Rue Ste-Catherine Ouest
montreal's biggest tour operator offers a passel of circuits on comfortable pseudo-trolleys. The montreal tram tour lasts three hours...
Constructed of polyester resin, Raymond Mason’s sculpture of 65 people is one of Montréal’s most photographed pieces of public art. The...
Known for its rotating rooftop beacon that illuminates downtown at night, the 42-story Place Ville-Marie tower marked the beginning of...
Cinéma Banque Scotia Montréal
This entertainment monstrosity features crowds darting through junk-food kiosks amid a riot of flashing lights and booming sounds to get...
One of Montréal’s oldest smoked-meat institutions, with satisfying sandwiches slapped down on wax paper and served in baskets piled with...
Rue Ste-Catherine Ouest information
Lively Rue Ste-Catherine Ouest is one endless orgy of shops, restaurants, bars and cafes on the hyperactive stretch between Rue Crescent and Rue St-Urbain. Shopping malls, department stores and multiplex cinemas are sprinkled along the way. Shoppers flood the streets on weekends, slowing pedestrian traffic to a mere shuffle.