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Where to stay near Cathedral-Basilica of Mary Queen of the World

Exploring Cathedral-Basilica of Mary Queen of the World

This cathedral, inspired by St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, was built at the end of the 19th century. It is a beautiful church and inside, visitors can view paintings by Georges Delfosse that illustrate the historic beginnings of Montréal.


Accommodations near Cathedral-Basilica of Mary Queen of the World

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Ville-Marie is the Stunning 1BR in Old Montreal by Sonder, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Spacious 2BR in Downtown MTL by Sonder in Ville-Marie as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Cathedral-Basilica of Mary Queen of the World

- Old Port


This historic port is located in Old Montreal and was used as early as 1611 by French fur traders. Today, it is a favorite destination among tourists and locals that come to enoy many activities, from catching a movie at the IMAX Theatre, to using the riverfront for walking, cycling, or roller-blading. Many cultural events also take place in this spot.


- Lafontaine Park


This beautiful park is located in Plateau Mont-Royal. IT has two ponds with a fountain and waterfalls, sports fields, a dog park, picnic area, playgrounds and many trees where you can rest under the shade while eating a nice picnic.


Transportation near Cathedral-Basilica of Mary Queen of the World

Montreal’s efficient metro system is the best public transport option for getting around the downtown districts, although the non-air-conditioned trains can be stuffy in summer and signage and announcements are given in French only. For exploring further, the commuter rail system covers the city and its far-flung suburbs, and taxis are easily available albeit expensive. The public bus system is comprehensive, but the French signage can be confusing for non-French speakers. Montreal is also a haven for cyclists, and the cheap rates, countless places to drop off and pick up new bikes, and wide, boulevard-like bike lanes mean that hopping on a bike is one of the simplest and most peaceful ways to get around Montreal.