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#5 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Although this National Historic Site is smaller than Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre Basilica, a half hour outside Quebec City, "Mary Queen of the World" is very ornate (being the seat in Montreal of the Roman Catholic arc...
Another Wonderful Architectural and Religious Site!
#8 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Bell Centre located in downtown Montreal provides an awesome hockey rink to view sports older rivalry.
Amazing seats and views from all sections.
#11 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Ultra secure, staff on site at all times, great inner garden for quiet dinner.
Right in downtown and yet has the view of green with Victorian style of buildings.
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#12 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Beautiful town with wonderful views across the St Laurence - historic sights
Either for a walk or otherwise for a bike ride from the Port until the Maclauslan/Saint-Ambroise brewery one will enjoy the finest sights of a newly revamped area, full of attractions and gorgeous quarters.
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#14 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
We were blown away by the things to do on site- the beach area, DJ, playground, hammocks, kids play area, adult beverage tents, great poutine stands, everyone was very classy.
I sat up in Grandstand 21 has a great view of the track and also the huge TV a win win Make sure you have sun screen as there is very little shade .
#16 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
... would say at summer the Old Port offers lots of activities all the time, great restaurants, lots of small streets and shoppings with local arts to explore, amazing view from the river and is full of good energy !
Stroll along the old cobblestone streets, take in the charm of the boutiques or just sit a one of the many bistros and sip a chilled glass of white wine, a little cheese, bread and take in the sun, music, sights a...
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#20 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Montreal is Canada's second largest metropolis, teaming with energy, St Catherines is the heart of Montreal and worth a walk or bike ride, lots to see, plenty of shopping, coffee shops, restauants and historic sites
Fun street to walk up and down and check out the sights, tons of shopping, churches, restaurants, and yes some strip clubs.
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#25 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Montreal's relatively new observation deck, Au Sommet Place Ville Marie, affords a fantastic 360 degree of the city, adding a very different perspective to the views you'll from the summit of Mont Royal (which, it...
It has a 360° Observation Deck that gives a unique view of the city’s main landmarks and the Saint Lawrence River, Mount Royal, Old Montreal and the Olympic Stadium visible 185 meters above the ground.
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#28 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
When I first visited years ago it was just a few miles of shops and restaurants but I must say we walked (we could have also taken the metro) to many interconnected sites throughout Montreal.
Basically you’re there to shop/browse, see the sights, so unless you’re absolutely hunting for something particular it’s fine.
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#35 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
They may be able to add a solarium or have a private terrace and enjoy the views of the St. Lawrence River, the view of downtown Montreal skyline and the beautiful sky.
Beautiful views, intriguing history and fun facts.
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#53 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Heritage park site situated between two metro stops/lines (green and orange) and walking distance to Bell Centre.
It was also just a block from our Hotel so we had a view from our room.
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#57 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Friendly staff, on site garage parking, free breakfast, rooftop deck, swimming pool, gym and coin operated laundry.
#60 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
We have a nice view of the park from our hotel room at the Sheraton.
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#73 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Stand at the intersection of Rue Sherbrooke and Rue Crescent, just down the street from the Museum of Fine Arts, and view this outstanding tribute to Leonard Cohen.
You can see it easily while visiting the Museum of Fine Arts, and you can walk down the stereo to get an even better view.
#75 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
A magnificent architectural site
#82 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Tourists going at the Tourist Information Center of Montreal may not be aware of the FREE sights that are available to them right beside where they are located !
#83 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
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#87 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Historical site it is where: o the first boats landed o In this place you can find also the Monument of the Pioneers (obelisk) (Monument aux Pionniers) that makes tributes to the founders of the city and first s...
#97 of 158 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
This church, a National Historic Site, is an amazing out-of-the-way gem.