Montreal is known around the world as one of the most beautiful and aesthetic cities ever. The city has European vibes, a fast-paced business life, and a vibrant party culture. What more can I say about Montreal that you don't already know?\nIf you're an Instagram enthusiast, Montreal provides endless photo ops. Models and landscape artists alike will find that Montreal's streets and landmarks rival the world's best known.\nTo save you from aimless wandering (even though I encourage it!) we've compiled a list of the most Instagrammable streets in Montreal!\nRue Notre-Dame Ouest/Est\nView this post on Instagram Taking in the sites #montreal A post shared by Gregory DelliCarpini Jr (@gregoryvelvet) on Jul 2, 2014 at 11:42am PDT\nRue Notre-Dame is one of the oldest streets in Montreal and runs from Lachine to the Eastern tip of the island. The landmarks along Notre-Dame are numerous, with the Notre-Dame Basilica, Griffintown, Old Montreal, and industrial sector, to name a few.\nRue Saint-Paul Ouest/Est\nView this post on Instagram Europe or Canada, eh? A post shared by @ brentlawless on Jul 23, 2016 at 11:51am PDT\nSaint-Paul is Montreal's oldest street and it maintains that legacy even today. As one of the main historic thoroughfares of the city, Saint-Paul is dotted with tiny shops, restaurants, cafes, and a whole slew of things to discover. The architecture isn't too shabby, either.\nPlace Jacques-Cartier\nView this post on Instagram Place Jacques-Cartier . . . . . #placejacquescartier #montreal #montrealcanada #montrealmoments #montrealphoto #montrealphotography #travel #travelphotography #travelling #travelholic #traveling #traveler #travelgram #instamontreal #travel_drops #iphonex A post shared by LB (@blee_bubu) on Jun 28, 2019 at 4:59pm PDT\nContinuing our tour of Old Montreal, we stumble on the beautiful Place Jacques-Cartier. This public square/street is one of the busiest ones in the city because it's the entrance to the Old Port of Montreal. Look out for street performers!\nRue de la Commune\nView this post on Instagram Brunante sur De La Commune / Dusk on De La Commune / Anochecer en la calle De La Commune #vieuxmontreal #montreal #quebec #quebecoriginal #mtlblog #mtl #livemontreal #made_in_mtl #thisMTL #mtlview #mtlawards #narcitymontreal #nikon #nikon_canada #heritage #nightphotography #bluehour A post shared by Pierre D'Amours (@pierre_damours_photo) on Jan 24, 2016 at 1:25pm PST\nRue de la Commune is the main waterfront street of the Old Port. The Insta shots are endless as you can see two museums, a giant market, Cirque du Soleil, zipline, and sometimes cruise ships...and you haven't even walked four blocks. Very touristy, but super worth it.\nRue Saint-Jacques\nView this post on Instagram Business inquiries only. A post shared by Paula Vukusic (@paulavukusic) on May 6, 2018 at 12:44pm PDT\nOne of the longest streets in Montreal is home to the city's financial district and borders the Old Port. Saint-Jacques is lined with endless old buildings, parks, beautiful views, and so much more. Maybe just avoid the Western tip unless you're into auto body shops and "hourly rate" motels.\nRue du Square Victoria\nView this post on Instagram A nice art nouveau moment A post shared by Czarina (@welcometoczarbucks) on Jul 8, 2019 at 6:27pm PDT\nStepping out of the Old Port by walking up Ave McGill, you'll stumble upon the centre of Montreal's financial district, Square Victoria. This downtown square is like a little slice of Paris in Montreal. Sometimes, you might even see protesters or cosplayers!\nVoie Camillien-Houde\nView this post on Instagram Bit of a hangover for the cyclovia A post shared by Nichols Barracobrauder (@capt_scott84) on Jul 16, 2017 at 8:05am PDT\nThough Mayor Valerie Plante unsuccessfully wanted to make this road up Mont-Royal a bike-only street, it's still worth biking or driving or even hiking up the many winding paths of this road to see spectacular views of Montreal.