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The world's largest underground pedestrian network shelters locals from both the scorching heat of summer and the frigid winter winds. Although the area stays open as long as the Metro stations themselves, the best time to visit is when it is least crowded. It also remains popular as 'indoor city. Underground City shopping complex is also the world's biggest underground shopping arena.
rue Sherbrooke or Sherbrooke street is the biggest and best street for shopping. This lane has shops for almost everything. There are antique shops that have some of the wonderful antiques with them. Showrooms of many local, national and international brands of clothes, accessories and jewelry stand here. Not only shopping, the street also has some mid and high-ranged spas. There are beautiful art galleries here too. Best art and collectible shops are situated in Pointe-a-Calliere and Musee des Beaux-Arts galleries here.
The main street of Mount Royal Avenue is known for large number of shops. The street has special shops that sell second hand articles and products like clothes, accessories, records, etc. There are various other one-of-its-kind stores located on this road. The lane offers the latest and best of the trends for which, it is crowded most of the times. There are many restaurants and cafes on this lane that attract the non-shoppers too. Not only this, the avenue also hosts and presents events like trade fairs, exhibitions, art showcasing, etc, on a regular basis.
Affectionately known as "The Main," this ever-changing boulevard once represented the dividing line between Anglophone (west) and Francophone (east) Montreal. Streets number east or west from St-Laurent, and it is at various points the main drag in Chinatown, the Plateau and Little Italy; all are worth exploring. The most famous strip is likely that between Sherbrooke Street and Mont-Royal Avenue : moving south to north, culinary and post-culinary standouts include Buona Notte, Globe, the Bifteck, Tokyo, Schwartz's, Moishe's and the Belmont sur le Boulevard.
An entertainment and shopping center on the outskirts of Montreal, Quartier DIX30 is an expansive shopping and entertainment district. The center features over 300 retail boutiques, dining and recreational spots including cinemas, spas, and restaurants. This lifestyle hub is a shopper's paradise and a great place to spend an afternoon of retail therapy. Cinema Cineplex, Hotel Alt, Breakout, and Spin Skatepark are a few of the top destinations here.