Cosmopolitan, dynamic and trendy, Mile End is ideal for a gourmet tour.
The cosmopolitan, dynamic, and trendy Mile End district is ideal for a gourmet tour. This 2.2 km route is punctuated with picturesque establishments lined up for participants to sample the culinary specialties of here and elsewhere. Six stops are on the menu: a restaurant serving the best vegan falafel; an unparalleled Italian café; an authentic Greek pastry shop, a local butcher who sells "animal welfare" certified meat, a renowned ice cream maker, and, of course, a bagel stopover since Montréal indeed offers the best ones in the world!
History comes alive in ghost hunts that unveil the intrigues and colourful characters of Old Montréal’s past.
After night falls, explore the ghosts of historic Old Montréal...Opt for a Traditional Ghost Walk and experience a rare tour of the streets and alleys of the area! During the Traditional Ghost Walk, stroll with a storyteller and hear spooky tales and anecdotes about unexplained phenomena! Visit outdoor sites, some perhaps still haunted, where significant events occurred… Thrills guaranteed!
These professionals can assist you in organizing your activities, be it airport services, lodging or guided tours.
VDM Global DMC offers "meet and greet" services at the airport, airport transfers, lodging, transportation, guided tours, culinary tours (A Foodie's Tour of Little Italy, Flavours and Aromas of Old Montréal), companion programs, pre- and post-tours, as well as creative evening receptions. Its experienced and attentive personnel can assist clients with planning and organizing activities for their event.
Québec permit number: 702147
Member of: MPI and NTA.
Years of activity: 41
Major markets: USA and Canada.
The Vista Architecture guided bike tour rolls past unique architectural works and scenery, with a stop along the estacada to sample maple treats.
Montréal on Wheels takes cyclists from Old Montréal across the St. Lawrence River to Parc Jean-Drapeau via the “estacade,” a structure built between 1964 and 1965 to control ice formation and movements. Participants see sites and architectural gems, including the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve (Montréal’s own Formula 1 race track), Moshe Safdie’s Habitat 67, Buckminster Fuller’s Biosphère, and Alexander Calder’s stabile entitled, “Man.“ Along the way, a tasting of maple products from Canadian Maple Delights sweetens the tour.