See And Do
The most famous aspect of shopping in Montreal is the Underground City. Officially called RÉSO or La Ville Souterraine, the “city” is a set of interconnected complexes above and below ground throughout downtown Montreal.
Montreal's Notre-Dame Basilica has nothing in common with Paris's except the name. The neogothic building dates from 1829
The Olympic Stadium was purpose built for Montreal's 1976 Olympics. As construction was well underway, a labour strike caused a major delay to the building of the tower and the Olympics began with a half-finished stadium.
Led by certified professionals - any of the guided tours on offer are sure to be informative and entertaining.
Montreal puts its green foot forward by offering cyclists more than 450 kilometres of bike paths to choose from.