We went in the dead of winter but walking through Old Montreal was still beautiful. There were lots of tourists and souvenir shops as well as great places to eat!
About Old Montreal
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Compared to Qubec, old Montreal does not really have to offer a lot. There are some exceptions to thie general rule : the vieux port, rue Saint Paul, place Jacques-Cartier, ...
This place has a lot of history and the cobblestone streets with old buildings transport you back in time. However most of the restaurants are mediocre at best and cater to large crowds and tour groups, a lot of the shops are just overpriced souvenirs....More
We loved Old Montreal, the beautiful architecture , the history, the quaintness, the cobblestone roads, the food and mainly the people of this great city!
A beautiful, romantic and historic area of Montreal, not to be missed! Many shops and restaurants, narrow cobblestone streets.
This is a must-see part of the city for all of the right reasons. We visited in February 2016 and March 2017 and enjoyed walking around and exploring the cobblestone streets (make sure to bundle up!). One thing to note: many restaurants and shops close...More
The Old Port area in Montreal, Quebec, Canada is a MUST SEE for all visitors to our fair bilingual city !! Do not miss a chance for fine dining as well. Cheers!
Fun neighbourhood to wander around when visiting Montreal. Adorable shops and cafes. If you like an old charm and cobblestone streets this is the spot for you.
Old Montreal is truly Europeanesque with its cobblestone streets, architecture, French language and close spaces. It is the highlight of Montreal and greedily hordes a lot of the city's (by no means all though) interesting sites. A visit is easy, comfortable and a time travel....More