Lying between the St Lawrence River and the commercial skyscrapers of downtown Montreal, and dating back to the early 17th Century, Old Montreal is among the oldest urban areas in North America. It's a very walkable part of town, once surrounded by the city walls, and the whole area can be explored quite easily on foot.
You can stroll down narrow, winding cobbled streets, taking in the historic buildings around you, dating from all periods from 1642 onwards. Elegant colonial-era mansions jostle with grand municipal buildings, and 21st century galleries co-exist with archaeological sites in this compact treasure-house of heritage.
A high-end restaurant that emphasizes the French roots of the Province of Quebec. The menu includes... Read more