您是否会将该景点推荐给文化 & 建筑爱好者？
To the North of it is the old Venerable Redstone Hudson's Bay Company, now like a Macy's . They still have those multi-colored wool blankets that is their trademark and have great Cosmetics Displays and Offering. You can access McGill Metro from its Basement.To the South, is the Canada Cement Building, one of the first Cement Buildings in Montreal, dating... 更多
We stayed at the Le Square Phillipe across the street. The trees were lit so beautifully and there were no homeless people lingering about as others have said. It was so nice to take a few pictures here and walk by on our way home from our travels. It's directly across from a nicer pizza place (which is very good)... 更多
Of the three Montreal squares in close proximity: Phillips; Victoria; Place D'Armes- this one retains the most of its original flavour and charm. Largely because it's thus far been spared re-development and most of it's trees and grass remain intact. It's still more a park than a plaza. It's true there are more homeless now than 30 years ago but... 更多
There were vendors in the park and the park itself was nice but the entire area has so many homeless people it ruins the entire city. Everywhere you walk and in at lot of the restaurants there are people asking you for money. I was not impressed with the city.
A fun place to visit. Lots of people, birds-pigeons, squirrels, and simple Nature ... revealing herself to the visitors. Fresh air, lots of place to walk around and enjoy the outdoors.
This is a lovely little square across the street from The Hudson Bay company store. There are a variety of street vendors selling their wares here...including a tent that sells wonderful ice cream, a floral vendor and several jewelry vendors. Nice little spot to sit and observe the loveliness of this wonderful city.