it is the Plateau after all most artist live there nice to walk many many store enought restaurant and the promenade is great
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If you are only in Montreal for a few days, then skip this and focus on the Old Montreal area. However, if you have more time, then this is a really nice area to visit or even rent a place in.
We had a pleasant stroll along this " normal" area of Montreal. Did seem to have a bohemian type character. Prices appeared more reasonable in the shops and restaurants.
We visitewd Montreal in October 2016 prior to joining a cruise from Motreal to Venice. Enjoyed the opportunity to visit this historic area. Unfortunately, the weather was very wet and poor, but it didn't stop us visiting these areas and would recommend to include in...More
If you have a free morning or afternoon take a walk through the Plateau and explore. Great parks - great restaurants-cool vibe.
If I could live in Montreal, I'd live here. Walking distance to so many great restaurants (although many of the top names are either downtown or in the west end). Lots of cool shops and bars. Has more of a French feel than downtown. Schwartz,...More
A really excellent walking area full of all sorts of shops, restaurants, murals, parks and interesting architecture. I would suggest you do some research before you get here so you can experience the most you can wit the time you have. This is not extraordinary...More
How fantastic - grocery, restaurants, parks, people, pubs, homemade pasta store, butchers, its all here and you can walk to it all. I will admit we moved here earlier this year from western Canada and I love it! No problem being an Anglo but there...More
This is a lovely street we walked from St Catherine Street all the way north - there are many interesting clothes shops - designers and used and eateries like Schwartz's and Moishes. Fun street.