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Notre-Dame Basilica

Constructed in 1656, the oldest Catholic church in Montreal boasts an intricately designed interior. Adorned with stained glass windows, the church serves as a visual chronicle, capturing and portraying the rich history of the city through its artful depictions. Each panel of stained glass tells a tale, offering a unique glimpse into the historical narrative that has shaped the vibrant tapestry of Montreal over the centuries.

Old MontrealOld Montreal

Old Montreal, a historic district in Canada, exudes a captivating Parisian ambiance. Transport yourself to a bygone era while meandering along its cobblestone streets, marveling at the picturesque architecture. Explore the Bonsecours Market for distinctive shopping, take a leisurely stroll along St. Paul Street, and pay a visit to the awe-inspiring Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal, renowned for its magnificent stained glass windows. Additionally, the old port offers enticing activities such as a Ferris wheel ride, ziplining, or a scenic cruise, providing a delightful blend of history and modern-day attractions.

Mount Royal Park

Montreal's expansive green oasis, Mount Royal Park, offers a splendid opportunity to appreciate diverse flora and fauna. Crafted by Frederick Law Olmsted, the visionary behind New York's Central Park, this park features extensive trails and panoramic city vistas. Wander along shaded paths, indulge in a relaxing picnic near Beaver Lake, and partake in year-round outdoor activities, including summer canoeing and winter skiing. With its scenic beauty and recreational offerings, Mount Royal Park provides a tranquil escape and a blend of natural splendor throughout the changing seasons.

4. Montreal Botanical Garden

Situated within Montreal Space for Life, the city's extensive botanical garden is a component of Canada's largest natural sciences museum complex. Boasting more than 22,000 plant species from diverse global regions, the garden features exhibition greenhouses and thematic gardens. Visitors can explore the horticultural richness representing Chinese, Japanese, and First Nations cultures. The main exhibition greenhouse showcases seasonal varieties and hosts various events.

Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal

Established by Saint Brother André in 1904, Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount-Royal stands as a prominent Catholic sanctuary, recognized as the world's largest shrine dedicated to Saint Joseph. Delve into the heart of the city to explore natural, cultural, and spiritual treasures. Highlights include the votive chapel adorned with 10,000 candles, the Oratory Museum showcasing nativity scenes from around the world, the Original Chapel, the awe-inspiring Garden of the Way of the Cross, the Crypt Church, and the largest domed Basilica in North America.

Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal

The MMFA stands as one of Canada's most frequented museums, ranking as the eighth-most visited museum in North America with over 1.3 million visitors. Renowned for its diverse temporary exhibitions that span fine arts, music, film, fashion, and design, the MMFA shares its original exhibitions globally. The museum's extensive encyclopedic collection, housed in five pavilions, encompasses international art, world cultures, decorative arts and design, and Quebec and Canadian art.