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A day in Montreal
- If you are just passing by in a gust of wind, concentrate on MontréàCallièGeorge-ÉCartier will give you the keys to understanding the founding of the city.
- Then wander off.
- A quick jump in méUQAM, in the heart of the Latin Quarter, to smell the popular and dynamic air of Montreal.
- You can finish this day at Royal (9), for fashionable fréconcerts.
3 days in Montreal
Sufficient time to get a good overview of the city.
See also our article “Three days in Montreal”.
- Walk along the cobbled streets of Montreal and on the port.
- Visit of the CitéàCallièGeorge-ÉCartier.
- End the day in a good mood by mingling with the joyful and colorful fauna of the Latin Quarter and the Village.
- Go up the famous rue Sainte-Catherine via the Place des Arts.
- Continue towards l & rsquociel.
- Push toArts.
- Then head to Mount Royal Park for a relaxing moment.
- The sun should be setting soon, and the summit of Mount Royal is the perfect spot at dusk.
- End the evening with a concert in Mile-End or Mile Ex, the alternative and trendy district.
- You have deserved the comfort of a pint of craft beer accompanied by a good bagel!
- Early in the morning, stroll through the alleys of the Botanical Garden, one of the largest in the world.
- Pleasant and informative stop at the neighboring Biodome, to discover the ecosystems of America.
- Then return to the urban environment, for a flâRoyal, with their brick houses and their spiral metal staircases.
- Then, walk down either rue Saint-Denis or boulevard Saint-Laurent to breathe in the spirit of the times, and still enjoy Montreal's nightlife a little.
1 week in Montreal
After a week here, you will know Montreal like your pocket!
Start with the origins of the city, Old Montreal.
- Visit the muséàCallièGeorge-ÉCartier, Château Ramezay).
- Set off with your nose in the air to discover architectural traces of the past.
- To breathe between two puffs of Cartier
- and survey the quays of the Old Port.
- Have brunch in the Latin Quarter or the Village.
- Then go up the TrèCatherine towards the Downtown, its stores and vast shopping centers at the foot of the skyscrapers and its underground city, the largest in the world.
- Hockey fans will make a pèArts.
- End of the day in a Crescent Street pub.
- Head to the Plateau Mont-Royal to discover this warm and dynamic neighborhood.
- A bit of levitrines, some good pastries or a bagel later.
- Climb to the top of Mount Royal to embrace the city with a sunset gaze.
- Go stroll
- before going to lunch in one of the alternative addresses of the neighboring Mile Ex.
- Then go down (meanwhile.
- Alternate shopping and breaks in the neighborhood's cosmopolitan bars.
- Explore the Botanical Garden and its Insectarium, and complete the “green” trip with the Biodôme.
- Take the elevator to the top of the Montreal Tower and enjoy a trip to the heart of the 1976 Olympic site.
- Return to the Latin Quarter, to mingle in this lively district.
- Rent a bike and walk around the Lachine Canal.
- Break at the Atwater market to taste some local specialties.
- Detour via the Canadian Center for Architecture before returning to the center.
- DéD Drapeau, which occupies two islands.
- Possible stop at the Stewart Museum and the Biosphere,
- and picnic in front of the superb panorama of Montreal and the river.