Located in the heart of the bicycle network in the Sud-Ouest borough of the island of Montréal, it follows the canal for 14.5 km, from the Bonaventure Expressway west of the Old Port to Chemin du Musée in Lachine.
It played a major role in the city’s development and can now be explored by bike or foot.
Hotel management, food service and tourism techniques are taught at this bilingual collegial institution.
A five-level maze is the setting for this live action high-tech adventure.
Take a trip back in time to New France and enjoy Amerindian dishes, local Québec products and grilled game.
A betting parlour offering simulcasting technologies with sharp imagery of horse races in North America, Asia, and Australia.
Le Petit Navire offers you enchanting boat tours along the waterways of the Old Port of Montréal (45 min.) and the Lachine Canal (2 hours).
Les amis de la montagne protects and enhances Mount Royal through community involvement and environmental education.
This splendid lighting was especially designed to emphasize the elegant architecture of the historical buildings.
To get around town in style, take advantage of the ultra comfortable vehicles and quality professional services.
Have a look at Tourisme Montréal's official Tourist Guide online!