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Attractions Montreal

Attractions Montreal
vacationrentalsexperts.pennistonemedia.com/montreal-the-c... - Shopping Le Plateau is the bohemian neighborhood where you will find some of the hippest shopping streets with antique and vintage boutiques. Other similar neighborhoods include Little Burgundy and Mile End. For high end fashion, head to Rue St-Catherine’s busy thoroughfares where several major labels have their handsomely lit stores. For French boutique shopping and eateries, try Rue Dt-Denis. And picturesque Rue St-Paul with its cobblestones and art will charm the arty side of you.

Discover Montreal Quebec

Discover Montreal Quebec
vacationrentalsexperts.pennistonemedia.com/montreal-the-c... - Things to Do The majority of the city’s historic 17th and 18th century buildings and museums lie in Old Montreal. A visit to this part of town can transport you back to a vintage Europe. Grab a Tourist Office brochure for a walking route map, visit once by day and then once by night to see many of the buildings light up. There are museums and churches to be visited in Downtown as well. You can head to Beaver Lake for picnic to reward yourself after a busy morning of sightseeing. Or get out to the neighborhood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve to take a look at the Olympic Stadium, the Biodome, the Botanical Gardens and the Insectarium.

Montreal Attractions

Montreal Attractions
vacationrentalsexperts.pennistonemedia.com/montreal-the-c... - If you’re feeling more adventurous, you could rollerblade along the canal at the Old Port along with the locals, or even river surf the St Lawrence River. You can also take lessons at the Surf 66 Boardshop if you’ve never done this before. It is also possible to kayak or go rafting in the Lachine Rapids off Lasalle’s park in the south-west along the river. If you’re in Montreal in winter, several of the city’s parks, including Parc du Mont Royal, offer groomed paths for cross-country skiing. There are also several year-round and winter skating rinks in the city, and a couple of free ones at Beaver Lake and Lafontaine Park.