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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.
Buried, perhaps not surprisingly, beneath the Anglican Christ Church Cathedral, this open expanse of stores, restaurants and services nonetheless gives the impression of being outdoors. Connected to the Underground City, its 100 or so stores of all kinds are best considered as part of one of the world's biggest malls. Centrally located, it is a good starting point for a serious foray into city shopping.
When Place Ville-Marie complex was constructed in the late 1950s, it marked not only a revolution in modern building methods (portable cranes rose with the structure) but also the beginning of modern architecture in the city. Seen from the air, the central building resembles a cross, in honor of the Virgin Mary. The building features commercial offices, banks, shops and restaurants, including the 737 terrace on the roof. The concourse level features many shops and services, and is connected to the Underground City.
Complexe Les Ailes is a popular shopping complex in Montreal which is known for specialty boutiques of world renowned luxury brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Sephora Jean Coutu and Bleu Marine. The complex, which spreads across three vast levels, has more than 60 shops. Beauty salons, boutiques, apparel and accessories are only a few of the types of stores found here. A smooth experience is ensured here with facilities like a baby care room for new mothers and gift cards.
Educa Jeux focuses majorly on the education, development and growth of children. Hence, they have games and toys that help children and also inspire them to use their imagination and creativity. In the store, you'll find educational books and games which facilitate understanding and foster interest. There are engaging tools and toys, too, like materials for craft, painting, coloring books, and more. Many interesting puzzles are also available. The super-friendly staff are knowledgeable and are always ready to help guide you.
Named after the now-defunct Eaton's, once one of Canada's most recognizable trademarks, this bright and airy complex still attracts shoppers in search of renowned brands, under one roof. Though not as big or famous as Toronto's landmark shopping center, Montreal's version boasts dozens of stores, two food courts and a multi-screen cinema. Shoppers will find every significant North American shopping chain, and many American visitors flock to Montreal Eaton Centre for the discounts offered by Canadian currency conversion. A day-long shopping-spree is bound to happen!