A cross between a New York and Parisian cabaret, it features a menu of fusion cuisine with a variety of dishes.
On the daytime discovery cruise or the evening dinner cruise, the view on Montréal and the islands is breathtaking.
Take a bike when you need one, and leave it at any station when you arrive at your destination.
Docked at the Quays of the Old Port, the floating spa, Bota Bota, welcomes urbanites into a quiet and peaceful haven.
Activities galore at this venue, along with a reception hall that can accommodate up to 300 people.
Visitors can expect great entertainment at the slot machines, gaming tables and restaurants of this beautiful venue.
Discover the best kept secrets of Restaurant Europea’s chefs in a thematic culinary workshop.
Courses and workshops on chocolate and pastries for professionals and the general public.
The Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve not only hosts the Grand Prix du Canada, but also welcomes biking, in-line skating, jogging, and walking enthusiasts.
Cyclists can discover the many contrasting areas of the city, including Westmount, St. Henri, and the Lachine Canal.