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Biodome // www.espacepourlavie.ca/en
Biodome

How about travelling through North America wildlife, only steps away from Downtown Montreal? Walk your way from the tropical jungle to the Laurentian forest and form the depth of the St-Lawrence up to the arctic shores and observe the fauna of these 4 distinct ecosystems, as they evolve in accurate reproductions of their natural inhabitats.

Photo credit : © Canadian Tourism Commission

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Insectarium // http://espacepourlavie.ca/en/insectarium/
Insectarium

The Insectarium is a museum showcasing  a permanent exhibition of up to 250 000 species of insects both naturalized and living, as well as other theme exhibitions. For the most daring it also proposes occasional insect tastings.

Photo credit : © Montréal Insectarium, André Payette

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Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan // http://espacepourlavie.ca/en/planetarium/
Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan

Recently renovated, the planetarium explores space and astronomy in the most exiting way, thanks to its advanced technology.

Photo Credit : © Espace pour la vie, Raymond Jalbert

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Botanical Garden // http://espacepourlavie.ca/en/botanical-garden/
Botanical Garden

Montreal's Botanical Garden is a tru peace haven, with its them gardens, its 22 000 species and its 10 greenhouses. Special events such as Lanterns festival and Pumpkins ball are also presented throughout the year.

Photo credit : © Montréal Botanical Garden

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La Ronde // www.laronde.com
La Ronde

The largest them park in eastern Canada, La Ronde is the perfect family destination on a sunny summer day. A true place of enchantment, this park offers over 40 exiting rides, acrobatic shows, water games and its famous fireworks competiton, for a day filled with excitement.

Photo credit : © La Ronde (Member of the Six Flags Family)

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Bell Center // www.centrebell.ca/en/page/home
Bell Center

This amphiteater has a capacity of 21 273 places and is home to the largest concerts and sport events in Montreal. Whether you are assisting to a world class concert or one of our Montreal Canadiens thrilling hockey games, the Bell center guarantees a memorable night. Visit their offical website for a fulllist of events presented during your stay and get your tickets as soon as possible.

Photo credit : © Tourisme Montréal, Mario Melillo

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AML Cruises // www.croisieresaml.com/en
AML Cruises

This summer, come aboard the Cavalier Maxime and ejoy one of AML theme cruise. Deaprting from quay King-Edward in the Old Port of Montreal, AML cruise line offers a variety of cruises aboard the Cavalier Maxime, offering 2 terraces, a panoramic dining room, 3 bridges and a bar and dance floor. More than 10 different cruises are offered including their gastronomic dinign cruise and firewiorks watching.

Photo Credit : © Anton Fercher

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Casino de Montréal // www.casinosduquebec.com/montreal
Casino de Montréal

The largest casino in Canada, recently completely renovated and open 7 days a weeek 24 hours a day. Montreal Casino counts 9 floorsand thousands of slot machines and gambling tables.Take your chance and enjoy a glamourous evening at Montreal's Casino.

Photo credit : © Casino de Montréal

 

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Les 3 Brasseurs // www.les3brasseurs.ca/eng
Les 3 Brasseurs

Cuisine : Bistro, Pub

Price : $$

Microbrewery pffering their own selection of beers and a European bistro style cuisine. Homemade pizzas, saussages and fries will open your appetite and you'll want to wash it down with one of their blonde, amber, white, dark or IPA beers. A warm and laidback atmosphere for an evenign amongst friends.

8 min
8 min
3 min
Decca 77 // www.deca77.com
Decca 77

Cuisine : French

Catégorie : $$$

Brasserie style and gastronomic dining under the same roof. Déca 77 proposes the highest level of gastronomic dining in casual and modern atmosphere. Its proximity to the Bell Center makes an ideal place to have dinner before a hockey game or concert. Also worth menntionning, it proposes an impressive wine list and a gigantic glass vertical wine cellar.

30 min
11 min
5 min
Bevo Pizzeria // www.bevopizza.com
Bevo Pizzeria

Cuisine : Italian, Pizzeria

Catégorie : $$, $$$

Located in the Old Montreal, this bar-pizzeria proposes traditonal wood oven pizzas.

15 min
13 min
5 min
The Keg Steakhouse // www.kegsteakhouse.com
The Keg Steakhouse

Cuisine: Américan, Grill

Catégorie: $$, $$$

Prime beef aged perfectly has made made this restaurant's fame. A warm atmosphere and a great dining experience.

16 min
12 min
5 min
O Noir // www.onoir.com
O Noir

Cuisine: International, French

Price: $$$

A unique experience await you at O Noir. Floor staff is entirely composed of blind people and the meal is served in complete darkness, letting you use all your senses to appreciate the flavours.

