Ever since fur traders posted themselves here in 1611, this two kilometer stretch along the St. Lawrence River has been an economic and social focal point in Montreal. While it may be over 400 years old, the waterfront has been refurbished and maintained, transforming it into a diverse and attractive area conductive to a multitude of activities such as biking, Segway-ing, pleasure boating, and romantic walking. The Old Port is home to the Montreal Science Centre, a new urban beach opened up in 2012, and Cirque du Soleil performs at Jacques Cartier Quay.
Montreal Clock Tower
Maison Historique George-Etienne Cartier
Le Piano Rouge -- CLOSED
Fairfield by Marriott Montreal Downtown
The royal mountain, which was first dyed in autumn, met the fairy tale Ferris wheel in the sunset
arrived in Montreal,
autumn here also came.
, which has just been stained with autumn colors, has not been sliced with red maple leaves,
but mixed with greenish yellowish yellow,
has a unique gradient of unique charm.
Montreal Old Port is the representative and epitome of Old Montreal.
can be said to be one of Montreal must come.
The earliest port was the port where the Frenchman came to Canada when he came to Canada.
is now more than 350 years old.
Old Port Walk along the 2.5-kilometre-long quiet St. Lawrence River,
as if walking through history.
From time to time there are still locals running and running,
In such a quiet,
I can enjoy a period of my own time.
2Montreal Old Port Ferris Wheel
A few years ago, a Ferris wheel was built in the Old Port,
Address: 362 Rue de la Commune E
Take a walk to the old port of Montreal and see the market feel the city atmosphere
the old port used to be a leather goods and timber trading place, so there are many old buildings around, well preserved. In particular, this clock tower has a sense of time. The surrounding squares are slightly worn out but there is no shortage of tourists to add to their anger. From here, overlooking the Jacques-Cartie Bridge across the St. Lawrence River, plus the clear sky looks quite refreshing.
But now it doesn't have the features of the early years, but it is a good place to entertain. You can take a walk, ride, roller skating and jet yacht here. If you want to visit the sights, you can go to the Montreal Science Center and the white ancient clock tower built to commemorate the fallen sailors in World War I. It is located at the northern end of the port and is a great place to see the scenery. On the evening of the holiday, there will be concerts, carnival shows, etc., all of which are very lively.
In the old port along the St. Lawrence River all the way to the old city, you will see a variety of handmade art shops, if you see what you like, you can also close the price with the boss. There are a lot of craftsmanships that are quite elaborate.
There is also a relatively simple restaurant here, it is also a good choice to solve a lunch here. Although it may not be a local feature of high-level living, let's take a lazy first time, first solve your own food and clothing.
When I was shopping, it seemed that there were more media gathered around the port, and a large artificial tent, and many busy uniforms wearing the badges attracted our attention. It seems that a small live live is being held, and it is really a venue for all kinds of carnival shows or concerts!
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