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It is the best theatre for events,the sound is terrific and the location is ideal. You can dine before the event at the many restaurants within walking distance. The price is very reasonable and all the seating is good and comfortable
Amazing concert in the Maison Symphonique located in Place des Arts!
Great acoustics. Go early as we encountered problems with our tickets which we printed at home. We had to go to the ticketing booth to get new tickets and show them the credit card...More
This was an ok place to see. We did not go into the Museum but it was fun to walk around outside. it's near tons of restaurants, and next door is a fantastic mall entitled Desjardins, which I highly recommend.
Nice little place near Quebec city old town you can reach on foot, very stylish and despite the little dimensions all the conforts are included. The bed is a bit too tiny, it was a good and economic option for a one night stay.
Beautiful arts venue in the middle of the city with easy access via the Metro. We were here to enjoy the ballet (Lady Chatterley) and loved the acoustics, lighting, comfortable seating, and wide aisles.
Beautiful living arts complex in the center of the city. Was in the concert hall and appreciated the beautiful hall and excellent quality of sound (and of the Montreal symphonic orchestra obviously). Everything is high quality , simple and accessible. Should be a model for...More
This is the arts district of the city. While they host hundreds of concerts, plays, private parties and show casings what it is rrally known for is its free outdoor activities. Recently renovated to make it more tourist friendly they have hosted jazz fest for...More
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