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10 Must-Visit Attractions of Montreal  

The Canadian city of Montreal attracts visitors from all over the world with its historical and cultural attractions. This beautiful city is located in the province of Quebec. It is Canada’s second-largest city.  Located at the confluence of the Ottawa and St. Lawrence Rivers, Montreal is filled with many exciting things to see and do.  Here are ten must-visit attractions you should be sure to add to your travel itinerary. 

Old Montreal

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Montreal In Its Early Days

You’ll definitely want to take in as much as you can of Old Montreal. This neighborhood has many individual attractions that you should try to visit if you have the time.  With its singular architecture, landmarks, and restaurants, Old Montreal is a must-see attraction for travelers. 


Bonsecours Market

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Bonsecours market

Bonsecours Market has been a popular public market and meeting place for more than 100 years. With its great variey shops, cafes, and restaurants, the market is a must-visit attraction. Visitors can pick up souvenirs, enjoy a taste of the city’s finest cuisine, and people watch. A National Historic Site of Canada, the market is a major tourist destination you don’t want to miss. 


Notre-Dame Basilica

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Notre Dame Basilica

The Notre-Dame Basilica was complete in 1829, and is located in Old Montreal. With its Gothic-Revival architecture, the basilica attracts many sightseers interested in the stained glass windows and architectural beauty. The church is well-known for its Christmas celebrations, and is a popular destination for visitors who belong to the Roman Catholic faith. 



Montreal Botanical Gardens

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With its ten thematic green houses, Montreal’s Botanical Gardens is an enchanting place to stroll and enjoy the beauty of the landscape.  Enjoy the quietude of the Zen Garden or wander through the fragrant roses. Not into gardening? Don’t worry. You don’t have to be a gardening enthusiast to enjoy the many beautiful scenes of this attraction. 


Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

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Montreal museum of fine arts

Regarded as one of the finest art museums in Canada, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts will not disappoint you with its collections. The museum is celebrated for its permanent and temporary exhibitions, featuring works by such masters as Rembrandt and Cezanne.  If you care about art, don’t miss the chance to visit this historic destination.  


Greek Town

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Montreal has a vibrant Greek community. Although French is the official language of the city, the wonderful Greek restaurants and authentic food will quickly lure you into Greek Town. Here you will find the best of all things Greek. The Hellenic Cultural Centre is a great place to visit if you want to find out more about particular events that celebrate the city’s Greek culture.  


Parc du Mont-Royal

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Parc-du-mont Royal

If you’re interested in a budget-friendly attraction, Montreal’s Parc du Mont-Royal is free to visit and perfectly lovely no matter the season.  The park is a great place to walk, jog, or just enjoy the sunshine.  During the warm season, there are many exciting festivals and events that take place in this beautiful setting, so be sure to check it out.


Old Port of Montreal

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Old Port Of Montreal

Dating back to 1611, the Port of Montreal is situated along the St. Lawrence River. In centuries gone by, it was a stop for fur traders on their way to market. The port is currently a popular tourist hub where visitors can choose among many cafes offering great views of the river. 



Rue St. Paul

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Rue St.Paul,Montreal

When visiting Montreal, be sure to stroll along Rue St. Paul to enjoy its sights and landmarks.  Regarded as one of the most attractive and picturesque streets in Montreal, Rue St. Paul is the perfect place to have lunch or get out your camera for some photographic souvenirs.



Bell Centre

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Bell Centre, Montreal

If you’re in town during hockey season, don’t miss seeing a hockey game and root on tat the Bell Centre. Take the opportunity to see some of the finest hockey in the world, and cheer the Montreal Canadiens to victory.  The Bell Centre is known for hosting many exciting sporting events and lively fans, so even if there’s no game when you stop by, it’s worth a visit.



In conclusion, When visiting Montreal, be sure to keep these memorable attractions in mind. They’ll complement your travel experience in a myriad of ways.

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