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Rue Ste.-Catherine

at Westmount, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Downtown and Underground Montreal Walking Tour
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Ste-Catherine Street is divided in two parts by St-Laurent Boulevard: East and West. The West Street is home to Complexe Desjardins, one of the most important skyscrapers of the city. The area is near the University of Quebec in Montreal and is home to shopping, music venues and the Musée d'art contemporain de Montreal.
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  • Very good38%
  • Average14%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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“long street” (43 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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at Westmount, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Centre-Ville (Downtown)
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Vacant store fronts, drug addicts waiting outside the pharmacy to buy pills, aggressive panhandlers, police everywhere, and packs of scooter wheelchairs. There is nothing enjoyable about this road. The panhandlers will Chase. You. Down.

Thank AnonFromBoston
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Awesome street with tons of restaurants, bars, clubs etc. love the section closed to traffic. Very safe.

Thank John S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Short on time? Head to Mile End and visit an array of boutiques and restaurants fresher and more lively than this somewhat tired street. Worth a stroll but don't expect too much.

Thank Louisa718
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This is a photo of the Place Jacques-Cartier in old Montréal. It has nothing to with Ste-Catherine street. This SteCath. Street was at one time full of neon cinema and Night-clubs signs. To day it is busy downtown streets but you have to imagine that...More

Thank CLAUDEMontreal
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is a very popular street in Montreal for shopping there are all kinds of shops and all brands luxury as well as common onces. At present street maintenance works are going on some parts of this street but it is not causing much inconvenience...More

Thank Lawrence C
Reviewed 1 week ago

For over 58 years I have been walking from Atwater to Bleury, rain, snow, sun, heat, humidity, it does not matter. This is a must do in Montreal.

Thank bowlesjrobert
Reviewed 1 week ago

Still a good place to walk through, although the area itself is not what it used to be. You can either take a bus ride or drive your car down, there are parking meters pretty well everywhere. If you don't mind the occasional person begging...More

1  Thank Linda D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Remove the random smells usually urine based and the drunks asking for beer money and you have a vibrant end of town. Have a stroll down. Perhaps I caught it on a full moon.

Thank Raymond M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visit during the 375 yr celebration and weekend of the 50th anniversary of the Grand Prix so many side streets were blocked for cars, but walking was great, parking was easy-just feed the meter kiosk every 2 hours because that is the max. But any...More

Thank Tracy A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This street has progressively gone down hill as the best shopping choices have moved underground in the concourses under the Eatons Centre, the Bassilica, or the Hudson Bay.

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Nearby
Centre-Ville (Downtown)
Montreal's towering skyline is concentrated in the
Downtown area, its nexus of commerce and
commercialism. A suffusion of luxury hotels, flagship
stores, high-end restaurants, and corporate
headquarters characterize the neighborhood, which by
nightfall transforms from a business district into a
youth-culture hotspot, with hip bars, clubs, and
restaurants heavily peopled by students and young
...More
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.12 km away
Nearby Attractions
Westmount Public Library
31 reviews
1.12 km away
Shaar Hashomayim Congregation
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.79 km away
Canadian Centre for Architecture (Centre Canadien d'Architecture)
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.79 km away
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kapitola
hi St Catherine's street is so long--where is the best place to start/stop for interesting shops? thanks!
5 May 2017|
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Response from rickb0109 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. Start at Phillips Square. Right by the underground mall and plenty of places to eat atound the square area.
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Christina L
How late are the shops & restaurants open during the summer weekday evenings?
29 June 2016|
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Response from SimbaMasaka | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure but I would guess at least until midnight. Find a restaurant you would be interested and look them up online or call them. We were there until 10.30pm and the street was bussing. Hope this helps.
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Luis M
Yes that is correct, Just go to Basilica of Notre Dame and they are located on the North East corner of the square in front of the basilica.
10 July 2015|
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Response from susan s | Reviewed this property |
Almost always, there are a bunch of carriages lined up right at the square across from the big church in Old Montreal, Notre Dame.
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