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About this place
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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Tips from locals
Take a stroll down along the waterfront, zipline across the harbour, mount the ferries wheel for breathtaking views over the city and the St-Laurent river or take a boatcruise. For relaxation, try the boat spa Bota-Bota and finish with a glass of wine in a fine dine restaurant in the area.
A historic neighborhood that makes you feel as though you’ve been transported into another time. Narrow cobblestone streets, charming restaurants and cafés, multiple speakeasies, and landmarks such as Notre Dame Basilica.
The iconic neighborhood built in the late 1700s with cobblestone streets, iconic architecture unique in north america and everything from beautiful churches, fine dining, rooftop terraces for a sunset drink and organized walking tours.
History.Near the water. Street performances. Food. Vendors. Ice skating in the winter.
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