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Gay Village, Montreal

(2.9/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Home to Montreal's LGBT community, Gay Village buzzes with bars, restaurants, and cafes just north of Montreal city. Stroll down the street beneath a canopy of pink balls, a symbol of the vibrant neighborhood's history. Regardless of your orientation, come and join the party with the friendly locals. Stop into one of the watering holes, watch a drag performance, and dance until the early hours. Make Gay Village a centerpiece of your Montreal vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Montreal vacation trip planner.
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  • Specially for unaccompanied certainly super useful, many restaurants and bars multi-cultural environment for LGBT folks or straight. Shopping opportunities if you want something different than Zara or H & M. Visit or through certainly worthwhile stroll
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  • Mestotvesel'ja and idleness. Here crowds peoples life is day and night. It should be noted this is a specific area for netradicialov. We were not too interesting. Walk in Montreal there are a bunch of other places. It is not necessary to go here. Restaurants, cafes and shops and elsewhere. Here only for interest groups.
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  • You can not miss it, it has a beautiful mural. I loved this neighborhood, think that is my favorite, it people is very respectful with them gays, them Canadian are tolerant as has happened in others many neighborhood gay, this was a poor neighborhood of class working, now is has become in a neighborhood prosperous and of fashion, where all the world wants to go, their restaurants, its great activity and by its touch of eccentricity its presence helps to make Montréal a destination out of the ordinary. The Village is as a symbol of the city, matter of fact, is that, not only local gays flaunt proud multicolored flag, but rather the own Beaudry Metro station located in the heart of the neighborhood, wears with pride the colours of the community.
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