1. World Trade Center of Montreal
World trade center is a great shopping complex that is located in the Montreal’s business district with its eminent architectural value.
World trade center was founded in 1992 and really quickly became very popular with buyers. The building facade was made by popular architectural firm “Arcop”, whose experts gave the center a very elegant style. In the airy hall of the shop is a gorgeous fountain, built by the Dieudonne-Barthelemy Guibal – a famous French Sculptor. In addition, the center is embellished with a real solid piece of the Berlin wall.
This mall has many shops, restaurants and boutiques that attract many customers and buyers all over the world. It’s a true Paradise for those who are crazy about shopping. Also this building offers the instant access to the “Underground city” – one of a kind shopping complex located under the streets of Montreal.
2. Casino De Montreal
Located across from the legendary Old Montreal port, this casino has been knows as being one of the largest casinos. It offers five floors of gaming activities and over 3000 slot machines, 100 gambling tables and a section that has 18 poker tables it definitely fits the description.
If you are looking for a classic Texas hold’em game then this is the place to visit since they hold games regularly awarding a bonus for the highest hand of the day. Four restaurants can be located on-site making it easy to experience different dining environments. For more information check their website here. With good availability and good rates, you can book online and do not get to pay any reservation rates.
3. Home of sir George-Etienne Cartier
The house of sir George-Etienne Cartier is a kind of guide to the nineteenth century. It was dedicated to life of the famous Montreal lawyer, the founder of the Confederation and ex-Prime Minister of Canada. Visitors of elegant restored mansion and Museum are greeted by guides in period costumes, and children are told in a fun way about the two centuries ago customs.
4. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Do not miss the Montreal Fine Arts Museum, where you can find a big number of interesting exhibits. This is one of the most popular places of America and the world. In addition, it is the oldest exhibition houses of Canada. Before the permanent building was found for the museum, it was existed in traveling exhibition form that was organized by the Association of fine arts.
The Museum began its existence after the Montreal businessman Benyi Gibba gave the Association a huge collection of his paintings and provided it with financial support. Many rich people were inspired by this act, and the volume of donations has steadily increased. At the moment it’s the best collection of arts in Canada.
5. Montreal Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
The circuit was dedicated to Gilles Villeneuve is a race track in Montreal where the Grand Prix of Canada takes place. It’s located on the artificial island of Notre Dame and erected on the St. Lawrence River in Montreal. The first race “Formula 1” at the Canadian circuit took place in 1978, after that the track is used for Grand Prix of Canada except of 1975, 1987 and 2009 these years the race was not held because of organizational and financial problems.
Also on the circuit was used for the stages of racing series like Champ Car, world championship sport prototypes racing series Grand-Am Rolex Sports, the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series. If you’re fond of Formula 1 – it’s obligatory for visiting.
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