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Old Port of Montreal, Montreal

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Redeveloped in the 1990s, Old Port of Montreal is now a popular gathering spot and recreational area that offers visitors a range of activities. Visit the historic port, used as early as the beginning of the 17th century, and take a relaxing walk along the St. Lawrence River. Admire the famous Clock Tower, a landmark of Montreal, and climb to the top to take in the panoramic vista. You can visit the beach next to the tower and have a picnic or rent a paddleboat, visit the science center, or just hang out at a cafe and enjoy the scenic port views. Old Port of Montreal is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , world travel planner Edition.
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  • .. whereas on a frigid January, there were no stalls - even at the weekend (bar one hardy soul) . The wheel was in operation but unappealing due to the cold. Some nice decorations lights were to be....  more
    .. whereas on a frigid January, there were no stalls - even at the weekend (bar one hardy soul) . The wheel was in operation but unappealing due to the cold. Some nice decorations lights were to be....  more »
  • As you walk along the river, you will find some historic marks that explain the area and what was once here. This part of the port still serves the cruise and tourism industry. There are things to.....  more
    As you walk along the river, you will find some historic marks that explain the area and what was once here. This part of the port still serves the cruise and tourism industry. There are things to.....  more »
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  • Amazing place to visit if you live in Montreal or just visiting. Old Montreal buildings and modern city activities make this place unique. Fancy restaurants, street food and fun things to do. Only 2 reasons why I gave it 4 stars is: No parking if you are not willing to pay a lot or find free spots. Overall prices for activities are way to expensive. Make sure to have at least 100$ per person to enjoy little things here and there.
  • An iconic part of town, a must visit if you are coming to Montreal, we didn't eat during visit but expect same quality and pricing for any downtown restaurants, many restaurantshave their menus outside to make it easy, both English and French. Recommend you plan your visit there things for both kids and adults. The sky wheel adds an extra view of the town but at 30$ adults can be much. Parking in the area is moderate about 22$ for all day. Great shops and walking path to get that perfect euro style pictures. A gem away from euro and a piece of Canadian french heritage. There are other things to do in Montréal this is just one of the many things you can do. Enjoy.

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