The meeting point for the best attractions in town.
One of the first things if you want to visit Montreal is definitely Old Montreal. This part of the city, so different from the rest, has kept all its authentic charm. Its small cobblestone streets reflect the stone fortifications erected all around Montreal in the 18th century. The atmosphere is relaxed, with its typical little restaurants and carriage rides.
Enter the Notre-Dame Basilica, you will discover a masterpiece of the neo-Gothic style in America. All simply magnificent !
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Visiting Old Montreal cannot disappoint since everything is there and even a simple walk through its streets is one of the most beautiful activities the city has to offer.
Almost 400 years of history is revealed as you stroll through its cobbled streets, narrow alleys and under the shadows of its buildings that recall the important role of its port.
The charm of this district can be attributed to its charismatic architecture, diverse bars, restaurants, museums and shops, as well as the ease with which it is possible to experience all on foot.
Any visit serves as a reminder that Montreal was once the economic center of Canada, painting a portrait of luxurious financial institutions previously backed by French, British and Scottish merchants.