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Notre-Dame Basilica
#1 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Wonderful experience to walk through the church and view the spectacular altar, organ, and other historic detail.
The paths are fun to walk or cross country ski, lookouts with stunning views and the skating and sledding near the chalet and lake are wonderful experiences.
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Old Montreal
#2 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Lots to do Historical sights Amazing old architecture and buildings Fantastic restaurents Like a trip back to old montreal Street entertainers Cobblestone streets Hprse drawn carriage tours The old pier Cirque de...
Here at the center of town within an easily walkable few blocks, quaint cobblestone streets, lovely early architecture and fascinating historical sites blend with trendy shops, ultramodern art galleries and except...
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St. Patrick's Basilica
#4 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
The cathedral has historic connections with the Irish-Canadian community in Montreal, it is a national historic site of Canada, and it highlights gothic architecture.
One of the most interesting, charming historic landmarks to visit in Montreal.
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Cathedral of Marie-Reine-du-Monde
#5 of 166 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!
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Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours Chapel
#6 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
On the guided tour, in addition to seeing the archeological site, you get a guided audio tour, learn about the woman for which the chapel is named, and can climb the tower to go to the top of the chapel for a grea...
You get the church itself which is very ornate, as you can expect from the other churches in the area, you get aamzing views from the steeple, and of course you get tons of history in the Marguerite Bourgeoys museum.
Rue St-Paul
#7 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Cobblestone street, reserved for walking, amazing history and architecture, tons of restaurants (all taste, all budgets), exclusive boutiques, vibrant nightlife, St-Paul is a landmark of Montreal
Rue St-Paul is simply a delight to view, see the various boutiques & restaurants, it is a beautiful part of Old Montreal, you are only steps away from the port, or the old City Hall and Notre Dame Cathedral; all m...
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Bell Centre
#8 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Fantastic arena with great seating and super views of the stage.
Bell Centre located in downtown Montreal provides an awesome hockey rink to view sports older rivalry.
McGill University
#9 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
View of Montreal Parc from entrance.. Colorful fall foliage & architecture of historic buildings make the campus worth a walk through.
Ultra secure, staff on site at all times, great inner garden for quiet dinner.
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Lieu Historique National du Canal-de-Lachine
#10 of 166 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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Old Port of Montreal
#11 of 166 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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Quartier des spectacles
#13 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
The free outdoor site bursts with open-air activities: braziers, shows, activities for children, outstanding lighting design, all showcasing Montreal’s renowned party spirit and flair for entertainment.
Wonderful site for the Annual Jazz Festival...lots of great outdoor places to hang and listen to music and dance!
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Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
#15 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Leave your car at home or hotel easy access to the site via Metro and Bus system definitely wear comfortable walking shoes or runners and ear plugs these racing cars are load anywhere you sit you will have a good...
Beautiful views of the city, new asphalt and close to the city beach Parc Jean Doré where the family can chill while you workout.
Crescent Street
#16 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
A great walking view.
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La Grande Roue de Montreal
#17 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
matter fact all Montreal area residents should visit and be proud of this beautiful monument!! Excellent packages available look at web site La Grande Roue de Montréal all info is there both English and French .
We were 6 friends and we took a private cabin, the cleanliness of the cabin was impeccable, the views were amazing since it was also a beautiful day.
AURA Basilique
#18 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
WOW !! - What an awesome show of sights and sounds... - The strobe lights were incredible, as were the conventional ones.. - Along with hauntingly beautiful music,, it really moved us.. - I would ABSOLUTELY recomm...
The first part of the show is just a walk around the church to see the lit up displays - you need to arrive in plenty of time to view this - there were very long queues outside the church before entry.
Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada
#19 of 166 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 .
Place Jacques-Cartier
#20 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
But, if you want the energy of the city, the chance to watch and buy street art, or visit historic sites within five minute walk, or just watch people and absorb Old Montreal, then this is your kind of place.
We lucked out with weather when we visited this summer and were able to explore most sights in the city!
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Chalet Du Mont Royal
#22 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
It is an easy walk, even in winter, and the view is wonderful, across the downtown, St Lawrence river, and on a clear day, you can see NY State & Vermont.
Great view of Montreal and a little cafe inside if you want to warm up and relax a bit before heading back down.
Observatoire Place Ville Marie
#28 of 166 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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Underground City
#32 of 166 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.
There are plenty of shops to view while walking.
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Habitat 67
#34 of 166 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.
The guide explained the unusual engineering techniques that led to this unusual building.The place is fully occupied by long time residents.On the upper level we enjoyed a breathtaking view of downtown Montreal an...
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City Hall
#39 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
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Christ Church Cathedral
#40 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
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Chinatown
#42 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Especially at lunch time, the sheer number of people that sit on the benches and eat, explore one of the dozens of small family-owned restaurants and pick through the displays is a view into the Residents of the t...
Great sights and sounds for the senses!
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Bank of Montreal (Banque de Montreal)
#43 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Montreal World Trade Centre
#44 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
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Pont Jacques-Cartier
#48 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Excellent views and a great way to see the views.
Get great views of Montreal from the bridge.
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Leonard Cohen Mural
#52 of 166 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.
Centre de Conferences le 1000
#53 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Dorchester Square
#54 of 166 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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