\nRue du Square Saint-Louis\nView this post on Instagram Les maisons du plateau | 05.05.19 #Montreal #Quebec #Travel #City #Urban #archi #monument #archilovers #Travelgram #InstaTravel #mytravelgram #Globetrotter #PassionPassport #DiscoverEverything #TravelingTheWorld #DiscoverEurope #ExploreEverything #View #ExploreEurope #Travelphotography #picoftheday #iger #instagramer #photography #photolovers #instagood A post shared by Benjamin Barbiero (@benjbarb) on May 16, 2019 at 6:55am PDT\nWelcome to the Plateau and to yet another square! This tiny set of streets runs along one of the nicest squares in Montreal. It also boasts some of the most incredible houses in town. Dream homes, I tell ya.\nRue Prince-Arthur Est\nView this post on Instagram #Graffiti #montreal #streetart A post shared by Yasmine Nassar (@ynass) on Jun 20, 2019 at 5:57am PDT\nAfter you're done admiring the houses around the square, walk down the block to Prince-Arthur Est, a pedestrian-only avenue that is lined with restaurants, shops, and beautiful street art. It's bustling in the summer!\nAvenue du Parc\nView this post on Instagram Almost got run over to get a picture...😬 #idiot #amaturestuntphotography #MTL. Passer proche se faire happer par une voiture pour capter une photo. Bravo. A post shared by Maxim Roy (@maximroy_) on Jun 25, 2015 at 8:06pm PDT\nParc Avenue is Montreal's major North-South street that runs through four of the most Instagrammable neighbourhoods in Montreal: the Plateau, the Mile-End, Outremont, and Parc-Extension. Take the 80 and hit every major street, you'll be glad you did. You can also stop and catch the sunset in Parc Jeanne-Mance.\nAvenue Calixa-Lavallée\nView this post on Instagram 🍁🌞🍂🌞🍁🌞🍂 #parclafontaine #plateaumontroyal #boquebec #insidemontreal #montrealview #automne #mtlblog #mtlstop #tv_colors #mtlpromos #jogging #pocket_colors #narcitymontreal #quebec #leafcolors #goodlifemtl #tourcanada #arrondissementplateaumontroyal #explorecanada #quebecenphotos #montreal #parcmontreal #pocket_canada #so_montreal #automn #pocket_canada #tourismequebec #clicquebec #quebeccolors_official A post shared by Richard Guay (@rick.guay) on Oct 21, 2017 at 3:41am PDT\nThis tiny little street shouldn't really qualify as a street because it's simply the entrance to Parc Lafontaine! But hey, who am I to argue with the city of Montreal?\nAvenue du Musée\nView this post on Instagram The colourful Museum Street downtown Montreal special edition: Thierry Mugler 🤩🌈❤️💙🖤 #montrealjetaime #montreal #mtl #mbam #art #mtlmoments #museumofart #montreall #montreality #artsy #montrealcity #514 #mtlview #downtown #qc #museum #thierrymugler #montrealmoments #mtlblog #narcitymontreal #colourful #summer #canada #july #streetsof514 #canada🇨🇦 #downtownmtl #tourismemontreal #downtownmontreal #colors A post shared by Vincent 🌈| Montréal🇨🇦 (@veveordie) on Jul 2, 2019 at 4:41am PDT\nWelcome to downtown Montreal where there's no parking but the Instagram potential is huge! Just off Sherbrooke (more on that below), this tiny pedestrian-only street is in front of Montreal's Museum of Fine Arts and serves as an outdoor extension to the art inside.\nRue Sherbrooke Ouest/Est\nView this post on Instagram I might or might not have a slight obsession with flowers. 🌷🌷🌷 • • • #spring#flowers#yellow#tulips#springbloom#summer#architecture#old#building#history#travel#travelblogger#visit#sightseeing#city#walk#fashion#fashionblogger#outfit#inspiration#outfitinspo#ootd#pink#skirt#girly#clothing#montreal A post shared by @ alademoiselle on May 13, 2019 at 3:15pm PDT\nSherbrooke Street is one of the longest in Montreal, at over 30 kilometres in distance. It cuts through some of the best neighbourhoods in Montreal including N.D.G. and the East End. There's so much to do on Sherbrooke and so many spots to capture the perfect Insta!