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Take a look at these Montreal tourist attractions that you should check out. Between St-Laurent and St-Denis, Prince-Arthur becomes a cobblestone, pedestrian friendly street that houses terraces, a panoply of Greek restaurants, and a few ice cream shops.
For some more inspiration that goes above and beyond these noted landmarks, check out our list of Super Exciting Things to Do in Montreal One of Montreal’s treasured darlings, St-Viateur Bagel, is your best friend for all things midnight munchies. That makes it the perfect place to take a walk, grab a bite, and end up in the park by the dreamy fountain (and maybe even fall in love over a shared ice cream? Apart from offering a scenic and historical tour of the mile-end this tour also launches you into a gastronomically induced journey of some of the best food in Montreal.
Not only is it breathtakingly gorgeous, but it’s like a mini vacation: with tons of different plant and flower species imported from all over, alternating exhibits and events, not only does it (literally) bring you back to your roots but the organizers have brought miniature pieces of paradise directly to our city.
One of the most beautiful hidden courtyards in Montreal, Le Sainte-Élisabeth terrace is just a couple of blocks away from Montréal’s main summer festival location: Place du Quartier des spectacles.
Shake your booty on the dance floor at the main stage or sunbathe by the river accompanied by a signature Piknic bucket of alcohol. Ma Bicyclette is a bike rental service right on the Canal.
The folk here do repairs, sell snacks, and are some of the friendliest staff around.
You can now see the thousands of canes and wheelchairs at the oratory and light a candle in the basilica for a loved one.
Every Sunday, Montrealers take to the foot of the mountain with a blanket, food, and drink to bask in the sun.
This permanent exhibition about Montreal’s history delves into everything from the First Nations communities to the present. , looks into the history of Bell and the evolution of the telephone in Montreal. It might be a little out of the way, but this veritable oasis of lushery is something every Montrealer should make a trip to, at least every few months (especially in winter).
You can get to the top by walking up gently sloping gravel paths, bike, bus, car or, literally, by going off the beaten path onto less travelled trails for a full experience of nature in the heart of the city. Saint Brother André’s love of Saint Joseph inspired him to build the basilica in his honour.
Brother André’s healing powers drew many pilgrims to the basilica, and the cured left their canes and wheelchairs there.
Café Chat L’Heureux is proud to be North America’s first ever cat café.
It is open to anyone who wants to cuddle up with a cat and a warm cup of coffee.
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6 stops, which include the best vegan falafel, authentic italian gnoccis, and the best Montreal chocolate, this walking tour is enjoyed by both locals and tourists!