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  • Notre-Dame, Montreal

    Designed by New York architect James O’Donnell, the Gothic Revival-style Notre-Dame Basilica faces Place d'Armes in Old Montreal. Although complete... More
  • Old Montreal Ghost Walking Tours

    Set in the often-narrow streets of Old Montreal, said to be some of Canada’s most haunted, these English- and French-language walking tours highlig... More
  • Old Shep

    Tour Lake Massawippi with guide Capitan Ross on his 1957 mahogany boat. More
  • Olympic Park, Montreal

    Site of the 1976 Summer Olympics, this complex of hulking concrete buildings—and former home of the Montreal Expos (now used for concerts and event... More
  • Olympic Rowing Basin

    Olympic Pedigree: Home to rowing events in the 1976 Games, and one of the largest artificial outdoor rowing facilities in North America.   Be an Ol... More
  • Outremont

    At the city’s north end, Outremont is home to the city’s tony Francophones, and its main drag, Avenue Laurier Ouest, is one of Montreal’s main shop... More
  • Parc du Mont-Royal

    After exploring Old Montreal, save time for a walk through Frederick Law Olmsted’s wooded and sprawling, 470-odd-acre Mont-Royal Park, which spans ... More
  • Parc Linéaire Le P'tit Train du Nord

    Raft challenging white-water rapids on the Rivière-Rouge or cycle (or cross-country ski in the winter) along part of the 143-mile Parc Lineaire Le ... More
  • Parc National du Mont-Tremblant

    Quebec’s largest national park is perfect for swimming and the new rock climbing–like “via ferrata” (ropes, ladder rungs, footholds). More
  • Patinoire de la Place d'Youville

    The skating rink at Place d'Youville, in windswept Upper Town, is always packed. More
  • Patinoire du Bassin Bonsecours

    Between Jacques-Cartier and Clock Tower quays in the Old Port, the Patinoire du Bassin Bonsecours is a scenic outdoor skating rink along the St. La... More
  • Philippe Dubuc

    Dubuc made his name with his super-sleek men’s wear collections (in a palette that rarely strays far from black, gray, slate, or beige). At his fla... More
  • Plains of Abraham

    The Plains of Abraham is one of Canada’s most scenic monuments, as well as hallowed ground for French and British soldiers who fought and died ther... More
  • Plateau Mont-Royal

    Known as the Plateau, this hip, vibrant, edgy community is Montreal’s answer to Manhattan’s Greenwich Village and Lower East Side. Boulevard Saint-... More
  • Point St. Charles

    This traditionally working-class western suburb has several surviving historic sights, including the lovely Maison Saint-Gabriel. More

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