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The City of Saints
The first day in Montreal should start with a visit to the peak of Mont-Royal, the enduring symbol of Montreal. Next walk To the avenue des Pins and then through McGill University to downtown. Then the Latin Quarter the hippest part of the city. In the evening, try one of the many clubs in downtown. (At any point, feel free to do some shopping)
An early start will ensure a full day of seeing Montreal. Old Montreal along the banks of the St. Lawrence River has some of Canada's finest historical museums, and buildings. The Basilique Notre-Dame-de-Montreal built in 1824 stands out as one of the top attractions for Montreal. The Musee d'Archeologie Pointe-a-Calliere, the birthplace of Montreal. The Musee d'Archeologie Pointe-a-Calliere, opened in 1992 to protect and display the artifacts from Montreal's beginnings. Although a sightseeing, tour is a great way to this lovely city. The evening is your choices why not come back for the clubs that are in Old Montreal.
Spend your last day in town visiting either visit the Parc Olympique, or Montreal's underground city around 30 kilometers in size there are five sections in the underground city. With shopping restaurants, arcades, and more. Montreal's underground city is the largest in the world. The last day treat yourself and check out club Altitude 737 A bar-disco-dining on the top three floors of the tallest building in Montreal. In the heart of the downtown with a spectacular view of the city. call for information 514- 397- 0737