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A summer in the great outdoors with Québec’s accessible and partially accessible trails

For a summer outdoors, what could be better than to explore the parks and trails? To help you plan your outings, we have compiled a list of accessible and partially accessible trails evaluated by Kéroul in recent years. Of course, […]

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Visit a Latin Quarter accessible to all

The lively Latin Quarter is popular with students, particularly on account of its friendly nightlife.

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A wheelchair tour of the Saint-Henri district

Saint-Henri is one of the neighbourhoods that make up the Montreal mosaic.

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A wheelchair tour of Little Italy and the Jean-Talon Market

“Experience the emotion” is the slogan of Little Italy, a neighbourhood with a thousand and one flavours, shaped by the city’s first Italian immigrants, back in the 19th century. The neighbourhood has retained its irresistible charm over the years. The courtyards are overflowing with tomato plants and grapevines, soccer is a way of life and the unique aroma of cappuccinos mingles with the scent of simmering sauces. La dolce vita!

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Explore the Quartier International by wheelchair

An economic project, but also an urban design project where public art is in the spotlight, the Quartier International is known for its many financial and international organizations.

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