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Rue St. Denis, Montreal

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
Rue St. Denis represents one of the hippest shopping, arts, and dining districts in the city. Old historic buildings have been converted into boutiques, bistros, and cafes. Take time for drinks on the patio while young trend-setting locals walk the streets. Expect to find stores selling decor, housewares, exclusive cosmetics, trendy jewelry, books, and music. Numerous restaurants offer tasty modern fusion cuisines of a high quality. Make Rue St. Denis a centerpiece of your Montreal vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Montreal travel itinerary planner.
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  • We loved the Red deck this summer. What a great idea. Plenty of place to sit, read, for children fun. Awesome
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  • Take the time to let your senses be attracted by its renewal. Finally, there is more cones. All buildings or almost are "icons" to make a game of words. A walk is worth worth both for the eyes and less for the portfolio. Although you find everything according to the heaviness of your bank notes and credit cards.
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  • As someone else had mentioned--not unlike Newberry Street in Boston. Interesting shops and good restaurants. Highly recommend Café Cherrier--best meal we had in Montreal--and they were all very good. 
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