The Most Instagrammable Places in Montreal

Old Montreal | © Marc-Olivier Jodoin / Unsplash
Old Montreal | © Marc-Olivier Jodoin / Unsplash
Photo of Emily Paskevics
18 November 2017

Montreal is filled with unique architecture, vibrant street art, and natural settings that make the city an endlessly fascinating place to photograph. Here are 10 of the most Instagrammable places to explore around Montreal with your camera in hand.

Le Plateau-Mont-Royal

The architecture in many of Montreal’s neighborhoods is often historic and unique in the context of North America. Wander the tree-lined streets of the Plateau and have your camera ready to capture the unique façades of the houses and shops.

Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, Montreal, QC, Canada

St. Joesph’s Oratory

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A stunning example of Montreal’s historic religious architecture, St. Joseph’s Oratory is a famous shrine and lookout point in the city. Located on the Westmount Summit of Mont Royal, St. Joseph’s is best photographed at sunset when it’s illuminated by the falling light.

World Trade Centre

Montreal’s World Trade Centre is a unique building in the city’s downtown core. It incorporates several different architectural styles and historic elements, from a fountain by French architect and sculptor Dieudonné-Barthélemy Guibal (1699–1757) to a piece of the Berlin Wall that was donated to the city in 1992. It’s a fascinating structure that makes for some truly unique photos.

World Trade Centre, 747 Rue du Square-Victoria, Montreal, QC, Canada

Never been in this building before. #impressed #architecture #montreal #worldtradecentremontreal

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