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Le Vieux-Port de Montréal est un lieu récréo-touristique de Montréal. / Over two kilometres along the St-Lawrence River in Old Montreal, the Old Port of Montreal has been the social, economic and cultural soul of Montreal ever since early French fur traders used it as a trading post in 1611.
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See how the city first began along the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal, with architecture dating back as far as 1685. Watch street perdormers from a terrase at historic Place Jacques-Cartier before stopping by Notre-Dame Basilica for the stained-glass art and, by night, the incredible multimedia…
Old Montreal's narrow cobblestone streets are full of lively plazas and charming shops and cafes. Landmarks include the Notre-Dame Basilica, a soaring Gothic Revival church, and the Pointe-à-Callière museum with city archeological ruins.
This is my first place to visit day or evening. The Old Port has many shops, galleries and the best restaurants. It’s nice to walk and people watch or take part in outdoor activities.
Make sure to walk this neighborhood which is only a hop, skip and a jump to admire European style architecture from the 19th century. It is full of excellent restaurants, bars and shopping.
Cobblestone sidewalks, many tourist shops with fun souvenirs, great restaurants, bistros and art galleries. The Square is fun and filled with many artists and street performers, mostly in the summer and fall.
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