With a transformation that started with Expo '67, Montreal's Old Port area has gone from an eyesore to a spectacular ... More
Old Port of Montreal
With a transformation that started with Expo '67, Montreal's Old Port area has gone from an eyesore to a spectacular year-round playground for residents and tourists alike. Winter months are as active as the milder seasons (if not more so), and are marked by ice sculptures, skating and a living nativity scene. Tack on the IMAX Theatre and the iSci and it is easy to see why the Old Port draws millions. Most people come down via the Metro system but there is limited parking on site.
This museum and exhibition hall is dedicated to raising environmental and ecological awareness among its visitors. Housed in the world's
largest geodesic dome, which is one of few remaining structures from Expo '67, it offers four levels of guided ...
Notre Dame's twin towers have served as an Old Montreal landmark since the Neo Gothic basilica was finished in 1829.
Today they continue to be the focal point, where tourists disgorge from buses and calèche drivers line up for ...
The world's largest underground pedestrian network shelters Montrealers from both the scorching heat of summer and the frigid winter winds.
More than 30 kilometers of passageways link the stations of Montreal's metro and contain (at last count) 1600 boutiques, ...
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