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by Alan Hustak

Download Exploring Old Montreal: An Opinionated Guide to the Streets, Churches, and Historic Landmarks of the Old City (Walking Tours of Montreal) ePub
  • ISBN 1550651846
  • ISBN13 978-1550651843
  • Language English
  • Author Alan Hustak
  • Publisher Véhicule Press; Revised & Expand edition (September 1, 2004)
  • Pages 120
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  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Transportation
  • Size ePub 1123 kb
  • Size Fb2 1713 kb
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The history held within the narrow, twisted streets of Montreal is disclosed in this compact, inexpensive guidebook for the adventurous traveler on the churches, streets, and public squares that were home to many of the first explorers of North America. From the spires of the Notre Dame Basilica to the historic Place Royale, essential tourist sites and stopovers are profiled with specific information on activities for families and seasonal events.

Exploring Old Montreal book. These guides to the vibrant neighborhoods of Montreal provide the traveler or newcomer with a native's perspective.

Exploring Old Montreal book. Each concentrates on a specific area of the city and provides maps, an index of local restaurants and bars, plus relevant web sites. The guides are inexpensive and compact, with updates posted regularly on a web site.

Old Montreal is the classic city, defined by the silver dome of the Bonsecours Market to the east, the spires of Notre-Dame . The area is a compact 90 acres, a cradle of history webbed with skinny streets

Old Montreal is the classic city, defined by the silver dome of the Bonsecours Market to the east, the spires of Notre-Dame Basilica in the centre, and the historic Place Royale and Pointe-à-Callières to the west. The area is a compact 90 acres, a cradle of history webbed with skinny streets. Alan Hustak takes us down the same narrow, twisted streets that once were home to the great explorers of our continent. As a resident of Old Montreal he provides the adventurous traveller with an opinionated insider's guide to its historic churches, streets and public squares. Exploring Old Montreal.

From the spires of the Notre Dame Basilica to the historic Place Royale.

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A Perfect Walking Tour of Montreal, Canada Old Montreal & the St. Lawrence River. Explore some of the side streets to get a sense of the architectural and cultural elements that make this area unique.

A Perfect Walking Tour of Montreal, Canada. Start in the heart of Montreal’s historic district, in front of one of its most iconic buildings. Notre Dame is a Gothic Revival basilica whose foundations date back to 1672, with the region’s French Catholic origins. Old Montreal & the St. From the Basilica, start walking east to continue exploring the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal.

Old Montreal (Vieux Montreal) - location, map and directions, history, attractions, information, photos and . When walking down the streets of Old Montreal you can very easily see the architectural influences on the buildings from the different time periods

Old Montreal (Vieux Montreal) - location, map and directions, history, attractions, information, photos and video - everything you need to know. When walking down the streets of Old Montreal you can very easily see the architectural influences on the buildings from the different time periods. The oldest building in Montreal is the Old Sulpician Seminary. The seminary, which still stands, was built in 1685 and was home to the Sulpicians, responsible for building Montreal's first parish. The Basilica of Notre-Dame is another example of architectural differences within the Old Montreal.

Visit Montreal’s historic centerpiece on this guided walking tour of Old . Walking tour of Old Montreal with a knowledgeable local guide. Choose to explore the east or west side of Old Montreal on a short tour, or select both the east and west sides on an extended adventure.

Visit Montreal’s historic centerpiece on this guided walking tour of Old Montreal. Discover the history, heritage, architecture and culture in this, the oldest area of the city of Montreal, dating back to New France. Choose between a shorter tour around either the east or west sides of Old Montreal or a longer tour around both. See Notre-Dame Basilica, City Hall, Bonsecours Market and more.

Meet the guide and the rest of the tour group at a central meeting point in Old Montreal to explore the historic .

Meet the guide and the rest of the tour group at a central meeting point in Old Montreal to explore the historic centerpiece of this largest city in Quebec. Visit the top attractions in both the east and west parts of Old Montreal on this walking tour. Learn about this city’s rich history, French heritage, architecture, and culture while roaming the maze of narrow streets like Saint-Jacques (the former Wall Street of Canada), Saint Paul, Notre-Dame, and Rue de la Commune-plus a few hidden courtyards.

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Old Montréal attraction travel guidebook, Montreal must-visit attractions. Every year, more than one million jazz fans flock to the city to listen to the performances of more than a thousand orchestras.

A Walking Tour of Old Montreal, which covers all of the major highlights in the area, includes free admission to the basilica. These tours, offered from spring until fall, are a great way to see the sights and learn the history. Options include . or three-hour tours

A Walking Tour of Old Montreal, which covers all of the major highlights in the area, includes free admission to the basilica. or three-hour tours. Address: 110 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, Quebec.