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.
An entertaining walk through the neighbourhood where the city entertains.
Trace the footsteps of the great events that have woven the urban fabric and spirit of the Quartier des spectacles, from Red Light district times to the period of recent developments that have turned the space into a vast open-air performance space.
A fascinating, 90-minute, guided walking tour through the eastern part of Old Montréal featuring numerous historical sites.
Discover the eastern part of Old Montréal on this fascinating 90-minute walking tour. An expert guide takes you to numerous historical sites, including Notre-Dame Basilica, the Cours Le Royer, and Marché Bonsecours. Soak up French European charm in one of North America’s oldest urban areas.
A 3-hour guided culinary tour through historic Old Montréal.
This 3-hour guided walking tour brings you on a culinary voyage through Montréal’s most historical district. You’ll walk on European-style cobblestone streets to six different tasting locations, ranging from a local gluten-free baker to an authentic English-style fish 'n' chips shop to venues serving up traditional Québécois fare. Along the way, you’ll visit sites and learn about the city's culture and history.
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.