Montreal – the oldest city of Canada located in the Province of Quebec, founded by French on the place of the Indian small village. Most of residents of this city, the largest in North America, speak French therefore it is called often the American or the Canadian Paris.
In Montreal two various worlds are harmoniously combined: near ancient sights, graceful buildings in Baroque style huge American skyscrapers tower.
Montreal – the Canadian Paris.
On typically French small streets, a set of small, but cozy cafes and bars are located. which enjoy wide popularity among city visitors and at locals. Even there is enough usual walk around the city to feel the French soul of the city.
In Montreal there is more than three tens most beautiful ancient churches. The temple Notr – Ladies – Bon – sekur by right is considered the most interesting, thanks to a chapel, big observatory and the religious museum. The special attention of fans of architecture is deserved by the Basilica Notr – Will give de Monreal. It is the largest and ancient cathedral of the city with two Twin Towers.
The downtown the architectural monuments in Baroque style and amazing palaces and style of the French Renaissance, one of which – the magnificent palace Meredith, is very beautiful and picturesque.
Surely it is worth visiting the famous Jacques Cartier Bridge, 4500 m long, to wander on the Old Town hall and to examine the most beautiful Hall of Honour.
The World Trade Center which is in the business center of the city attracts tourists not only a large number of shops, but also interesting architecture. In the same place there is a part of the well-known Berlin wall and the unusual fountain from black granite.
Botanical garden – one more pearl of Montreal. Its visit won’t leave indifferent fans of the nature. More than 22000 species of various plants, collections of butterflies and bees enjoy wide popularity of visitors for whose convenience, across all territory of a garden the mini-train plies.
Montreal – very beautiful and unusual city. The most French behind borders of France.