Old Port of Montreal
357 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
If you like the outdoors, there are some lovely walks around the Old port of Montreal. Walk along the water and enjoy all sorts of different activities such as kayaking, rafting, biking, zip lining etc. Great restaurants and art exhibits all along the Old Port, Imax theatre on the water, a must see!…
Lots of nice place to visit in Old Port Montréal, and so many activities to enjoy, sure that will vary depend on each season!
Beautiful area, full of history. A perfect mix between old fashion and modernity
Dating back to 1830, the Old Port of Montreal offers a unique historical adventure through it's cobblestone streets. You'll also find some great restaurants for an authentic french gastronomy experience. Distance: 8 miles / 13 km Time: 10-15 minutes by car
A day's walk in this area is where I would start my first visit in Montreal. Lots of activities and things to see.
There is always fun activities going on in the old port and is a popular tourist destination.
The Vibrant Hearbeat Of Montreal. The Ideal Outing For The Whole Family. Enjoy Activities And Events For Every Taste With Your Family. Activities. Touristic Attractions. Restaurants & Boutiques.
Old Port of Montreal by Airbnb Experiences
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“This church in the heart of old Montreal is a jewel of Quebec Heritage . Oh and also homegirl Celine Dion got married here! I would recommend you walk down the cross street St Sulpice to SSENSE cafe ( 5th floor ) for a UNIQUE coffee shop designed by renowned architect David Chipperfield or walk a little further down to hotel William gray for a meal or a classic Italian coffee shop now also running through them called Olympico. ”
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“The Old sport of Montreal is a “must see” for any tourist. The combination of French and English, the architecture, and the incredible fine dining. Don’t forget our theatres (The Saidye Bronfman Centre), our museums, and of course our world renowned fine dining. ”
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