'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 offers various upscale gastronomic tours for corporate clients and business tourists, which include visits to specialty grocers, food production sites, and exclusive restaurants for tastings and stories from the chefs and entrepreneurs of each establishment. The company’s Vegan Montréal tour, in particular, brings guests to eco-responsible and sustainable eateries. Additional activities include networking events and office parties.
Discover one of Montréal’s most captivating neighbourhoods.
A Foodie’s Tour of Little Italy allows visitors to discover one of Montréal’s most captivating neighbourhoods. Little Italy boasts quaint streets, renowned restaurants and fine epicurean groceries, not to mention Jean-Talon Market, the largest open-air market in North America, where tasty samplings are part of the experience.
Tastings are included.
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 one of a kind recreational vehicle “Amphi-Bus” takes visitors through the streets of Old Montréal, onto a wonderful journey in the historical district. Then, the amphibious bus splashes into the water for a marvellous stroll on the St. Lawrence River which offers a superb view of the city.
On the daytime discovery cruise or the evening dinner cruise, the view on Montréal and the islands is breathtaking.
To witness the most beautiful panorama of Montréal, Le Bateau-Mouche offers three elegant spaces: the Chic Terrace, the Salon Prestige, and the Salle Panoramique. Enjoy the morning Sunrise Breakfast Cruise, or experience an equally pleasant excursion during the daytime. In the evening, Le Bateau-Mouche transforms to impress guests with its dinner cruise. Menus are created by the celebrity chef, Louis-François Marcotte, in collaboration with the caterers, La Brigade Volante, for a gourmet selection representing the joy and vitality of Montréal.
Visitors get to explore the streets of Old Montréal and discover its history aboard a horse-driven carriage.
By day or by night, a variety of circuits are available to visitors wishing to explore Old Montreal aboard one of these romantic horse-driven carriages. The calèches leave from place Jacques Cartier, de la Commune street, place d’Armes and sometimes even from the top of Mount Royal. A tour in the streets of the historic quarter lasts from 30 to 60 minutes and is available in English or French.