Discover some of the best beers on the market.
Montréal is the Canadian destination of choice for lovers of craft beer, and the Montréal Craft Beer Tours invite you to discover some of the best beers out there. Visit three unique and renowned craft breweries, taste six exceptional beers of varied types, and delight in a gastronomic mix of cheese, maple syrup, and craft beers. The tour is also a great opportunity to meet people from across the globe and see the Quartier Latin, Plateau Mont-Royal, Square Saint-Louis, and one very special green alley.
An initiative to showcase the richness and diversity of Montréal history.
Through techno-historic circuits, leave no cobblestone unturned as you discover the history of Old Montréal. Over 80 nocturnal projections, augmented reality experiences, and points of interest are accessible via a free mobile application. An activity available anytime, day or night.
You’ll search for ghosts in the night amid the small narrow streets of Old Montréal.
With a seasoned storyteller, discover the legends, mysteries, sordid stories and unexplained phenomena that haunted and still haunt the streets and alleys of the Old Montreal. Expect to encounter two ghosts that will give you the shivers.
Rent a bicycle or a tandem, rollerblades or an electric scooter to explore the city and have fun.
In the heart of Old Montréal along the bike path leading to the city's major parks and cycling trails, Montréal On Wheels rents out an array of bicycles, including tandems, as well as child trailers and rollerblades. The centre offers guided bike tours for individuals and groups and organizes activities for up to 100 participants, with special rates available for meeting planners, travel agencies, wholesalers, and tour operators. Montréal On Wheels also provides bike tours focused on history. These run from May to October (reservations required) and last between 1,5 hours and 2,5 hours (12 to 16 km).
Feel the pulse of Montréal, Québec’s largest city, and discover its main attractions, neighbourhoods, and some well-kept secrets.
Feel the pulse of Québec’s largest city and discover its main attractions as well as some well-kept secrets. A tasting stop at St-Viateur Bagel provides participants with a sampling of the classic Montréal bagel. Also on the menu—scenic wonders and commentary on the history of Montréal’s architecture and life in its various neighbourhoods, including the Old Port, Old Montréal, the Quartier Latin, Parc La Fontaine, and the Plateau Mont-Royal.