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.
Professional guides for classic bus or walking tours of Old Montréal and customized programs at your convenience.
For your free independent traveller clients, guaranteed departures for walking tours of downtown (including the Quartier international) and Old Montréal. Private tour guide services also available in several other languages to allow visitors to discover Montréal and its surrounding area. Customized programs at the date and time of your convenience.
Embark upon the Cavalier Maxim and discover Montréal like never before with the help of the famous explorer, Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve.
Embark upon the Cavalier Maxim and discover Montréal like never before. Relive a page of civic history with a certified guide, who will fascinate with anecdotes and heritage facts. Guests can also take advantage of sunny terraces while relaxing and admiring the city and its surroundings.
Le Petit Navire offers you enchanting boat tours along the waterways of the Old Port of Montréal (45 min.) and the Lachine Canal (2 hours).
Le Petit Navire offers you boat tours along the waterways of the Old Port of Montréal (45 min.) and the Lachine Canal (2 hours). See Montréal from a new perspective, discover unprecedented routes, and let yourself be pampered by customized services in an authentic and festive atmosphere. An intimate excursion appropriate for the general public, tourists, corporate groups, and groups of friends.