Much like New York City, Montreal is separated into distinct neighborhoods each with its own unique character to explore. West of Old Montreal's cobblestoned streets you will find everything from the eclectic vibes of Plateau Mont-Royal to the liveliness of Gay Village.
In this last post from our weekend in Montreal I am sharing some of the best neighborhoods to visit and what to do in them. Immersing yourself into the diversity of this city is truly the best way to discover it.
Romper & Shoes: Mango
Brunch at Cafe Arts
Views of Beaver Lake at Mont Royal Park, Montreal's natural landmark
Overlooking Montreal from Mont Royal Park
Strawberry Sorbet x Cheesecake Ice Cream from Kem CoBa -- another stop worth the wait!
The "Pink Balls" installation over Saint Catherine St. in Gay Village
A delicious fusion dinner at Le Bon Vivant
A morning coffee with charm at Tommy
Outfit Photos: Victor X.
Shoes: Steve Madden | Bag: Kate Spade Saturday (now closed)