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What to Do in Montreal

  • Notre-Dame Basilica

    This Gothic Revival basilica is one of the Montreal's most remarkable sights. It is decorated with beautiful wood carvings.

  • Mount Royal Park

    This mountain park offers wonderful view of the city of Montreal. The park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, designer of New York's Central Par­k.

  • Montreal City Hall

    This building is built in the Second Empire style. It is famous for Charles de Gaulle's speech from its balcony.

  • Biodome

    This museum offers rain forest, the Arctic Circle, rolling woodlands or raw Atlantic oceanfront, all in one building.

  • Biosphere

    This unique environmental museum was built for Expo 1967. It presents exhibitions about the major environmental issues.

  • St Patrick’s Basilica Montreal

    This Roman Catholic basilica is dedicated to St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. It was built by Irish immigrants.

  • Jacques-Cartier Plaza

    This square is named after Jacques Cartier, one of the discoverers of Canada. Public artists often perform here.

  • Jean-Talon Market

    Visit this outdoor farmer's market and taste the best local produce.

  • Illuminated Crowd

    This large public art sculpture made of polyester is really remarkable. It caused a lot of controversy among Montrealers.

  • Botanical Garden Montreal

    This large botanical garden lies on 190 acres and offers a wide range of thematic gardens and greenhouses.

  • St. Joseph's Oratory

    This magnificent oratory is dedicated to St. Joseph who is Canada's patron saint. It is built in the Italian Renaissance style.

  • Schwartz’s Delicatessen

    This Hebrew delicatessen shop and restaurant offers the best smoked meat in Montreal. It is famous for its sandwiches, you can expect long queues.

  • World Trade Centre Montreal

    It is architecturally very interesting building. There are lot of boutiques and stores. There is fragment of Berlin wall in the building too.

  • Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral

    This cathedral is smaller copy St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican. It is the seat of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Montreal.

  • La Banquise

    This 24-hours restaurant offers various kind of dishes, especially breakfast menus are popular. It also offers selection of microbrews.

  • Mount Royal Avenue

    This avenue is one of the hearts of Montreal. There are various boutiques, pubs, night clubs and restaurants here.

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