Caleche in Old Montreal
Few Places are more Romantic than Montreal by Moonlight
Cap off a romantic visit to Montreal with an evening stroll through the old (vieux) city, where lights illuminate stately architecture, churches large and small, cobblestone streets, and tempting eateries.
Travel back in time to Vieux Montreal by hailing a caleche (horse-drawn carriage).
Old Montreal Italian Restaurant at Night
No tour of Vieux Montreal should begin on an empty stomach. Feast on Italian or French cuisine in the old city.
French Restaurant in Old Montreal at Night
When in Rome... eat like the locals do. This informal French restaurant prides itself on serving a range of Quebecois cheese.
Pierre du Calvet Restaurant
The oldest restaurant in Montreal, Pierre du Calvet serves fine French fare.
Old Montreal Sound & Light Show
The magnificent Notre Dame Basilica in Vieux Montreal is home to an evening sound-and-light show that explains the history of the church.
For more information, see And Then There Was Light.
Entrance to Notre Dame Basilica Montreal
Montreal's Notre-Dame Basilica is the crown jewel in Quebec's religious heritage.
For more information on visiting the church, see Notre Dame Basilica of Montreal.
Votive Candles in Notre Dame Basilica
Votive candles are displayed in the church for the faithful to say a prayer and light a candle.
Notre Dame Basilica Altar
A magnificent work of art and inspiration, the altar of Notre Dame Basilica is a magnificent sanctuary in blue and gold.
Fans of architecture and design will find much to marvel at inside the church, from its highly ornamented pulpit to its stained glass windows that reflect the history of Quebec province.
Place Jacques Cartier at Night
Wide Place Jacques Cartier, the main street of Vieux Montreal, leads down to the St. Lawrence.
Marché Bonsecours Vieux Montreal
Bonsecours Market is a showcase for Québec designers and artists inside an 1847 heritage building in Vieux Montreal.
Find out more about Bonsecours Market.
Montreal's oldest chapel, Notre Dame de Bonsecours, has welcomed the faithful for more than 350 years.
Montreal is home to more than 300 places of worship for Christians. Find out more about Bonsecours Church.