A basilica built and decorated with neo-Gothic architecture, which will amaze you. The Notre-Dame Basilica offers guided or individual tours, which will allow you to understand its history and not miss anything of these most grandiose attributes. Make an exhibition at this establishment or join a concert of the organist or choir will be an intoxicating experience.
110 Notre-Dame Street West
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 1T2
St Joseph's Oratory
The largest church in Canada, its dome is the third largest in the world. Considered one of the most important pilgrimage sites, St. Joseph's Oratory is erected at 283 m above sea level, making it the highest point in Montreal. From the 283 steps from Queen Mary Road to the Oratory Portico, 99 wooden steps are reserved for prayer and serve pilgrims who wish to get on their knees.
3800 Queen Mary Road
Montreal, Quebec H3V 1H6
Mont Royal Park
From the same designer as Central Park in New York, Mount Royal Park in Montreal is a must. In both summer and winter, it is possible to go there to enjoy the breathtaking views of Montreal. Equipped with several hiking trails and lookouts, it is possible to observe a large variety of plants and birds.
Montreal, Quebec H3H 1A2
A park of over 40 hectares in the heart of the city! This park, known to all Montrealers, is certainly an excellent choice for an outdoor afternoon in the city! There are 2 artificial ponds, 2 petanque fields, 14 tennis courts, a mini soccer field, 5 baseball fields, two gazebos, two sand volleyball courts and several children's playgrounds. Most people are there to relax with friends and family enjoying a BBQ or a picnic on hot summer days.
3933, avenue du Parc la Fontaine
Montreal, Quebec H2L 1M3