• Chinatown

    Sandwiched between Downtown and the Old City is bustling Chinatown. The center of the action is at the intersection... Read More
  • Lachine

    If you want to work up an appetite for lunch—or just get some exercise—rent a bike on rue de la Commune, in Old... Read More
  • The Islands

    The two islands just east of the city in the St. Lawrence River—Île Ste-Hélène, formed by nature, and Île Notre-Dame,... Read More
  • Rosemont

    The neighborhood of Rosemont is just east of the Plateau.... Read More
  • Outremont

    The gentrification of the Plateau has pushed up rents and driven students, immigrant families, and single young... Read More
  • Little Italy

    Farther north is Little Italy, which is still home base to Montréal's sizable Italian community of nearly a quarter... Read More
  • The Latin Quarter

    The Latin Quarter (Quartier Latin), just south of the Plateau, has been a center of student life since the 18th... Read More
  • Old Montreal (Vieux-Montreal)

    Old Montréal, which was once enclosed by thick stone walls, is the oldest part of the city. It runs roughly from... Read More
  • Parc du Mont-Royal

    In geological terms, Mont-Royal is just a bump of basaltlike rock worn down by several ice ages to a mere 760 feet.... Read More
  • Town of Mount-Royal (TMR)

    The Town of Mount Royal, was long a primarily English-speaking, and for the most part upscale, residential area,... Read More
  • Mile End

    In recent years Mile End has become one of the hippest neighborhoods in town, and it starts buzzing the moment... Read More
  • The Village

    Often called the Gay Village, this area is the center of one of the most vibrant gay communities in the world,... Read More
  • Cote-des-Neiges

    Not too many tourists venture north and east of Parc du Mont-Royal but the primarily residential neighborhoods... Read More
  • The Plateau

    Plateau Mont-Royal—or simply the Plateau as it's more commonly called these days—is still home to a strong Portuguese... Read More
  • Westmount

    One of the more affluent and Anglophone residential neighborhoods in bilingual Montréal, Westmount has lovely parks... Read More
  • Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

    The neighborhood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve is one of the best spots to go if you're craving green space, plus it... Read More
  • Downtown and the Golden Square Mile

    The heart of Downtown—with department stores, boutiques, bars, restaurants, strip clubs, amusement arcades, theaters,... Read More