Rue Saint-Paul

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Along with Rue Notre-Dame, this narrow street is one of the oldest in Montreal. Its curves and dips are explained by its origins as a footpath along the riverbanks between the fort and the hospital. Lovely, well-proportioned 19C buildings presently line Rue Saint-Paul. The section between Boulevard Saint-Laurent and Place Jacques-Cartier incorporates former warehouses, now transformed into shops and artists' studios.

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Place Jacques-Cartier
Place Jacques-Cartier
Lined with outdoor cafes and flower
30 minutes
Le Royer Courtyard
Le Royer Courtyard
After 1861, a series of warehouses
15 minutes
Château Ramezay
Château Ramezay
Situated across from City Hall, this
60 minutes
City Hall (Montreal)
City Hall (Montreal)
The first important building in Quebec
30 minutes
Old Port of Montreal
Old Port of Montreal
Stretching along the St. Lawrence River,
60 minutes
Bonsecours Market
Bonsecours Market
Originally constructed to house Montreal
30 minutes
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Place Jacques-Cartier
Place Jacques-Cartier
Lined with outdoor cafes and flower
30 minutes
Le Royer Courtyard
Le Royer Courtyard
After 1861, a series of warehouses
15 minutes
Château Ramezay
Château Ramezay
Situated across from City Hall, this
60 minutes
See all