Want to see what’s going on in Montreal from wherever you are in the world? Check out these webcams of some of Montreal’s most popular spots!
Place Jacques-Cartier – Old Montreal
Place Jacques-Cartier is a square located in Old Montreal. It’s filled with beautiful buildings, mostly from the early 1800s. There are a lot of great restaurants, cafes and shops to eat at and browse.
Sainte-Catherine St (rue Sainte-Catherine) is located in downtown Montreal and is the longest shopping street in the City. It also offers a lot of music venues.
Parc La Fontaine
Parc La Fontaine is a great place to spend explore year round. In the winter, there is free ice skating on one of the ponds. In the summer there are free music, dance performances and films in the amphitheater Théâtre de Verdure.
Montreal Plateau Weather Cam
This webcam shows Avenue Mont Royal. It shows weather conditions and updates about every 20 seconds.
Montreal is an island and there are quite a few bridges going to the mainland. These webcams are mostly used for traffic updates but it is interesting to see all the bridges.
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