Limousine service, shopping, dining, sights, spa treatments, and more.
For nearly 20 years after sunset, Old Montréal has been adorned with light, welcoming night strolls for exploring its architectural heritage. Light showcases iconic buildings, like the Marché Bonsecours and Hôtel de Ville, and provides a magical atmosphere to thoroughfares and squares, including De La Commune and Sainte-Hélène Streets and the Place Royale.
A 75-minute, guided walking tour introducing you to main sites in downtown Montréal.
Available by reservation only and in French and English, this 120-minute walking tour is semi-private (maximum 6 people per group). Enjoy a unique and personalized experience accompanied by a professional guide. Rich in historical, architectural, and anecdotal information, the tour takes you through Old Montréal, from Place d'Armes to Place Jacques-Cartier, via Notre-Dame and Saint-Paul Streets, and ends at Place Royale. The tour includes entrance fees to Notre-Dame Basilica, a refreshment, a tasting break, and a 50% discount on admission fees at Pointe-à-Callière Museum.
A 90-minute, guided walking tour through the western part of Old Montréal featuring Notre-Dame Basilica, Place d'Youville, and other landmarks.
Move off the beaten track and explore Old Montréal’s western side on foot with a professional guide. Relive, in particular, Montréal’s economic vitality of the 19th century, and witness the current dynamism of the city, thanks to this fascinating 90-minute journey. Whether you’re a tourist or a Montrealer, this urban stroll, filled with historical, architectural, and anecdotal information, will help you discover an area rich in hidden treasures.