Montreal's Le Plateau Ranked #5 Sexiest Neighbourhood On Earth

Beating out Barcelona and Paris!
Montreal's Le Plateau Ranked #5 Sexiest Neighbourhood On Earth

We all know that Montreal is a pretty beautiful place. Not only in regards to location, what with all the amazing architecture and street art, but when it comes to the people too. Yep, Montreal is a city of good lookin' folk and we're not afraid to say it.

And FINALLY we're starting to get some recognition for it. The Thrillest just recently put out a list for the sexiest neighbourhoods on earth, and while we didn't rank first (though we probably should've) Montreal's Le Plateau did slide in at #5. Here is the list collectively so far.

1. Ipanema

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2. Gan Hahashmal

Tel Aviv, Israel

3. SoHo

New York City, USA

4. Quadrilatero della Moda

Milan, Italy

5. Le Plateau-Mont Royal

Montreal, Canada

6. Tamarama

Sydney, Australia

7. Palermo Soho

Buenos Aires, Argentina

8. El Born

Barcelona, Spain

9. Saint-Germain-des-Pres

Paris, France

10. Shimokitazawa

Tokyo, Japan

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