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Underground City, Montreal, Canada More than four and a half square miles make up this second city in Montreal—the world’s largest underground complex, with 4,350 hotel rooms, 2,727 apartments, 930 retailers, 68 metro stops, nine fitness centers, three skating rinks, two libraries, and a chapel.

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15 Things To Do In Montreal If You're Visiting For The First-Time

A list of 15 things to do in #Montreal, in no particular order, from markets to ice-skating to underground shopping to the most iconic dishes! http://toeuropeandbeyond.com/15-things-to-do-in-montreal/

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Montreal, Quebec's Underground City has over 30 kilometres of passageways connected to all Montreal Metros. With thousands of boutiques and apartments, more than 200 restaurants and 34 movie theatres, it's regarded as both a major tourist destination and as an architectural wonder in and of itself. Tres cool.

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From the street, all this appears as regular office buildings. I wouldn't have known if I hadn't taken the Metro (subway). But, with all of the snow, it is understandable! Imagine, dining, shopping, living, working and being entertained in this all winter long! I lived in a similar set-up in Toronto as a young woman, only I must say, this design is the real winner!

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Underground city in Montreal, Canada We took the underground subway all around Montreal. They have a complete city underground,You never have to go above ground in the winter.

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The Underground City (RÉSO)- the world’s largest underground city, officially known as RÉSO. Over 30 kilometres of passageways connect to all Montreal Metros and provide a refuge for tourists looking to escape the scorching heat of summer or the freezing winds of winter. With thousands of boutiques and apartments, 200+ restaurants and 34 movie theatres, this impressive underground city is regarded as both a major tourist destination and as an architectural wonder in itself.

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Things to Do in Montreal

Underground City, Montreal

What You Should Know Before Visiting Montreal

Montreal's black beauty: the diagram on the black background looks elegant, but if you want to print it will probably hate to waste that much ink. | #metro #montreal

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