Shopping is not that good. Not too many good restaurants. If it wasn't for McGill & Concordia, this street would be pointless. In fact, it's main purpose is an entry point to the Underground City. Wake up Montreal.
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The main shopping street, it is bustling with energy. Part of it becomes pedestrianized, a smart idea. Many places to eat, a few malls, the big stores (La Baie-The Bay) and a great crowd watching place. Recommended.
My hotel was located just off St Catherine. So I experienced the traffic hassle on arrival and departure (busy traffic and parking often tricky). The street itself has all the main retailers you would expect, along with some smaller outlets and a mix of coffee...More
The street has some good architecture and artsy building along the way. It can also get really busy depending on certain occasion. There are areas that are under construction that can be dusty and noisy. Certain areas are malodorous but there is some areas of...More
you come, you choose, and you bring back all your needs here.. because it has big connected underground shopping malls that keeps you warm on the winter..
We enjoyed an afternoon walking along St Catherine street. There were lots of underground malls and places to eat. We specially liked The Bay and they sold some high quality souvenirs. Plenty of shops to see and plenty of places to stop for coffee or...More
There is no other way to enjoy the vibrant and colourful multi-gender and politically in-tuned Montreal! Ste Catherine it is not only a street, it is a life style. From food to street art and crafts, it offers you also a taste of being Canadian:...More
you are in the Main stay of Montreal you have the Mountains right at your footsteps all great stores for good shopping Parking is a issue but you will never run out of options to do