This huge complex is the centre of Montreal's large-scale culture. The buildings themselves are a striking landmark in the ... More
Place des Arts
This huge complex is the centre of Montreal's large-scale culture. The buildings themselves are a striking landmark in the Latin Quarter, while their various concert halls and theatres are home to the Opera de Montreal, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and other local companies. The entire complex is linked to the Underground City. The individual halls are the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Theâtre Maisonneuve, Theâtre Jean-Duceppe, Studio-theâtre and Le Cinquième Salle. Tickets for all events are available through the Admission network (+1 514 790 1245).
In a town renowned for its terrace restaurants, this long established eatery is right up there with the best—so much
so that there's usually a line up for tables, especially on pleasant days. The menu includes many standard Mediterranean ...
This square is named after the Dominican convent that stood on the Presqu'ile in the 13th century, until it was
destroyed during the Revolution. The end of the 18th century was not a good time to be a monk ...
Its current moniker is the result of an ill conceived attempt to revamp this decades old tavern; for most it
will always be the Brasserie des Pins. With orange Formica tables, free peanuts, video gambling terminals and cheap pitchers ...