\nRue Saint-Catherine Ouest/Est\nView this post on Instagram Montreal ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜💖 A post shared by Carol Sampaio (@sampaio_carol) on May 21, 2019 at 2:29pm PDT\nAh, Sainte-Catherine. As a local and as someone who's worked on it, I'm not a huge fan. Still, though, it's the downtown street and you'd be silly not to go take an Insta shot under the Gay Village balls.\nBoulevard Saint-Laurent\nView this post on Instagram Current mood💃🏻 A post shared by Maria Fernanda Colmenares (@mariafcolm) on May 5, 2019 at 6:10pm PDT\nArguably as Montreal's party central, Saint-Laurent, or The Main, is one of the oldest and most storied streets in the city. From Chinatown to Little Italy, I mean, who doesn't have a late-night escapade story on The Main? If you don't, go make one.\nRue Saint-Urbain\nView this post on Instagram 🌞 #montrealstyle A post shared by Molly Ferland 🌎 (@molly.ferland) on Aug 1, 2017 at 8:06pm PDT\nAnother one of Montreal's most legendary streets, Saint-Urbain was once the pulse of the city's Jewish and Portuguese communities. These days, hipsters have to deal with high rent prices from surly landlords, so nothing has really changed. Saint-Urbain is packed with restaurants, street art, bars, and much else. Grab a pic on the classic Montreal stairs for your feed.\nRue Crescent\nView this post on Instagram 👋🏻 A post shared by Hugo Dumas (@hugodumas) on Oct 27, 2018 at 12:57pm PDT\nThis one might give The Main a run for its money as Montreal's party central. Most of the most well-known clubs and bars in town are on Crescent. Oh yeah, there's a Leonard Cohen mural, too, you might miss it though, stay vigilant.\nRue University\nView this post on Instagram just posing with my mains A post shared by Grace Landry (@graciegurlie) on Apr 1, 2015 at 2:29pm PDT\nYou can't beat the view up or down this steep downtown street. It's kind of dull at first glance, but walking it will offer you some cool urban shots and excellent views, especially in the right light.\nAvenue McGill College\nView this post on Instagram 🏙️🤗💖 #montrealcity 📷:@bae.paloma A post shared by Belén Baeza (@mabe_2312) on Sep 7, 2018 at 11:41am PDT\nLike University, this street has an excellent view walking downhill or uphill but the real gems are the tree-lined medians that are lit up during the holidays and the walk through McGill's campus.\nRue Peel\nView this post on Instagram Getting ready for the big night! 👀 A post shared by Mandy Richardson (Mandyland) (@mandylandrocks) on Jun 10, 2019 at 4:44pm PDT\nSome of the best bars and most chic restaurants in Montreal are found on Peel Street. If you walk all the way downhill, you'll hit the old industrial section of Griffintown along with its stunning photos of decaying architecture and machinery.\nAvenue Atwater\nView this post on Instagram le marché matinal ～ ～ ～ ～ ～ ～ #mtlbuildings #mtlphoto #mtlview #mtlblogger #mtlsummer #mtlphotography #minimalint #mtl A post shared by 💀EnzoYu (@enzoyd) on May 8, 2019 at 6:13am PDT\nFollow Atwater all the way down and you'll be in Saint-Henri, one of Montreal's most Instagrammable neighbourhoods. Along with the Atwater Market and the Lachine Canal, make sure you have a ton of storage on your phone!\nRue Queen Mary\nView this post on Instagram ⛪️ #Montreal #Canada A post shared by Linzee Roca (@linz_double_e) on Nov 25, 2016 at 11:42am PST\nThough it's a cute street, there's not all that much to see and do on Queen Mary.Although, there is Saint-Joseph's Oratory, Canada's largest church. It's stunning! Definitely not a bad backdrop for a couple Snaps.\nAvenue Monkland\nView this post on Instagram Got my horses in da back 😎🐎 A post shared by Raph (@raph.tremblay) on Apr 21, 2019 at 7:05pm PDT\nMonkland is a great spot to go in the summer for Instagram shots because it has fantastic street art, cute restaurants, cute cafes, and whole lotta dogs walking around.