Named after the founder of Montreal, Mr. Paul de Chomedey de Maisonneuve, the street Rue St-Paul is the oldest street and has so much charm. It is a lively place to be especially in summer. This cobblestones street has restaurants, boutiques, souvenir shops, art galleries and bars that brings an European atmosphere.
It is also on this street that you can find the Bonsecours Market, the Chapel of Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours and Marguerite Bourgeoys’ Museum. If you need to eat, I personally like the Usine de Spaghetti.
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