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Saint Laurent Boulevard, Montreal
(3.6/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
Physically and symbolically dividing the city, Saint Laurent Boulevard is a culture-rich thoroughfare. Not only does this well-renowned street divide the province's largest city into East and West, it also has historically divided the city by language, ethnicity, and class. A melting pot of multiculturalism, this street offers different types of cuisine as well as trendy shops and bars. The street is steeped in history too, with different historical economic and ethnic shifts well represented throughout. The boulevard includes parts of the Jewish community, Chinatown, Little Italy, and Little Portugal neighborhoods, and a red-light district. With our international travel planner, Montreal attractions like Saint Laurent Boulevard can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Its a beautiful street with many stores and shops and restaurants. Nice to stroll and enjoy the scenery. 
  • This street has a lot to offer. The autentic eateries and thrift shops of all kinds is lined along the street. Tke yuor time and let your eyes wander in the side streets, you will find a lot of street...  more »
  • South, near river you are in the birthplace of Montréal, in constructions dating from the beginning of the colony, then higher in a setting of 50 years, more to the North you are in Chinatown. You arrive in the old '' Red Light '' with a few clubs and hotels. You continue heading north, you are in both trendy cafés, bistros, restaurants to fashion where mingle still a few shops where to sell your belongings, "putting them in the nail" for pennies. You will arrive in a Portuguese sector, then Polish, then Quebec new heads, then you will arrive in little Italy. Finally, arrive in the neighborhood of the restaurant paquistanais incredibly cheap, then Greek and more Arab. You will thus pass through all epochs and waves of immigration of Montreal since its founding. Montreal cannot be visited in one day!
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