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Grand Quai du Port de Montréal

A revitalized historic pier in Montreal offering public spaces, event venues, and panoramic views of the St. Lawrence River and city skyline.

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The Port of Montréal’s Grand Quay sits on the St. Lawrence River and features a new cruise terminal and recently renovated free public spaces with spectacular views of the river and the city. Grab a chair, pack some lunch, and watch the water as ships cruise in. How to: Explore the Promenade d’Iberville: a large green roof with wooden terrace and more than 20,000 flowering and aromatic plants, including chives, oregano, monarda, yellow camomille, yarrow, daisy and blue grama.

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