37 min
16 min
6 min
La Banquise // www.labanquise.com
La Banquise

Cuisine : Québécoise

Price : $

Poutine is without a doubt the most traditional Quebecois dish. La banquise had been famous for years amongst locals and visitors for its delicious poutine, offered in 28 variety. Open 24h a day, theyalso serve a lareg selection of fast-food style meals and microbrewery beers.

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15 min
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Schwartz's // www.schwartzsdeli.com
Schwartz's

Cuisine : Québécoise, Canadian

Price : $, $$

A must during your visit, come ans taste Montreal's most famous Smoked Meat ! Schwartz's has served this home specialty for over 80 years!

27 min
18 min
5 min
L'Académie // www.lacademie.ca
L'Académie

Cuisine : Italian, French, Bistro

Catégorie : $,$$

Bring your own wine

Delicious revisited Italiand and French classics and a great service. Enjoy their large portions of mussels and fries, duck breast or lamb roast, or an impressive selection of pastas at affordable prices. Reservation is reccomended.

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Stereo Nightclub // www.stereonightclub.net
Stereo Nightclub

This world class nightclub offer state of the art sound system and an impressive line-up of famous DJ. House, progressive and electronic music go on until the morning as this place also turns into an afterhour after 3am. Locals and tourists, straight or gay, French or English, every crowd gathers here for a single reason, THE SOUND!

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Cabaret Mado // www.mado.qc.ca
Cabaret Mado

A colourful evening await you at Mado's! Drag queen shows mixing musibc and humor will entertain you all night long. A mix crowd of gay and hetero gathers there to enjoy the shows, hit the dancefloor or sit on the summer street side terrace.

 

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Station des Sports // http://stationdessports.com/en/index.php
Station des Sports

For all sports fans, the Station Dees Sports is the perfect place to watch a game, thanks to its more than 50 screens displaying simultaneous sport events. This resto-bar proposes a complete menu and an affrodable selection of local and imported beers.

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Les Foufounes Électriques // www.foufounes.qc.ca
Les Foufounes Électriques

This bar is frequented by a younger crowd and proposes an underground atmosphere. Spreaded accross 3 floors it offers theme evening (punk, hardcore, electro, etc) and live concerts. You'll the right music and atmosphere for you accross their multiple florrs and rooms.

10 min
11 min
2 min
Copacabana // copacabanamontreal.com/en/
Copacabana

The Copacabana is the most "tropical" nightclub in Montreal. Latin music lovers will dance through the night.

 

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6 min
Le Saint-Sulpice // www.lesaintsulpice.ca/
Le Saint-Sulpice

The Saint-Sulpice offers one of the largest terrace in Montreal. Located in the heart of the Latin Quarter its the perfect place for a casual drink amongts friends. Located on St-Denis street, this bar counts 3 floors, each with their own bar and atmosphere. Its terrace is a gathering place for hundreds of Montrealers and is a lso a visitor's favourite.

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Bistro à Jojo // bistroajojo.com
Bistro à Jojo

This little St-Denis street bar is nothing less than Montreal's temple of blues. Music lovers will appreciate watching intimate concerts while having a drink at Bistro à Jojo. Visit their website for the full list of events to come.

9 min
9 min
4 min
L'Abreuvoir // www.abreuvoir.ca
L'Abreuvoir

An urabn pub, a cavern like underground club and a huge outdoor covered terrace combines to creat e the Abreuvoir. Perfect for casual drinks or celbrating, it also broadcast major sport events and has them evenings such as comedy club.

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Eaton Center // www.centreeatondemontreal.com
Eaton Center

Montreal's best shopping destination, the Eaton Center is located in the heart of Downtown. Over 175 stores are spread accross its five levels. It's connected to the transit system through McGill metro station.

Photo credit : © The Montreal Eaton Centre, Stéphan Poulin

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Montreal Trust Place // www.placemontrealtrust.com
Montreal Trust Place

Conected to the Eaton Center, Montreal Trust place have the same great location on the ocrner of St-Catherine and McGill avenue and is connected to 2 metro stations.

Photo credit : © Tourisme Montréal, Daniel Choinière

 

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Les Ailes Complex // www.complexelesailes.com
Les Ailes Complex

Located on the corner of Ste-Catherine and UNiveristy, the Les Ailes complex counts over 60 stores on 3 floors and complete Montreal's shopping mecca with the Eaton Center and Place Montreal Trust.

Photo credit : © Tourisme Montréal, Stéphan Poulin

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Ste-Catherine street // www.tourisme-montreal.org
Ste-Catherine street

The most famous commercial street in Montreal runs along 11 kilometers, making it one of the longest in Canada. Restaurants, boutiques, coffeshops, concert hall, bars, you'll find anything your looking for. With over 750 stores, a total of 1200 commerces , 9 metro stations and pedestrian sections during summertime, Ste-Catherine is a must see for anyone visitng Montreal.

