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Started in 1865, the Marché de Lachine is one of the oldest public markets in Montreal. It is located at the intersection of rue Notre Dame and 18th Avenue. Local vendors bring a variety of articles for sale here, allowing one to stock up on groceries, fresh produce and homemade delicacies. If you wish to soak in the local vibe then head to Marché de Lachine in the morning to get a peek into the local life.
Rue Sherbrooke or Sherbrooke street is one the biggest and the most prominent shopping streets in Montreal. There are antique shops that have some of the most unique collections, as well as showrooms of many local, national and international brands of clothes, accessories and jewelry. Shopping aside, the street also has some mid and high-ranged spas which are perfect for a relaxing afternoon. Culture enthusiasts will be thrilled by the art scene here, for some of the best art and collectible shops such as Pointe-a-Calliere and Musee des Beaux-Arts are situated here.