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.
Experience local life with unique, private, and custom tours exposing some of the city’s best kept secrets.
Excursions Montréal, by André Saint-Amant, offers unique and custom tours on foot, by vehicle, or both. In his company, visitors enjoy the "Grand Tour of Montréal," a classic introduction to the must-see attractions of the city. The exclusive "Origins and Legends of Hockey" tour is also offered, as well as other tours adaptable to your interests. Available in English, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Fitz & Follwell Co. offers bike rentals, winter excursions, and private and group tours for a fun, affordable, and informative way to visit Montréal!
Fitz and Follwell Co. offers a variety of Montréal tours throughout the year. In the summer, six biking tours are available, and in the winter, the company offers a walking tour of Mount Royal as well as a pedestrian circuit exploring the city’s underground network. All year-round, a gastronomic tour on foot explores the flavours of the different immigrant communities that settled along St-Laurent Boulevard, while another strolling excursion retraces the sites treasured by the much celebrated Montréal writer, Mordecai Richler.
Progressive dinners, cooking demonstrations and culinary tours are on the menu.
Flavours and Aromas of Old Montréal is an authentic discovery of the culinary, cultural and historical charms of the oldest district of Montréal, through its small and narrow cobblestone streets. Food boutiques open their doors for you to taste their delicacies as a guide from VDM Global explains the influence of the Amerindians and the nuns on Montréal food habits, and how the World Expo in 1967 brought exotic cuisine to tables across the city.
Private group tours available upon request.
Discover Old Montréal’s historic sites and enjoy the district’s charming European feel with true stories that can’t be found in a guidebook.
Discover the essential historic sites of Old Montréal and enjoy the district’s charming European feel with unbelievable and true stories that can’t be found in a guidebook. This tour lasts 75 minutes, and the cost is what you voluntarily contribute to your professional guide. The tour begins at Place d’Armes and its many landmarks, and continues on to the Place Jacques-Cartier (a shining symbol of the city’s two cultures), the Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours Chapel (also known as the Sailors’ Chapel), and much more, all against the backdrop of yesteryear.