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All reviews le village berri uqam rainbow colors plastic balls pedestrian traffic saint catherine lots of fun great neighborhood other cities shops and cafes during summer walk around downtown montreal old montreal street flags metro
Lots of pubs and diversify cuisine all with nice terrace. Just stop by one of them and watch the city stroll by. Pink and blue balloons is your roof of St Catherine throughout the summer months. Concerts in the park by Metro Berry.
Worthwhile visiting and walking down from one end of the village to the other, especially in the summertime under the rainbow garlands when it becomes a pedestrian street. It is conveniently located along 3 metro stops (Berri-UQAM, Beaudry and Papineau).
It's open to anybody, whether...More
While walking down St. Catharines Street we came upon the Gay Village. It was intriguing with lots of low rise buildings that made it feel like a real community in the middle of a large city. There were restaurants to meet anybody's tastes, and it...More
We didn't get to see a lot of this area as we were pressed for time. What we did see was pretty cool. Portions of the main drag are blocked off for pedestrian traffic only. I love that! The subway stop, Beaudry, has some rainbow...More
We stay a a gay B&B We played tourist and did the hop on hop off bus, which was fun and good way to see Montreal. We ate at great Cafes . For US We enjoy LE Stud with there nice Bear Bartenders The rainbow...More
First off, the installation of the rainbow colored balls that cover the street is amazing. It is fun to walk under and beautiful to see from a distance. But other than that, I was a little depressed by the neighborhood. It seemed run down. I'm...More
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The village is still a pedestrian walk. There are always free events in "Place Emilie Gamelin" - You can head to the The Old port which is 20 minutes walk by from the village. You can go to the local bar " Normandie" which... More
The village is still a pedestrian walk. There are always free events in "Place Emilie Gamelin" - You can head to the The Old port which is 20 minutes walk by from the village. You can go to the local bar " Normandie" which has a nice terrace and if you like Karaoke it starts at 10pm. You meet locals there and it's fun. There's "Aigle Noire", just by walking around you will not miss a thing, it's all there ! ( From MADO Drag Club, Stud, Sky, Unity ....) For Theatre, you can walk from the village on foot to " Place des Arts" and check out what's listed. Best is to go around Noon and see what tickets are available.
The Old port is a nice walk around 17:00 + Plenty of Restaurants to see there I would recommend "Jardin Nielsen" which is in the heart of Place Jacques Cartier.
China Town is not far as well, it's within walking distance.
Upon you're arrive pick up FUGUES Magazine, or a local Map. Easy to get around the city. Enjoy Montreal :)