BUDGET FRIENDLY FUN
Climb the Mount Royal Summit
Mount Royal is a beautiful park in Montreal. If you're up for a hike, the Mount Royal Summit is one of the tallest areas in Montreal and provides stunning views of the city.
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Explore Old Montreal
This is the oldest place in Montreal with some of the buildings dating back to the 17th century when it was a place of French settlement. Today it is full of old French Restaurants, museums, and attractions. Don't forget to walk the riverfront and the Old Port!
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The Old Port
The Old Port is located in Old Montreal. It stretches along the St. Lawrence River and runs for over 2km. It has plenty of activities, water sports, attractions, and events.
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Quartier des Spectacles
If one enjoys events and festivities, Quartier des Spectacles is the place to go. Cultural activities take place daily, and the area is host to over 40 different yearly events.
Walk through the Underground City
Montreal has one of the largest underground cities in the World! The city has over 200 entrance points and includes a series of interconnected towers, shopping centers, complexes, halls, hotels, and more.
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Olympic Park is a district of Montreal that is now considered a landmark. It is known for its 1976 summer Olympics. The Park is home to the Montreal Tower, The Biodome, Botanical Garden, Insectarium, and a variety of other attractions.
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Free Walking Tours
Free Walking Tours are offered in Old Montreal. The tours run for over 2 hours, and operate on a tip-only basis. During the walk you will learn about the history of Montreal and visit popular landmarks. And the best part? You decide the price of your tour!