Lush with cobblestones, historical buildings and an incredible view of the city, visiting Old Montreal is like stepping back in time. Come to this area to check out the European architecture, the Old Port, the Notre Dame Basilica and of course the Château Frontenac, one of Montreal’s grandest and oldest hotels. Parking in Old Montreal is generally available above ground starting with WhereiPark at $100-$200 per month.

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Monthly Parking Rates in Montreal

The monthly parking rates in Montreal can vary from $180 to $400 based on location and amenities. Review available parking options below and book a spot that works best for your budget.

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Address Intersection Price Type
720 Rue Saint Maurice Rue Saint Maurice y Rue Saint Henri $317.39 Monthly Parking Book Now
800 Rue du Square Victoria Rue du Square Victoria Rue Saint-Jacques $273.97 Monthly Parking Book Now
800 Rue du Square Victoria Rue du Square Victoria Rue Saint-Jacques $400.09 Monthly Parking Book Now

Spots near Old Montreal

Intersection Address Price
Rue Saint Maurice y Rue Saint Henri 720 Rue Saint Maurice $317.39
Rue du Square Victoria Rue Saint-Jacques 800 Rue du Square Victoria $273.97
Rue du Square Victoria Rue Saint-Jacques 800 Rue du Square Victoria $400.09

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Information About Parking in Montreal

Montreal has more people commuting into work with their cars than Toronto - Canada's largest city. Montreal has 1.5 cars for every person. And, Montreal has a commute time that's 7 minutes longer than the national average. Montreal is a huge city that relies heavily on cars as their primary form of transportation. WhereiPark makes it even easier to rely on the car as we make it easier to park your car. While street parking does exist within the city, finding a space can be tough, and most metered spots have a 2 hour max. Paying for a monthly parking spot is often more cost-effective than expensive daily rates or risking a ticket that will on average cost you about $80.

Old Montreal Parking Statistics

  • 69.1% people of from Montreal use a car, truck, or van as their main form of transportation (roughly 2% higher than Toronto) even though the average commute distance for Montrealans are shorter
  • Montreal's average commute is 7 minutes longer than the national average of 29 minutes at 36 minutes
  • Parking illegally in Montreal can you a ticket that will cost anywhere from $79 to $308
  • The number of cars and SUVs exceeded 1.9 million in 2018. This means that there are 1.5 cars for every person in Montreal
  • Over 1.2 million people in Montreal take their cars to work while only 415,705 people use public transit

Old Montreal Parking FAQs

1. How much is parking in Montreal?

Monthly parking rates varies based on the location and amenities of the lot, however monthly rates in Montreal can go from $180 to $400. 24-hour rates can range from $12 to $20, while street metered parking in downtown Montreal is $3/hour with a 2 hour parking limit.

2. Is parking free on Sundays in Montreal?

The new parking meters in black and blue are NOT free on Sundays. The older parking meters were free, but they have been mostly replaced by the newer black and blue ones in downtown Montreal.

3. What is considered Old Montreal?

Old Montreal sits between the St Lawrence River and downtown Montreal. It covers about one square km. Its boundaries are roughly Rue Saint-Antoine, the St. Lawrence River, Rue Berri, and Rue McGill.