\nRue Wellington\nView this post on Instagram Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs church (Verdun, Montréal) #church #montreal #verdun #montrealpics #montrealarchitecture #montrealheritage #montrealbuildings #ruewellington #pixel3 #teampixel #googlepixel3 #pixel3photography A post shared by Danny Lake-Giguere (@dannylakegiguere) on May 7, 2019 at 10:30pm PDT\nWellington runs through the Sud-Ouest and Verdun which are two of the most up-and-coming neighbourhoods in Montreal. The main street in the South is one of the best in the city for capturing that perfect moment!\nRue Saint-Patrick\nView this post on Instagram We have this abandoned factory that can be quite the eyesore during the day. But at sunset.... #sunset #sunset_pics #sunset_vision #sunset_lovers #sunset_united #abandonedplaces #abandoned_places #abandonedsunset #abandoned_factory #sunsetporn #sunsetview #montrealsunset #montrealcanal #montrealsky #montreal_gallery #mtlcanal #mtl_photo #mtl_gallery #mtlmoments #sunset_super_pics #sunset_captures #sunset_lover #sunset_hub #sonya6000 #12mm #rokinon12mm #sonya6000 #sonynobaloney #sonyphotography A post shared by Dave Handelman (@dhand_o_fate) on Jul 3, 2018 at 6:21am PDT\nSaint-Patrick runs along the Lachine Canal in Pointe-Saint-Charles and boasts stunning shots of decaying architecture and even a couple of microbreweries. Urbex fans will have a blast here!\nBoulevard Lasalle\nView this post on Instagram Broken Wave trailing through the tide in the only ways i know. A post shared by Fabio Zacc 🏃🏻 (@fabiozacc) on Jun 10, 2019 at 3:46pm PDT\nIf you're less into selfies and more into stunning shots of natural landscapes, then you've come to the right street. This street overlooks the Fleuve Saint-Laurent and if you walk West, you'll end up at the Lachine Rapids where you might catch some surfers!\nChemin du Tour de L'Ile\nView this post on Instagram I’ve got the whole world in my hands #Montreal #biosphere A post shared by Natalia Fedner (@nataliafedner) on May 31, 2019 at 11:47am PDT\nWhile not technically a "street", this walkway that snakes around Parc Jean-Drapeau is one of the best spots for an Instagram photoshoot in the city! Go to one of the many music festivals and have fun!\nLakeshore Drive\nView this post on Instagram Even a dull day can be made beautiful! St Joachim Parish shot from St Jean and Lakeshore. #pointeclaire #quebec #canada #beautyonadullday #beautiful #dull #meltingice #stjoachimparish #montreal #montréal #iledemontreal #islandofmontreal #edited #color #canonelph360hs #pointandshoot #pointandshootphotography A post shared by Mike Tero (@mikeytero) on Jan 19, 2017 at 12:51pm PST\nFor a quiet, quaint and historic slice of Montreal, take a drive along Lakeshore in the West Island and see the cutest suburb on the island. You'll love this place if you crave the vibe of an East Coast seaside town.\nBoulevard Gouin Ouest/Est\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Patrice Paquette (@patricepaquette) on May 18, 2016 at 3:52pm PDT\nGouin is Montreal's longest street and offers some of the best waterfront views in town. Riding along the North Shore will bring you to a myriad of nature reserves and tiny little suburbs.\nAvenue Pierre-Dupuy\nView this post on Instagram THE CONTAINER STORE A post shared by DANIEL CARLIN (@ohmycarlin) on Jul 5, 2019 at 10:37am PDT\nIf you're a fan of futuristic architecture and mind-bending engineering, you'll love this street. Yes, it's where the Habitat 67 is! Bike a little further along the street and you'll see a view of Montreal's skyline unlike no other!\nIf you haven't found your perfect Insta spot right now, I don't know what to tell you. You've got some picky taste, because Montreal truly provides endless backdrops for that perfect candid capture.\nIf you do head to any of these awesome spots, be sure to tag us in your picture and Insta story @mtlblog!