Montreal Shopping Areas

• A Travel Guide to Shopping Areas in Montreal, Quebec.
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With a total of four million square feet it remains the largest building in metropolitan Montreal. It covers an area bordered by Jeanne-Mance and St-Urbain from east to west and Ste-Catherine and Rene-Levesque from north to south. It is home to 110 boutiques and restaurants, as well as various government services and private offices. The centre also hosts numerous world-class exhibitions, conferences, cultural events and workshops throughout the year.
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Located in the heart of downtown, this vibrant shopping area features a diverse selection of experiences, including trendy boutiques, casual cafes, gallery spaces and accommodations. In addition, the district is frequent host to festivals and other community events, including the Canadian Grand Prix Festival.
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Find 150 diverse shops including the Gap, Le Chau, Benetton, Bleu Marine & Co as well as computer, music and video stores. Also on site are about 30 fast-food restaurants. The fifth floor offers a 6-screen cinema. Strollers, wheelchairs and lockers can be rented and indoor parking is available.
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This unique shopping, dining and recreational district is located along the St. Lawrence River in Old Montreal and features diverse opportunities spread over a system of four piers and interconnected promenades. Boutiques, cafes and vibrant cultural events line the area.
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Located in the Plateau Mont-Royal district, this vibrant neighborhood features an array of services and attractions, including dining, cultural facilities and boutiques. The area encompasses the geographical boundary between St. Hubert street and De Lorimier avenue.
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Located in Montreal's old town, the Marché Bonsecours was built in 1847 and is considered one of Canada's top ten most beautiful heritage buildings. What used to be the city's agricultural marketplace, today houses a collection of upmarket arts and craft boutiques. Visitors can browse through creations of local artisans, designers and artists or enjoy the impressive building from one of its sidewalk cafes.
BulletSummer Boutiques of King Edward Pier
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Located on King Edward Pier in the Old Montreal and Old Port district, this shopping area features seasonal boutiques showcasing a wide range of products, souvenirs and accessories. The shops, operating out of shipping containers along the pier, are opened from mid-May to the end of September.

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