed to retain a very old fashion image. Some of the buildings are historical, others have been renovated and maintained an old fashion facade. It's a great place to stroll on a beautiful Spring or Summer day, exquisite boutiques to discover from jewelry to designer clothing to museums and art galleries; excellent restaurants and hotels. It will take a while to see everything so schedule a few days to really get a feel for Rue Sherbrooke. It is also the street that goes across the Island of Montreal from East to West. One of my favourite places for a walk.

Thank ELLET919
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