August 30, 2010 – History, architecture, gastronomy or festivals: the professionals at Visites de Montréal (VDM) have more than one trick (or city tour, in this case) up their sleeve! There’s no better way to discover Montréal’s many sides than to take to the streets in the company of multilingual, experienced guides.
Chock full of stories and gourmet stops, two tours dedicated to gastronomy – one in Old Montréal and the other at the heart of Little Italy on Saturdays from May to October – will quench your thirst for culinary knowledge while whetting your appetite for more!
If you are feeling playful, then the Pedestrian Rally will be right up your alley! This tour allows you to discover Montréal as you engage in a friendly competition against other teams, all on the hunt for various answers and clues scattered throughout the city.
Of course you can’t go wrong with the tried-and-true traditional tour of Montréal. In fact, with VDM, you can customize your visit and even include hotel and dining reservations, or city attractions.
From the bustling Underground Pedestrian Network to the green Île Notre-Dame in the middle of the St. Lawrence River to the famous “Main” (Saint-Laurent Boulevard), you’ll get to know everything there is to know (or almost!) about Montréal’s history. You’ll learn about the good, the bad, and the unusual, all that has made Montréal what it is today: unique, endearing, vibrant and unforgettable.