Old Montreal (Vieux-Montréal)

This historic district features cobblestone streets, charming architecture, and landmarks like Notre-Dame Basilica and the Old Port. It's a great place to explore shops, restaurants, and museums.

Mount Royal (Mont Royal)

A large volcanic-related hill that offers hiking trails, a scenic lookout, and the beautiful Mount Royal Park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. The summit provides panoramic views of the city.


Part of the Space for Life (Espace pour la vie) museum district, the Biodome allows visitors to explore different ecosystems, including a tropical rainforest, a Laurentian maple forest, and the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Botanical Garden (Jardin botanique de Montréal)

Also part of the Space for Life district, the garden features thematic gardens, greenhouses, and events showcasing a vast collection of plant species.

St. Joseph's Oratory (Oratoire Saint-Joseph)

A major pilgrimage site and architectural marvel, this basilica offers stunning city views, beautiful grounds, and a serene atmosphere for reflection.

Lachine Canal

A historic waterway with a scenic park and pathway, ideal for biking, walking, and boating, offering a unique perspective of the city’s industrial heritage.