Great getting on to rue st catherine..all the big names are here but its still possible to sit and people watch with a coffee..a wonderful street..great hotels and theatres nearby
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Lovely street, you can find everything you want, shopping, food, attraction, souvenirs, you name it. Busy all day, easy to walk, clean, just lovely
Felt like Times Square. Lots of places to shop but none we wanted to go into. Definitely a place to skip, basically just mall shops.
Bustling city centre street with great shops , you can skip block to block easily, being Brits this helps us to get our bearings. Been November and September times, looking forward to returning . Loved Reubens Delie for foods but as underground, its a little...More
Our hotel [at Drummond] was just off St. Catherine Street. This is not really an upscale shopping street for the few blocks east of Drummond. It improves in the couple of blocks west of Drummond.
Nice touristy main thoroughfare of Montreal. Chain stores and strip joint right next to each other. Some decent restaurants and architecture. Goes very long. If I had to recommend a favorite section, I’d say near the intersection of Rue Crescent.
Rue Sainte Catherine, is the shopping street of Montreal. You will find all the clothing shop you want, and many different restaurant as well.
We were lucky to be staying right around the corner from the heart of Rue Ste. Catherine. We found everything we needed just by walking up and down this busy downtown street. We found it most inviting in the morning, before the cruise ship visitors...More
took a leisurely walk along Rue Ste.Catherine and was amazed at the throngs of people all out and having a good time. Our early afternoon stroll took us past many many shops and even more pubs and restaurants. If people watching is your thing, then...More