Old Montreal is the main attraction of Montreal tourism. It is located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River. Many famous scenic spots come together. It was once a busy port 300 years ago and is now dominated by tourism. There are also a variety of cultural events and art festivals that attract lovers from all over the world. Every year, more than one million jazz fans flock to the city to listen to the performances of more than a thousand orchestras.
Montreal is known as Little Paris of North America. French English, the official language, is still one of the most commonly used languages. Because the inhabitants come from at least 80 different countries, the Montreal City Flag, which uses about 35 different languages, is made up of four small flowers, representing the first English, French, Scottish and Irish immigrants to build Montreal. Montreal has about 70,000 Chinese, a small number but does not affect Chinatown's doorplate standing high in the city centre. Notre Dame Cathedral - "located in the old downtown area of Montreal, opposite Darm Square. It is said that Notre Dame Cathedral was built according to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France. So people call it : Notre Dame de Paris Minor" cordially, and it is also called the largest church in North America. Gothic Catholic Church, the lobby is full of brilliance and brilliance, making people immersed in the mixture of romantic luxury and solemnity, which is extremely asymmetrical but quite harmonious. The towering towers can be seen in any corner of the city. They are the landmarks of Montreal. Old Port, St. Lawrence River - "Port was the earliest port of fur trade when French came to Canada, and the earliest place of origin for Montreal people. There are many roadside stalls, and you can rent a bicycle to ride slowly. Yachts at private terminals are both lovable and hateful. Unfortunately, 15% excise tax is horrible, nothing is bought, eat a meal and go home silently.
The old city of Montreal is situated on the St. Lawrence River. It has a European style of leisure and poetry. The old city of Montreal is the main tourist attraction of Mongcheng. The East and West are bounded by Berry Street and McGill Street. The north and South are bounded by St. Lawrence River and St. Jack Street. Many famous scenic spots converge here. 300 years ago, it was once a busy port, and now it is dominated by tourism.
Three hours bus from Montreal-Quebec. Wander the Old City of Quebec: Walk through the streets of the old French town, along the walls and fortresses left by the founders centuries ago, and experience the cultural heritage baptized by time. Notre-Dame-Quebec is a magnificent Baroque cathedral with a history of 350 years. Petit Champlain is the birthplace of Quebec's old city. It is said that Korean drama "ghosts" is set here (it seems to have won Quebec's popularity outside the French circle). Every square, sculpture and traceability has a variety of stories. When I sent the postcard, I met the post office uncle and asked if I would like to be a pen pal and learn French and Chinese from each other. It was a surprise. And the last one is Baby Baby Baby Baby's favorite salty popcorn. It has a special flavor.
Montreal is a riverside city reclaimed by France in the early years. The St. Lawrence River runs through it. The hydrophilic space is also relaxing and elegant. It is a Canadian immigrant city worth living in for a long time. As early as 1976, the Winter Olympic Games were held here. It is one of the major cultural cities in North America.
Little Paris, North America - Montreal, the world's largest bilingual city (English, French), full of strong French romance. The old city is not only situated in the city hall, but also in the oldest churches and museums in Montreal. Of course, there are old streets, slate streets and carriages that often appear in movie scenes.
Although Montreal is new enough than many European cities, as the second largest French-speaking city in the world, no one can match Paris's self-consciousness. Not only is it stipulated by law that French should be spoken first in language here, but also the style of the old city's architecture is a complete European model. Walking in the streets and lanes of the old city, the eyes are European City + North American style, which is not interesting.
Old Montreal is bounded East and west by Berri Street and McGill Street, north and south by St. Lawnce River and St. Jacques Street. It was a busy port 300 years ago and is now a symbol of the city's history and humanity. Tourist carriages dressed in gorgeous costumes and flowers shuttle from time to time in the old streets and alleys of European style. The organ music in the church seems to recall the medieval memory. Unfortunately, the maple leaves are not red, so it's better to touch the red fire in the nearby Chinatown [smile] [naughty] and set off to Quebec QC [sun]
Montreal is covered by the French community. The old city is packed tightly in ports, from churches to government to commercial blocks. The old city is not very big. Many restaurants and small shops on the street are worth visiting. There are many souvenirs with special features that can be bought here. Night scenery will decorate the old city with different charm against the backdrop of various lights, and there are various projections on the wall for pedestrians to stop and watch. It was an unexpected surprise to meet Barbie Show once in a while.
Old city of Montreal, European flavor is strong, like here, ancient buildings have been hundreds of years, style still exists, vaguely can see the shadow of the 18th century. The old port is still there, but it has lost its former bustle. Notre Dame Cathedral in Notre Dame remains solemn and holy, attracting the souls of tourists. Not far away from Chinatown, the Chinese people's diligence is inscribed. Marvel at the protection of Montreal's old city, the coexistence of ancient and modern, Gothic architecture and glass wall buildings! Simple streets, sightseeing carriages with flowers, distinctive works of art, exquisite and meticulous architecture, warm and friendly French people, romantic French style, people can feel the leisure and quiet of life everywhere ____________
The old city of Montreal feels like a little Paris, but the biggest drawback is one word: crowded. The largest Notre Dame Cathedral in North America was crushed like a street chapel by the surrounding high-rise buildings, and at first glance thought it had been mistaken.