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Walking tours (Chinatown)

Chinatown is pretty small so it's a quick visit. You should start at the Complexe Guy-Favreau's courtyard gardens (you can access the gardens through the Complexe from the north or through the ouutside stairs on the south-west side of the Complexe) then walk down the south-west stairs, pass by the Chinese mission, to the park in front of the Palais des Congrès (where most large conventions are held). You'll then be on de la Gauchetière street (just east of Jeanne-Mance). Then walk east on de la Gauchetière and stop at the different gift shops along the way (or at a restaurant) all the way to St-Laurent blvd, then turn north (left) up St-Laurent blvd. where most food markets are located. That's it.

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