Immersed in art, architecture, culture and Christmas lights. Cobblestones and cozy cafes on a cold Monday night.
About Rue St-Paul
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We walked in and out of the little shops and ate at several small local restaurants. It has the feeling of a Paris street with the narrow streets and various street vendors and artist to watch or purchase from. This is very close to the...More
This cobblestoned street runs through the heart of Old Montreal. Lined with art galleries, boutique hotels, restaurants, coffee shops and stores, when we visited there was a period movie being shot on the street. An evening stroll along the narrow sidewalk after the area reopened...More
It’s a very short walk, lined with a mix of boutique shops and tourist shops. I wouldn’t say it’s exactly like a European street (as others described it to me), but it is “European-esque”. It’s worth the short stroll, but definitely don’t just stop at...More
I love roaming about the Vieux Port as there are so many interesting shops and vistas and incredible architecture to instantly make one minds wonder back in time although I cannot imagine the smells and the noise in days of old and glad I am...More
So much to see here, beautiful walk in the evening. Loads of people even on a cold night. Scenery is excellent! LOVE it here
One of the most wonderful places in North America. Very well preserved. History everywhere. A fantastic place to walk for hours and enjoy its restaurants, shops, bars, etc.
A good place for a not too long visit. The best part of rue St-Paul isn't that long. If you like little shops and restaurants, you'll enjoy this place.
A beautiful walk in the morning, and another in the evening. You really only need to walk this once at each time. There are a handful of galleries and quite a few restaurants, but only one bar you really need to visit (Bar Philemon). This...More