Beautiful, lively. Fun street performers, awesome people watching, great restaurants and cafes . Artists in large plazas, great food
About Old Montreal
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If you're looking for a romantic, European feel, I definitely recommend staying in Old Montreal! We loved visiting the city center but it felt like any other big city, old Montreal felt truly different and special. Especially in the winter! The hotels in old city...More
Very easy to get around in this part of town. there is definitely a lot of history to see. Took a course drawn carriage ride once and enjoyed it.
One of the few cities in North America that really has an old town that deserves the name. The buildings are beautiful and the places with history are well looked after. Everything is very clean and safe and the restaurants are very nice as well.
Whenever we travel to Montreal (usually once a month), we stay in the Old Port, we also spend most of our time there as well. With such wonderful galleries, restaurants and shops you can spend hours upon hours there. We recently (Saturday) walked and walked...More
Pleasant walks take your time try some terrasses for drinks and views talk with strangers eat at bar desks go for St Laurent river possibilities stop for an ice cream go at the cathedral for a light show rent a bike etc etc Waste your...More
This is a beautiful part of the city to walk around in right next to the port. A must if you're visiting the city! I personally prefer Quebec City's old town more, but this one is still great.
If you've been to Europe repeatedly, you might not enjoy walking around old Montreal as much. Still, this is an attractive part of the city. Walk around and think of the history reflected in the buildings and streets.