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Ste-Catherine Street is divided in two parts by St-Laurent Boulevard: East and West. The West Street is home to Complexe Desjardins, one of the most important skyscrapers of the city. The area is near the University of Quebec in Montreal and is home...more
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This is like the 5th Ave. of Montreal. This is where the action is. Each night went there to walk and see something different. Shopping Malls, fine restaurants, Subway stops, and entrance to the city under the city. That is interesting. Among that, a street...More
Going from west to east there is kilometers and kilometers of great shops, museums, restaurants etc...
From the month of May thru September great temperatures for a walking tour.
From Jazz festivals to outside Blues fests u will love the ambiance.
Dont forget the museums...More
A busy street that crosses downtown that is full of shops, restaurants and night life. In fact, it was the only street rocking in downtown on A recent Sunday night. You will eventually get to it if you want to do some serious shopping.
What a great place to visit. There are lots of places to shop and quite a few good restaurants to eat at. Everything from high end eating to quick takeout food. All of this walkable from a number of close by hotels.
The hustle and bustle of this lively street is amazing! There are so many stores and businesses here drawing all sorts of people. There are many high end stores as well as layman stores. There is everything here! You could spend a couple hours just...More
Just returned from a weekend trip to Montreal to explore fun shops, foods and attractions.The weekend we were there, late October before Halloween, Montreal hosted their annual Zombie Parade. It was quite the event to watch as Zombies of all sizes, sex, and ages lurched...More