Looking at a building like a government agency, it turns out to be a market. The building itself is very beautiful. The market is very warm. The key is free toilets. There is free drinking water at the toilet door, which is very friendly to tourists.
Montreal is a good channel for shopping. The old market culture here is also very hungry. The whole area is also frequented by locals. There are also a lot of things to buy, such as eating, drinking and having fun.
Boskus Market is one of the landmark buildings in the old city. It is a Neo-Renaissance architectural style. It was briefly used as a meeting place for the Congress. Now part of it is converted into a special shopping mall and restaurant. When visiting the old city, it is recommended to use it together Visit.
It is a pleasure to stroll through this market admiring, if not buying the amazing creations of local artists.
This is another market, but unlike the Atwater Market, this one has a lot more shops than food vendors.
Museum shopping center historical reference today tomorrow and yesterday all rolled into one
A heritage building in Vieux Montreal houses shops, cafes and a museum. A must visit for its location along the port and also a great spot to buy locally made items.
Here you'll find arts, crafts, jewelery and other fine goods from genuine Canadian and native artisans.
Preston_Dominguez: 350 St-Paul St E | (Near Place Jacques-Cartier), Montreal, Quebec H2Y 1H2, Canada
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Notre-Dame Basilica,Old Montréal,Montreal City Hall,Old Port of Montreal,Place d'Armes