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Boerenmarkt
“Walk around, taste local produce and discover a variety of international dishes. Good coffee, good bread and good restaurants for a fine dinning, casual brunch or friendly get-out. ”
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Park
“Summer, winter, spring or fall: no matter the season, picturesque Parc La Fontaine offers a respite from the urban hullabaloo with its charming landscape, flora and fauna, facilities and recreation possibilities. ”
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Art Museum
“Montreal's most renowned museum. Often have exhibitions of all sorts with notorious paintings and artwork.”
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Capitol Building
“Parliament Hill is one of Canada’s most iconic sites and a must-see when visiting Canada’s capital. The historic, neo-Gothic Parliament Buildings stand tall on a hill overlooking the majestic Ottawa River in downtown Ottawa. And although the buildings are home to the country’s federal government (Prime Minister Justin Trudeau works there), visitors are welcome on-site for free tours and programming all year-long. Whether you visit Parliament Hill for a selfie, for a tour, or to experience one of the many free events, you’ll never run out of things to discover!”
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Monument / Landmark
“Sprawling public park in the center of the city. Great spot for hiking, picnics, snowshoeing, tubing, and cycling. Summer months this is a popular spot for picnics. There are scenic lookout points worth discovering such as those by « Belvedere Kondiaronk ». ”
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Poutine-restaurant
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“The best poutine place in town, situated very close to Le Parc Lafontaine! A lot of choices, open 24/7, there is often a waiting line outside, but it worth it!”
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Shopping Mall
“The largest underground shopping center in North America starts with Montreal Eaton Center. Happy shopping!”
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Shopping Mall
“Near the parliament, you are walk-in distance to the Rideau center-our famous shopping mall. ”
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Buurt
“Take a stroll down along the waterfront, zipline across the harbour, mount the ferries wheel for breathtaking views over the city and the St-Laurent river or take a boatcruise. For relaxation, try the boat spa Bota-Bota and finish with a glass of wine in a fine dine restaurant in the area.”
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Market
“Atwater Market is a market hall located in the Saint-Henri area of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It opened in 1933. The interior market is home to many butchers and the Première Moisson bakery and restaurant”
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Park
“On its 75 hectares, the Jardin botanique de Montréal presents a remarkably diverse array of plants to visitors in all seasons. Explore its beauty through themed gardens and its 10 exhibition greenhouses.”
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History Museum
“A great trip for the whole family with many various exhibits. Learn all about Canada, Indigenous, and check out the neat architecture. The views are also stunning.”
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Restaurant
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“The best poutine place in town, situated very close to Le Parc Lafontaine! A lot of choices, open 24/7, there is often a waiting line outside, but it worth it!”
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Cadeauwinkel
“The National Gallery of Canada is home to the world's most comprehensive collection of Canadian art. Adjacent to the Byward Market district, the gallery is a modern architectural gem - a feast for the eyes from the outside and inside!”
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Mountain
“Take a hike up Mont Royal and tackle the city's namesake for stunning views of downtown Montreal and the surrounding urban areas. All year around. Access via Parc Mont-Royal. Montez jusqu'au sommet du Mont-Royal pour admirer une magnifique vue sur le centre-ville de Montréal et les environs. 4 saisons. Accès via Parc Mont-Royal.”
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Market
“ByWard Market is a buzzing hub of outdoor farmers’ market stalls and specialty food shops selling Canadian cheese and maple-infused chocolate. It’s also known for its colorful street art and hip stores filled with crafts and clothes by local designers. Nightlife encompasses rustic taverns, stylish gay bars, and patios galore! Found a five minute walk from Bella Notte B&B!”
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Toprestaurants

Poutine-restaurant
“The best poutine place in town, situated very close to Le Parc Lafontaine! A lot of choices, open 24/7, there is often a waiting line outside, but it worth it!”
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Restaurant
“The best poutine place in town, situated very close to Le Parc Lafontaine! A lot of choices, open 24/7, there is often a waiting line outside, but it worth it!”
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Beer Bar
“Best place for the avid beer-lover! If you like experimenting, this historical local brewery is the place to try!”
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Steakhouse
“Relaxed restaurant & bar serving steaks & seafood in a compact, old-school setting. **Best place to have meat in town. If you are a group, the tasting menu is a must have. Be aware of reservations.”
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Vegetarisch/veganistisch restaurant
“It is a great place for vegan food on-the-go (take-out counter) or for a nice meal with friends/family at the restaurant. They serve bowls of rice filled with veggies and amazing homemade dressings, sandwiches, soups and more. ”
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Ontbijtbar
“The most iconic montreal breakfast spot there is. Huge plates, delicious food, great service. Lines can be long but do move quick. Don't miss visiting the bathrooms as they are super unique!”
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Gastropub
“Not exactly a brewery. It's a pub. It's got a great collection of spirits, and they have the local beer Bierbrier. English and English-inspired food and a great atmosphere - basically I try not to go here very often because I never want it to become 'the corner bar' or too pedestrian, when it's really within 300 m of home. On football or other championship days, they'll open the screens for people to watch the games, but they decidedly are NOT a sports bar where the screens are tuned 24/7 to something that distracts you from your friends and the people around you.”
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Frans restaurant
“Chef Martin Picard’s hearty Québécois fare, starring foie gras & pork, served in a lively space.”
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