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Longueuil Travel guide
Longueuil : Michelin's recommendations
Located on the south shore of the St. Lawrence, Longueuil was part of the seigneury granted to Charles Le Moyne in 1657. Le Moyne built a fort here, naming it Longueuil after his birthplace in Normandy. Today the city is an industrial suburb of Montreal, known for industries manufacturing aircraft parts, textiles, furniture and toys.
Tourist attractions Longueuil : Things to see and do
55. Rue Ste-élizabeth CDN - Longueuil QC J4H 1J3
This imposing stone church (1885-1887) with its single steeple and dome is actually a "co-cathedral" for the diocese of Saint-Jean-Longueuil along with the cathedral in Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu. It stands on the former site of Le Moyne's fo..
205 Chemin de Chambly CDN - Longueuil QC J4H 3L3
Built between 1794 and 1801, this stone house with its shingle roof and high chimneys originally served as a forge, but was later transformed into an inn.
CDN - Longueuil
A number of historic houses, most of them made of stone, line this picturesque section of Rue Saint-Charles. The Couvent de Longueuil (no. 70) was originally built in 1769, and a convent wing was added in 1844. The Maison Daniel-Poirier (no. 100) dat..
1055 St-Laurent Ouest CDN - Longueuil QC J4K 1E1
Near the Saint Lawrence River, this hotel in Longueuil is 4.3 km from the Casino de Montreal. A small gym is available and guest rooms provide a refrigerator and free Wi-Fi. Cozy guest rooms feature wood furniture, a desk and coffee facilities at Le..