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Hi guys! Sorry I'm almost done planning my trip, however I had a few last minute questions. I like to be super meticulous with my planning so if you guys can help me out again I would appreciate it. How long would it take my friends and I to explore this area? What would be the best spots to check out here. Or would you suggest just roaming. Other than the shopping, is there any thing else interesting to check out here? It seems like a long strip so where should my friends Start? I'm from Toronto , and we have an "Eaton Centre" shopping mall here.
Is the Montreal version similar? Would you suggest a particular app? I'm guessing it's under the whole downtown area and has shopping areas here as well? I really want to see it and may go in the evening time. The stores in the downtown malls and underground city are pretty much the same stores you'll find in Toronto and other major cities.
There may be a few that are different, but essentially it's all the same type of mall experience. You might check out Simons on St. Catherine - it's a large Quebec based department store that has some unique items.
In terms of "interesting" stuff, it's personal taste. Some love architecture, some love malls, some love museums, some love to roam around Montreal has all of that Downtown called centre-ville in French is the area by McGill University , skyscrapers, etc.
Montreal has its own "Eaton Centre" mall, but also bunch of others. You can extend that a bit if you want -- say to Complexe Desjardins or Guy for the the "business" downtown, and perhaps if you were really generous, to Berri in the east and Atwater in the west, although those who like architecture would go all the way to van der Rohe's Westmount Square just because, well, it's Mies :.