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  • The Guide to Creative Montréal's Rosemont, Saint-Michel and Villeray tour offers a foray into the fields of performing arts, visual arts (art galleries and public artworks), digital arts, music and design.
    Located at the crossroads of two vast Montréal boroughs, the area covered by this tour combines several neighbourhoods, from the Petite-Patrie area and its Plaza Saint-Hubert to the Saint-Michel district and its Cité des Arts du Cirque. While exploring these neighbourhoods, you'll encounter a variety of environments: commercial and residential streets, parks and wide-open spaces, school areas, highway networks, a currently-used landfill site and another under construction, densely populated areas and others that are more isolated...
    This diversity is also reflected in the sector's cultural offering. No form of art dominates here, and the few major institutions that guide this tour are linked to different fields.
    The tour features countless bookstores, record stores, cafes, restaurants and shops where you can stop along the way.

  • The Guide to Creative Montréal's Milton-Parc, McGill Ghetto and Mount Royal tour offers a foray into the fields of performing arts, visual arts (art galleries and public artworks), digital arts, music and design.
    The Milton-Parc neighbourhood is poised between the past and the future: the row-house architecture of yesteryear contrasts with the forward-looking faces in the streets. McGill University is not far away, and it makes its presence felt. The presence of the oldest and most prestigious of Montréal's four universities gives the area its unofficial name: the McGill Ghetto.
    While there are a few cultural institutions to visit here, most of our tour will be devoted to soaking up the culture of the street... and the mountain-;the McGill Ghetto has the considerable perk of sitting at the foot of Mount Royal. Naturally, the tour will lead you up its slopes, home to several works in the City of Montréal public art collection. The tour features countless bookstores, record stores, cafes, restaurants and shops where you can stop along the way.

  • The Guide to Creative Montréal's Côte-des-Neiges, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Saint-Laurent tour offers a foray into the fields of performing arts, visual arts (art galleries and public artworks), digital arts, music and design.
    Forming a single Montréal borough, the Côte-des-Neiges and Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (NDG) neighbourhoods are located on the western and northern slopes of Mount Royal. After having crossed this two-headed borough, our tour heads north into the former city of Saint-Laurent, which became another Montréal borough in recent years. The cultural offering in these three neighbourhoods is mainly composed of public artworks, but also includes two Maisons de la Culture and performance halls which present a variety of concerts and other shows.
    The tour features countless bookstores, record stores, cafes, restaurants and shops where you can stop along the way.

  • The Guide to Creative Montréal's Plateau-Mont-Royal tour offers a foray into the fields of performing arts, visual arts (art galleries and public artworks), digital arts, music and design.
    The tour criss-crosses the Plateau-Mont-Royal neighbourhood, providing information on a wealth of cultural attractions, including five of the most distinguished theatres in the city, several well-known galleries, a panoply of live venues and some of the best public art in the city, as well as countless bookstores, record stores, cafes, restaurants and shops where you can stop along the way.

  • The Guide to Creative Montréal's Quartier Latin, Centre-Sud and Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa) tour offers a foray into the fields of performing arts, visual arts (art galleries and public artworks), digital arts, music and design.
    At the eastern end of the Quartier des Spectacles, the Quartier Latin spreads out around the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), and its arts scene is closely linked to the university, as live venues and art galleries can be found right on the UQAM campus. Heading east, the tour then crosses the trendy and proud working-class neighbourhoods of Centre-Sud and Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, with countless bookstores, record stores, cafes, restaurants and shops where you can stop along the way.

  • The Guide to Creative Montréal's Southwest and Lachine tour offers a foray into the fields of performing arts, visual arts (art galleries and public artworks), digital arts, music and design.
    Montréal's Sud-Ouest (Southwest) borough includes several neighbourhoods that have undergone important real estate transformations over the last few years : Saint-Henri, Little Burgundy, Griffintown... With 45 public artworks scattered across its territory, the area is no longer a mere urban landscape of rocks, stables and smokestacks.
    Looking for a balance between the need to protect the area's heritage and the desire to support innovative new developments, the Sud-Ouest borough is one of the city's current driving cultural engines. Our excursion ends in the Lachine borough, which offers outdoor activities, monumental sculptures and human-scale urban theatre.
    The tour features countless bookstores, record stores, cafes, restaurants and shops where you can stop along the way.

  • The Guide to Creative Montréal's Quartier des Spectacles tour offers a foray into the fields of performing arts, visual arts (art galleries and public artworks), digital arts, music and design.
    One of Montréal's cultural nerve centres, the Quartier des Spectacles entertainment district covers more than one square kilometre (between Rue Sherbrooke and Boulevard René-Lévesque, and between Rue Saint-Hubert and Rue City Councillors), and contributes to the city's strong presence on the international arts scene. It boasts some 80 cultural venues, including 30 performance halls. The territory covered by this tour, which leads west from Boulevard Saint-Laurent to Avenue McGill College, also features a number of theatres and public artworks, as well as the Luminous Pathway, which highlights the area's wealth of nighttime attractions.
    The tour features countless bookstores, record stores, cafes, restaurants and shops where you can stop along the way.

  • The Guide to Creative Montréal's Quartier International, Old Montréal, Île Notre-Dame and Île Sainte-Hélène tour offers a foray into the fields of performing arts, visual arts (art galleries and public artworks), digital arts, music and design.
    Spread out over a wide swath south of downtown and accessible from three metro stations, Old Montréal can be approached from several directions. This part of town borders the Quartier International business district and opens onto the Old Port to the south. The fact may be less publicized than their many historic attractions, but Old Montréal and its neighbouring areas are also rich in culture.
    Museums, galleries, art foundations and co-ops, and countless works of public art, as well as theatres, cinemas, venues, and eclectic outdoor events swarm amongst the heritage buildings-;which are often pressed into their service. Nowhere else on the island have so many historic buildings been preserved by being converted for cultural use.
    The tour features countless bookstores, record stores, cafes, restaurants and shops where you can stop along the way.

  • The Guide to Creative Montréal's Mile-End, Outremont and Little Italy tour offers a foray into the fields of performing arts, visual arts (art galleries and public artworks), digital arts, music and design.
    When you visit Mile End, probably only one thing is certain: you won't be bored. Considered "Canada's most artistic neighbourhood,' this part of town packs in a dizzying diversity of cultural life. In terms of contemporary art alone, Mile End is home to three of the city's most renowned artists' centres and one of its most successful private galleries Neighbouring Outremont and Little Italy have their own identities, but they're inevitably marked by the closeness of Mile End's creative spirit.
    The tour features countless bookstores, record stores, cafes, restaurants and shops where you can stop along the way.

  • The Guide to Creative Montréal's Quartier Concordia and West End of Downtown tour offers a foray into the fields of performing arts, visual arts (art galleries and public artworks), digital arts, music and design.
    There's far more to culture downtown than just the Quartier des Spectacles. On this tour, you'll discover the west end of downtown, as well as the enclaved municipality of Westmount. Much of the area is made up of what's recently been named the Quartier Concordia. With major institutions like the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts and the Canadian Centre for Architecture, and with the creativity spilling forth from Concordia University and its fine arts programs in nine disciplines (including music and theatre), the area is far from starved for culture.
    The tour features countless bookstores, record stores, cafes, restaurants and shops where you can stop along the way.

  • DELIGHTS OF OLD MONTREAL ARTS HISTORY DESIGN GASTRONOMY
    DELIGHTS OF OLD MONTREAL ARTS HISTORY DESIGN GASTRONOMY

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