Cours Le Royer
This narrow cobblestone street, the oldest in Montréal, was once a dirt road packed tight by horses laden with goods bound for the Old...
Montréal's famous landmark, Notre-Dame Basilica, is a visually pleasing if slightly gaudy symphony of carved wood, paintings, gilded...
This brightly painted ‘amphibus’ tootles around Old Montréal before plunging into the St Lawrence for a cruise along the waterfront
A major stop for local scenesters rotating between watering holes in the old city, Philémon was carved out of stone, brick and wood with...
Café Santé Veritas
Serving coffee brewed from beans from Vancouver’s 49th Parallel Roasters, this bright little cafe and snack spot whips up excellent...
Cours Le Royer information
Montréal’s first hospital was founded on this narrow lane by Jeanne Mance in 1644. Later a huge commercial complex was built here, leaving several beautiful 19th-century warehouses behind. The buildings caught the eyes of developers in the 1970s and were converted into apartments and offices. Today the buildings line this quiet pedestrian mall pocked with lush greenery.