... shops seem to be more and more closing down and relocating to other areas of the city or even to other cities. Still many art galleries and souvenir shops around. Maybe summer is a better time for a visit than December.
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We spent our first evening exploring Old Montreal and couldn’t have asked for a nicer evening. Brisk, but not too cold. The shops were delightful and holiday decorations created a perfect winter atmosphere. Can’t wait to return tomorrow during the day!
I travelled to Montreal with my daughter for 4 nights and definitely felt that Old Montreal was one of the city's highlights. Saint Paul is the Main Street in this area. The streets were very narrow and cobblestoned. With it being Xmas time, the streets...More
Take your time and really appreciate the architecture in Old Montreal. The buildings are amazing. Lots of little souvenir shops, clothing stores, restaurant and pubs. Come during the day and return at night for a different experience with the lights.
Loved the European look/style architecture of old Montreal this might be the closest I get to Europe. Some of the streets were narrow and I can kinda picture horse and buggy going through town in the old days.
I'm spending a week in Old Town Montreal and cannot wander enough, slowly experiencing and digesting this unusual blend of Old Europe and North America.