Some of the touristy parts of Montreal are very distinct but do not reflect what Montreal is all about. In Montreal, people of mixed nationalities leave among each other in a chaotic flow of French, English, Spanish, Greek, Hebrew, Chinese to name just a few.
Amazing food and great little place are spread out and I want to show you some of the best places that you could miss out with a Lonely Planet. Throughout the loop, I will tell you more about the history with facts and anecdotes.
We'll meet at the beginning of Rue Saint-Laurent (The Main) and walk north crossing le Plateau Mont-Royal and heading to the Mile End. From Mile End we'll continue North and reach le Plateau-Extension and head East toward Villeray. In Villeray we walk to the South crossing quartier Rosemont and finishing the walk in the heart of le Plateau at the Lafontaine Park.
I am originally from Quebec City and after 10 years living abroad I am back home but this time in Beautiful Montreal. I made a point when I moved here to discover this new city the same way I do when I visit foreign cities. I spend my time at station C co-working, managing web projects, walking or biking around town or at home cooking good dishes. Full profile
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