Photo credit : © Tourisme Montréal, Pierre-Luc Dufour

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Bonsecours Market // www.marchebonsecours.qc.ca
Bonsecours Market

One of the most bueatiful patimonial building in Canada, it is home of the Arts and crafts council. The Bonsecours market is loacated in the Old-Montreal and host over 15 boutiques of local artisans. Jewelery, furnitures, designer clothes and more are offers on site. A mandatory stop during your visit of Old Montreal.

Photo credit : © www.old.montreal.qc.ca, le photographe masqué

11 min
11 min
2 min
Bota Bota // botabota.ca
Bota Bota

Located in the Old Port, this spa is built in an old ferry that used to shuttle between orel and Berthier in the fifties. It offers a unique atmosphere for relaxation.

Photo credit : © Mathieu Labelle

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15 min
5 min
Scandinave Spa Old-MOntreal // www.scandinave.com/en/montreal/
Scandinave Spa Old-MOntreal

Located in the heart of the Old Montreal, Scandinave spa is built in a former maritime warehouse, facing the Old Port. A real haven of peace and quiet, flooded with daylight will allow you to live a relaxing moment.

Photo Credit : © Scandinave Les Bains Vieux-Montréal

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Montreal Museum of Fine Arts // www.mbam.qc.ca/en/
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

With its unique encyclopedic collection, artistic exhibits, and visual arts showcase, the Montreal Fine Arts museum welcomes more than 770 000 visitors every year. Masterpieces from here and abroad, including paintings, scupltpures, graphical arts, photos and decorative arts are shocased accross several wings for hours of admiration.

Photo credit : © Tourisme Montréal, Stéphan Poulin

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Chateau Ramezay // www.chateauramezay.qc.ca
Chateau Ramezay

Anicent residence of the colony's governor in the 1700's, the Ramezay castle changed vocation several time accross the centuries, making it a unique historical site.

Photo credit : © Château Ramezay – Historic Site and Museum of Montréal, Michel Pineault

 

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Pointe-À-Callière Museum // www.pacmusee.com
Pointe-À-Callière Museum

Pointe-à-Callière Museum is Montreal's archeological museum and an excavation site itself and spreaded accross 6 different buildings. It covers Montreal history, from the amerindian to comtemporarty periods.

Photo credit : © Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Museum of Archaeology and History

 

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Musée Stewart // www.stewart-museum.org
Musée Stewart

Located on Ste-Helen Island, this old military fort during the colony now hosts the Stewart museum. Its exhibit of objects dating fro the colony, including maps, compass and astrolabs that lead first exploreres to north America's shore. A collection of over 9000 daily life objetcs and 3000 art pieces is displayed in this museum.

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Grévin Museum Montreal // www.grevin-montreal.com
Grévin Museum Montreal

The first "antenna" of world famous Paris Grevin museum opened its doors in Montreal. It displays over 120 was statues of local and inernational celebrities.

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Notre-Dame Basilica // www.basiliquenddm.org/en/
Notre-Dame Basilica

Notre-Dame Basilica will fascinate you with its neogotic architecture. The basilia offers guided and individual tours to let you learn about its history. It also presents exhibitions and occasional concerts.

Photo Credit : © Michael Vesia

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5 min
Saint-Joseph Oratory // www.saint-joseph.org/en/
Saint-Joseph Oratory

The largest church in Canada and the third largest dome in the world. Considered one of the most iportant pilgrimage site in North America, the St-Joseph Oratory culmit at 283 meters above the sea level, making it the highest building in Montreal. Of the 283 steps to climb form Queen Mary road, 99 wooden steps are reserved for the pilgrims who wish to climb on their needs to seek absolution or answer to their prayers.

Photo credit : © Canadian Tourism Commission, Pierre St-Jacques

 

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13 min
Mont-Royal Park // www1.ville.montreal.qc.ca/siteofficieldumontroyal/
Mont-Royal Park

From the same architect who designed entral park in New York, the Mount Royal is a must see when visiting Montreal. In summer and winter alike, you can climb to its panoramic viewpoint to have magnificent views on the city.

Photo credit : © Tourisme Montréal, Stéphan Poulin

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Lafontaine Park // www.montreal.com/parks/lafontaine.html
Lafontaine Park

40 hectare or nature in the heart of the city! This park is a favourite amongst Montrealers during summer. Its the perfact gathering place for a summer afternoon amongst friends.

Photo credit : © Tourisme Montréal

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