(Montreal, Quebec - QC, Canada)
Aerial view of the cityscape from Mount Royal Park.
View of the downtown district's numerous skyscrapers and high-rise buildings.
Central view of the city center.
Montreal City Hall, a striking and eye-catching building, dating back to the 1870s.
Historical church contrasting with modern buildings nearby.
View of the Le 1501 McGill College building (left) in the downtown district, a notable building built in 1992, measuring 158 meters / 520 feet.
View of the city's impressive Jacques Cartier Bridge spanning the St. Lawrence River, built in the late 1920s, being opened in May 1930.
Marina close to the city center, where boat hire and cruises are often available.
The Old Port District, a historic district located on the southeastern side of downtown Montreal, known for its cobbled streets and landmark buildings, including the Notre Dame Basilica.
Spectacular floral features close to the waterfront, in the Old Port District.
View of the Old Port Gardens, which is known for its colorful floral arrangements each summer.
Outdoor ice skating during the winter months.
Stunning Olympic Stadium, constructed for the city's famous 1976 Olympic Games, with many major attractions nearby, including the Biodome, the Insectarium and the Botanical Gardens.
View of the city's skyline, reflecting in the waterfront.
Waterfront view, with the Jacques Cartier Bridge is the background.