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The bustling and busy region of the city of Montreal, the downtown area is also the central business district. This area boasts of reputed educational institutes like Université de Montréal, O'Sullivan College and so forth. That's not it, sports lovers also have venues like Bell Centre and Percival Molson Memorial Stadium. The downtown region also features tourist attractions like Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, St. George's Anglican Church, Cabot Square and so forth.
Grey Line Montreal (City Tours) is a tour group which provides day trips of the city on buses and cruise boats. Travel in a double-decker bus which is built London style and take in the sites of the city. Take a walk through the labyrinth of subways and underground systems or through the winding streets of the old town. There are plenty of options to choose from and the city is waiting to be discovered in a range of different ways.
Do not expect stadium seating, interactive experiences or IMAX screens. There is nothing fancy here, but this student-favorite repertory house is the source in Montreal for English art films, second-runs, Canadian productions and specialty films like midnight horror features. Their program is available all over the city in various bars and restaurants.
Located in the McGill University student area, The Yellow Door is a throwback to the Montreal of the 1960s, complete with flower children and psychedelic Volkswagen vans. The place is a community organization that is involved in social and volunteer work. The decor is basic, consisting mostly of posters, but the folks who run it are as friendly as they come. There is no alcohol served here, just plenty of coffee, tea and juice; and don't you dare light up a cigarette. Events include live folk music, poetry readings, the occasional performance artist and writers looking for an audience.