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Best things to do in Montreal

Farmers Market
“Very popular with montrealers, farmers market with lots of great fresh food, but nearby you can fine craft bear, sausages, little italy”
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Park
“You can stop at the bar/restaurant called l'Espace Lafontaine in the middle of the park.”
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Kunstmuseum
“check the website to see what the current show is. Museum is actually 4 buildings so they have a large permanent exhibit, canadian exhibit is an entire building and worth seeing. Expect to pay about $20 per person. temporary exhibits tend to be quite good!”
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Poutine-Restaurant
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“It has become oddly de rigueur to knock the city's doyen 24/7 poutinerie — and while the prices are slightly elevated perhaps due to the masses that flock there, it's still very good. Tourists, take note — your Montreal experience can be completed by grabbing fries and curds from many other places on this map instead of Banquise, too.”
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Park
“Botanical gardens. Might be a bit hot in Mid-July... check the website as you might get a discount buying a ticket that includes Planetarium etc.”
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Einkaufszentrum
“Downtown shopping mall. Best to go by public transportation since parking can be difficult.”
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Markt
“Fun place to get fresh fruit and veggies, cheese, meat. Great food court, check out the pizza place and the cheese place!”
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Restaurant
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“Local restaurant that has been here in Montreal for many years! Known for Montreal Smoked Meat sandwhiches and steaks. Very easy walk from my door. ”
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Nachbarschaft
“The Old Port is a very historic area. Cute cobbled streets, old buildings, a circus, and tons to see and do. Worth a visit for sure. ”
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Mountain
“Take a hike up Mont Royal and tackle the city's namesake for stunning views of downtown Montreal and the surrounding urban areas. All year around. Access via Parc Mont-Royal. Montez jusqu'au sommet du Mont-Royal pour admirer une magnifique vue sur le centre-ville de Montréal et les environs. 4 saisons. Accès via Parc Mont-Royal.”
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Zoo
“Originally the site of cycling and judo events during the 1976 Summer Olympics, Montreal’s Biodome houses four distinct ecosystems: a polar environment; a tropical rainforest, a Laurentian forest, and the St. Lawrence marine system. Here, you can explore over 4,500 animals from around the world, including 500 plant species, all under one roof. Along with the Botanical Garden, the Montreal Insectarium, and the Planetarium, the Biodome is part of the biggest natural science museum complex in Canada, under the umbrella of Space for Life.”
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Historische Stätte
“There are so many things to do in Old Montreal and so many sights to see that it can be hard for neophytes to know which way to go; with its cobblestone streets filled with history and its European sophistication, the area is definitely a crowd-pleaser!”
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Denkmal/Wahrzeichen
“Free The most beautiful view of Montreal! Huge park well sported a lot of clean greenery! You will be able to see the squirrels show as in all Montreal! Great for a family picnic or sunbathing”
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Schaubühne
“plaza with several concert halls, outdoor sculptures/art, and underground malls”
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Kirche
“Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal, located in Montreal’s Westmount neighborhood, is Canada’s largest church and a registered National Historic Site. Started as a small chapel in 1904, the Roman Catholic basilica has grown to contain a cryptic church, a museum, gardens, a 56-bell carillon, and one of the largest church domes in the world.”
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Stadium
“A family-friendly destination known for its nature museums, open-air events, and winter activities. There you can: Ascend the Montreal Tower Swim in the Olympic Pools ”
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