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Ignore the tourist gimcracks and revel in the cobblestone streets, fine restaurants, museums and street performers of this historic waterfront area.
Great cities need great museums, and Montréal has one at this downtown site, home to works by Cezanne, Picasso, Goya, El Greco, Monet and Renoir.
Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, Parc du Mont-Royal offers expansive green space for year-round recreation and wonderful hilltop vistas of the city.
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Beautiful stained glass highlights the ornate interior of this church in Old Montréal. An evening multimedia show illustrates the city’s origins.
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With 22,000 plant species spread over 185 acres and 10 greenhouses, this superb site includes Japanese, alpine and aquatic gardens, and an arboretum.
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Set in a converted bicycle-racing arena, Montréal Biodome is home to 4,500 animal and 500 plant species representing four ecosystems of the Americas.
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