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Notre-Dame Basilica

Notre-Dame Basilica is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in the historic center of Old Montreal in Canada. The name of the cathedral resembles the street it is standing on. The church is a true reflection of the Gothic Revival style in Montreal.

Old Montreal

Old Montreal is the oldest historic neighborhood in Montreal, Canada. There are even a few remains dating back to the New France time Period. Located in Ville Marie the district is circumscribed by McGill street, the Ruelle des Fortifications, Rue Saint Andre and Saint Lawrence River.

Mount Royal Park

Mont (Mount) Royal is a volcanic small mountain in the city. The hill is in the west if you intend to get there from downtown. It consists of three peaks - Colline de la Croix, Colline d'Outremont, and the Westmount Summit.

Montreal Botanical Gardens

Montreal Botanical Gardens is a magnificent thematic garden in Montreal. The greenhouses, the flora and the fresh air will astound you. In the year of 2008 the garden became a National Historic Site of Canada. Moreover, it is one of the most important botanical gardens in the country.

Biodome de Montreal

Biodome de Montreal is an Olympic park in the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighborhood of Montreal. The modern structure was initially built during the 1976 Olympic Games. It hosted a number of matches of track cycling and judo.

Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal

St. Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal is a Roman Catholic Basilica on Westmount Summit in Montreal. The church is one of the largest ones in the world. The structure is a National Historic Site of Canada and attracts visitors from all over the globe.

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Arts)

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Arts) is a large art museum in Montreal. It is among the best in Canada. The museum is in Golden Square mile; on Sherbrooke street – to be more precise. The 19th-century museum is a top tourist destination in Canada.

Rue Ste.-Catherine

Rue Ste.-Catherine is the commercial center of Montreal located in Downtown. It is close to the business district beginning at the crossing of Claremont Avenue and de Maisonneuve Boulevard. The street goes parallel the largest section of the underground city.

Old Port of Montreal

Old Port of Montreal is a historic port located in Old Montreal. The port was opened 1830 and serves the transportation needs of the residents for about two centuries now. The port underwent development programs in the 1990s attracting over six million tourists each year.

Rue St-Paul

Rue St-Paul is a lovely historic area in Montreal. The street was paved in 1672. It is a home to iconic landmarks such as the Bonsecours Market and the Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel. Most of the street is still covered with cobblestones.

Pointe-a-Calliere Museum

Pointe-a-Calliere Museum is an archeology and history museum in Old Montreal. Founded in 1992 to celebrate the 350th birthday museum gathered vast collections of artifacts displaying the sequence of events that took place in the city over the years.

Jean-Talon Market

Jean-Talon Market is a widely famous farmer’s marketplace in Montreal. It is right in between Jean-Talon street Mozart Avenue. There are the Jean-Talon and de Castelnau metro stations. Founded in 1933 the marketplace is a hub for the local farmers to get their product out.

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