For an unforgettable three-hour gourmet experience of great value, hop on board for dinner from a team of experienced and dedicated professionals.
With menus created by celebrity chef, Louis-François Marcotte, in collaboration with owner Benoit Hogue’s renowned caterers, La Brigade Volante, the Dinner Cruise offers six meal options served by a team of experienced and dedicated professionals. The artisanal cheeses from Fromagerie Chaput are once again featured on the Prestige and Gourmet menu options this year. For an unforgettable three-hour fine-dining experience of great value, hop on board and head to the Chic Terrace, the Salon Prestige, and the Salle Panoramique.
An enchanting, maritime culinary experience aboard the Cavalier Maxim with stunning views of the city from the St. Lawrence River.
Discover the charms of a dinner cruise on the Cavalier Maxim with stunning panoramic views of the city from the St. Lawrence River. This maritime culinary experience offers exceptional service and dishes prepared entirely aboard the ship. From 9 p.m., passengers are invited to dance under the stars.
An enchanting three-hour Montréal neighbourhood adventure.
This tour lasts three hours and can accommodate groups of up to six people. Walk through a wonderful Montréal neighborhood for charming photo ops, history lessons, and the best activities to do in the area. Rest stops are at typical local cafés, outdoor patios, and other venues of interest. A veritable neighbourhood adventure.
A 75-minute, guided walking tour introducing you to main sites in downtown Montréal.
This 75-minute, guided walking tour shows you the best of downtown Montréal. Enjoy history, architecture, and anecdotes. You’ll visit main sites like Dorchester Square, Place Ville-Marie, the Gare centrale (Central Station), Square Victoria, Montréal's World Trade Centre, and the Palais des congrès (Convention Center) among others.
Dyad offers electric bike, scooter, and regular bike rentals and sales, as well as two-wheel cultural tours of Montréal.
Dyad is a one stop shop where scooters can be rented and where patrons can sign up for guided scooter tours of Montréal. These entertaining cultural outings (including food tastings) offer participants the chance to ride scooters through the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Easy to ride with no driver's license required for participants over 18-years-old, the scooters give visitors a hands-on, exhilarating, memorable, and fun experience of Montréal. The shop is closed annually from January to March.