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Attractions in Montreal

Basílica Notre-Dame de Montreal
Built between 1824 and 1829 and visited by nearly one million people each year, Notre Dame Basilica is an active place of worship and an iconic heritage building.
Place d'Armes
Sitting in the heart of historic Montréal, this picturesque plaza is surrounded by some of Montreal’s most notable architectural landmarks.
Bonsecours Market
The restored 1847 marketplace has become a tourist and cultural attraction in the heart of Old Montreal.
Clock Tower
The Montreal Clock Tower, also known as the Sailor's Memorial Clock, is located in the Old Port of Montreal since 1922.
Stretching for 20 miles and located right under the streets of Montreal, the Underground City is a gigantic network that links shops, offices, banks, restaurants, bus terminals & metro stations.
Scan & Axe Mural
On the corner of Boulevard Saint-Laurent & Rue Saint-Chutbert.
Leonard Cohen Mural
Leonard Cohen was immortalized by Kevin Ledo on a 9-storey building’s wall.
Old Port of Montreal
The Old Port is part of the historic district of Old Montréal and offers activities at any time of year.
La Grande Roue de Montréal
The Ferris wheel was built at the Old Port of Montreal for the 375th anniversary of the city.
Mary Queen of the World Cathedral
It is a 19th-century cathedral and a one-fifth-scale model of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.
Plateau Mont Royal
Trendy neighbourhood with a vibrant artistic scene.


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