Verdun is a borough in the south of Montreal, bordered by the South-West borough to the north, LaSalle to the west and by the St-Lawrence river to the south-east. The main commercial streets are Wellington and De L'Église.

Verdun is not a touristic neighborhood. However, the adventurous tourist who seeks an off-the-beaten-track destination will find peaceful streets with typical red brick triplexes, a lively main street, beautiful views of the river and restaurants well worth the detour.

Get in

The green line of the Metro has a few stations in Verdun : Lasalle, De l'Église, Verdun, Jolicoeur and Monk. These stations are about 10-20 minutes from downtown.

Verdun also hasa a few Bixi (bike-share) stations and bicycle lanes.




The main commercial streets are Wellington and De L'Église and features a mix of independent stores and chains, restaurants and services. A comprehensive listing of shop on Wellington can be found on their website. Specialty stores include :


Wellington street boasts a variety of restaurants and cafés, from fast food to very fancy fare. Here are some that might be worth a detour.

Specialty foods



In Verdun, local regulations forbids bars, so do like the locals and go to a bistro where you buy food with your drinks. A special exception was made for the Benelux Microbrewery that opened in May 2013.


Verdun is not a touristic neighborhood and does not have hotels or guest houses.

Go next

Routes through Verdun

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