Jean Talon Market – Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Montréal

Marché Jean-Talon, in the quarter called Little Italy, is where farmers from the areas around Montréal come to flog their produce all year round, even during the winter. Hallowe’en is approaching rapidly everywhere and so also on Jean-Talon Market. Everywhere you see the pumpkins in all shapes and sizes. Some are so big you can live in…

Driver waiting for Passengers at Place Jacques Cartier

In Vieux Montréal tourists get an old-fashioned perspective of the city from a horse-drawn carriage. At the top of Place Jacques Cartier you can see Nelson’s Column. The street is lined with little restaurants and ice cream parlours. An ideal place to try poutine (fries with gravy) and maple syrup ice cream.