A 75-minute, guided walking tour introducing you to main sites in downtown Montréal.
This semi-private (maximum 6 people per group) walking tour of Old Montréal lasts two hours and is offered in French or English, according to a fixed scheduled from mid-May to mid-October. The tour price includes the entrance fee to Notre-Dame Basilica, refreshments, and a tasting session.
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. The price includes the entrance fee to Notre-Dame Basilica.
A combined walking and driving tour revealing the origins of hockey and Montréal attractions.
This 4-hour tour consists of a combined walking and driving tour. Departing from your hotel, the visit includes a walk from the Bell Centre to the iconic Montreal Forum and reveals to you the actual origins of hockey as we know the sport today. This is followed by a 3-hour driving tour where you’ll discover all the main attractions Montréal has to offer.
Strap on a pair of snowshoes and follow the guide along the trails of Mount Royal. Les Amis de la montagne offers a family tour on fauna observation and a tour by the light of the city, inviting you to explore the Mountain’s trails at night.