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Montreal is in Quebec, Canada.


Quartier International de Montreal The International Quarter is a modern urban centre, linking Old Montreal with the city's business district. Here visitors will find the convention centre Palais des Congres, the stock exchange tower and various sculptures and fountains in its streets and plazas. Address: Downtown Montreal QC Canada

The Plateau The Plateau is a trendy neighbourhood showcasing a mix of cultures with several restaurants, boutiques and shops. Address: Downtown Montreal QC Canada

Montreal's Chinatown Montreal's Chinatown is a vibrant district filled with Asian specialty shops and restaurants. Address: Corner of Saint-Laurent Blvd. and de La Gauchetière Street Montreal QC Canada

Montreal's Underground City Located beneath Montreal's downtown streets is the massive underground complex known as the Underground City. Composed of 33 km (20 mi) of passageways, the Underground City offers several services and links including, restaurants, shopping malls, metro stations, hotels, office buildings, museums, banks and more. Address: . Montreal QC Canada Ile Sainte-Helene An island in the St. Lawrence River, Ile Sainte-Helene (Saint Helen's Island in English) is situated in the city of Montreal. The island is home to the biosphere, La Ronde and the Stewart Museum. The annual fireworks competition is also held on this island, which makes up part of Jean Drapeau park with Ile Notre-Dame. Address: . Montreal Quebec CAN

Vieux Montreal Vieux Montreal, the city's Old Town, dates to the 1600s and is made up of several historic districts. Located on the southeastern side of the city on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, cobblestone streets are lined with architectural landmarks such as the Basilique Notre Dame and centuries-old buildings, many of them now home to stylish cafes and trendy boutiques. Address: Old Town Montreal Quebec CAN


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Looking for an affordable place to sleep? [Montreal Hotel] that is conveniently located on the elegant tree-lined Sherbrooke street in downtown Montreal, next to the Sherbrooke subway station. It is readily accessible to all major dining, entertaining, business and convention center in Montreal. Comfortable rooms and quality multi-lingual services are highly recommended by the reputable Fodor's Montreal CityPack, Mobil Travel Guide as "an unusually good value, relatively inexpensive". The world renowned Rough Guide Travel comments Hôtel La Résidence du Voyageur as "an excellent value, immaculately clean... breakfast included". It is truly an ideal cozy hotel in Montreal for all budget-minded travellers.


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