'Round Table Tours takes you to specialty grocers, production sites, and up-scale restaurants for tastings and stories from chefs and entrepreneurs.
'Round Table Tours offer various exceptional gastronomic tours to specialty grocers, food production sites, food trucks and exclusive restaurants. Participants get to taste refined products and meet with chefs and entrepreneurs. The tours provide an out of the ordinary experience for travellers and locals alike, as well as for corporate gatherings, business tourism and networking events, and office parties.
Discover one of Montréal’s most captivating neighbourhoods.
This culinary stroll through Little Italy begins with the Jean-Talon Market. Recognized as the largest open-air market in Canada, this coveted foodie spot is the ideal place to buy local fresh produce. In addition to being charmed by the smells and atmosphere of the market, you’ll learn about its history, evolution, and cultural and culinary diversity. Your guide will lead you through the streets of Little Italy and tell you about Montréal’s Italian community, its merchants, and the development of the neighbourhood. Various tastings are on the menu. Private group tours are available upon request.
This amphibious vehicle takes visitors on a tour of Old Montreal and of the Saint Lawrence River.
The amphibious bus takes visitors through the streets of Old Montréal and then splashes into the water for a stroll on the St. Lawrence River.
On the daytime discovery cruise or the evening dinner cruise, the view on Montréal and the islands is breathtaking.
Complete your Old Montréal experience with a cruise on the Bateau-Mouche. Whether you are in the Salle Panoramique, the Salon Prestige or on the beautiful outdoor deck, Le Bateau-Mouche’s lustrous environment will charm you. Relax on a guided 60- or 90-minute day tour or be enchanted with Nordic cuisine as part of the dinner cruise experience. Enjoy summer like never before on the Bateau-Mouche.
Cyclists can discover the many contrasting areas of the city, including Westmount, St. Henri, and the Lachine Canal.
With Montréal on Wheels, cyclists can discover the many contrasts of the city, from the elegance of Westmount to the hip industrial feel of St. Henri and the Lachine Canal, not to mention a food tasting stop at the Atwater Market. Visit heritage sites and learn about the English, Scottish, and French communities that settled in the area.