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It has to be said that anything near Notre Dame and it's Place D'Armes adjunct is likely to be a bit special and so it was.
Plenty of interesting shops and bars with the quirkiest being the Christmas shop seemingly open all year round -...More
All sorts of shops; antiquities, jewellery, crafts, combined with plenty of eating and drinking opportunities, make this a really interesting street to stroll along, although it does get very busy in the evenings and it’s a case of sometimes elbowing your way through. Go earlier...More
This street runs near the older part of the City and in front of Notre Dame Cathedral. But beyond that are some older buildings and smaller side streets, and lots and lots of shops, restaurants, cafes and more. I enjoyed this part of the city,...More
Stroll along Rue Notre Dame and you will see numerous shops, Cafes and businesses. You can take a carriage ride or just watch the people. In the Square, there were street performers when we were there which were quite talented.
A walk down this street takes you past many of the historic buildings in Old Montréal, including Notre-Dame du Sacré-Coeur, the Place d’Armes, Montréal City Hall and Chateau Ramezay. There are several cafes and restaurants and the architecture is interesting.
Once the core of industrialised Montreal, the factories and historic buildings of Le Sud-Ouest have been renovated into homes, museums, and small businesses. The rejuvenated landscape has put its Saint-Henri district in vogue, with cutting-edge galleries and an ever-expanding network of restaurants. Foodies can especially delight in the mom-and-pop shops in Little Burgundy, or at the
Atwater Market, where outdoor stalls sell fresh fruit, vegetables, and meat, street vendors have menus of hot fish and wine, and the indoor market offers chocolate, breads, and coffee beans. Dominated by the gentle waters of the Lachine Canal, Le Sud-Ouest is still very much an outdoor town, with a number of pedestrian-only bridges traversing the waters, bike paths along the canal with views of the Leisure Boats, and massive green spaces like Angrignon Park to stop for a picnic, or to play a sport.