Take a walk and see the sights in Montréal
Whether you're walking through the Old Port, Chinatown, Little Italy or the Plateau Mont-Royal, you'll be in good local company – Montrealers love to walk. In fact, this safe, healthy and budget-wise mode of transportation is one of the best ways to see the city’s lively neighbourhoods, day and night. From architecture to public art to stylish locals, there’s a lot to see in Montréal! When the weather isn’t inviting, you can still get your exercise by walking through the Montréal Underground Pedestrian Network. Used by over 500,000 people daily, this network includes 33 kilometers of walkways with 2,000 shops, restaurants and services. It connects to some 40 performance venues, theatres and cinemas, not to mention many hotels, attractions and museums.