Vieux-Montréal is one of the most beautiful, well-preserved vi... "old towns" this side of Europe. This is a key component in what makes Montreal... more »
Mile-End, voted one of top three districs to live in Montreal by the Montreal Mirror, is a quaint yet contemporary quarter teaming with cafés (Café... more »
Montreal's answer to the region's harsh winters, Underground City refers to the extensive web of train stations, restaurants, department stores and hotels all connected underground.
This huge park, originally constructed for the 1976 Olympic Games, includes the home stadium of the Montreal Expos, the Botanical Garden and the Biodome.
One of Canada's most famous museums, this popular institution houses a wide collection of international contemporary and Canadian exhibits, and straddles two buildings, the 1912 original and its 1991 across-the-street annex with underground galleries that connect the two sites.
This 19th-century church has a collection of interesting mosaics on its ceiling.
This natural history museum at McGill University is named after business tycoon and philanthropist John Redpath.
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