Saint-Paul and de la Commune Streets

Culture, arts and heritage Leisure activities Architecture Outdoor Old Montreal and Old Port

For years, Saint-Paul Street was Montréal's main street. Many of the buildings, which date from the 19th century, have been renovated and today serve as artisanal boutiques, designers shops, art galleries, artists' studios and even homes, not to forget the famous Marché Bonsecours. Those cobblestone streets overflow with warm, inviting restaurants, chansonnier bars, jazz clubs, and seductive lounges. No room for ennui. Pedestrian Saint-Paul street between rue du Marché-Bonsecours et boulevard Saint-Laurent until October 27, 2023.

  • Saint-Paul Street
  • Saint-Paul et de la Commune Streets / Vieux-Montréal
  • Saint-Paul Street
  • Shopping on Saint-Paul Street
  • De la Commune Street
  • Saint-Paul Street



  • Bar
  • Café, tea room
  • Snack bar
  • Self-guided tour


  • Shop