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About Montreal
Montreal is a city in the province of Quebec in Canada.

Notre-Dame Basilica is Montreal's oldest Catholic church, built in 1656. It is known for its intricately designed interior, which includes stained glass chronicling the history of the city.

For a great view over the city, climb up Mont Royal, a popular walking and recreation spot.

Montreal Botanical Gardens near Olympic Park, contains over 20,000 different plant species in 31 specialized gardens, including the largest Chinese Garden outside Asia and a Japanese Garden with a bonsai collection.

Old Montreal (Vieux-Montreal) is a beautiful, well-preserved vibrant "old town". It was home to the city's first European settlers, who arrived in the mid 17th century. Many of the homes and buildings have been restored and there are many boutiques and sidewalk cafes. The Place Jacques-Cartier, a pedestrian mall, is centre of the action.

Rue Sherbrooke is known for its designer boutiques and gourmet restaurants and boulevard St-Laurent, where shops, galleries and restaurants offer a more multi-cultural atmosphere.

Montreal's Underground City, is a set of interconnected complexes (both above and below ground) in and around the downtown area. It is one of the largest underground complexes in the world featuring shopping malls, hotels, banks, offices, museums, universities, metro stations and the Bell Centre amphitheatre and arena. There are more than 120 exterior access points to the underground city.

Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, a neighbourhood in eastern Montreal played host to the 1976 Summer Olympics, and you can still tour the massive Olympic Stadium.

The Biodome is part zoo, part environmental museum, where you'll see animals and plants in four recreated habitats.

Vieux Port is one of Montreal's best-loved recreation spots, good for strolling and people watching.

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts houses masterpieces from 19th century European to Native American and Inuit artefacts.

Dining options include fine French cuisine (beef tartare), seafood dishes (lobster salad) and Mediterranean dishes can all be found in the city.
Cruise Terminal
Cruise ships dock at the Iberville Passenger Terminal, within walking distance of Old Montreal, the city's charming historic district.

Taxis line up at the dock area.

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