Enjoy a few locally made beers, and discover neighbourhoods like the Latin Quarter, Plateau Mont-Royal, McGill Ghetto, and Square St-Louis.
Discover some of the best beers on the market in the city that has the second most breweries in the world.
An initiative to showcase the richness and diversity of Montréal history.
The Montreal Forum has gone through a lifetime of reinvention to become the multiuse entertainment centre that it is today.
Paired up in teams and armed with a map of the local area, you’ll search for ghosts in the night amid the small narrow streets of Old Montréal.
Pro or amateur golfers can practice their favorite sport on one of the two exceptional 18-hole golf courses.
9-hole golf course, par 27, 1,435 yards.
Rent a bicycle or a tandem, rollerblades or an electric scooter to explore the city and have fun.
Feel the pulse of Montréal, Québec’s largest city, and discover its main attractions, neighbourhoods, and some well-kept secrets.
A guided walk to discover the historic and natural heritage of Mount Royal and the many viewpoints from the mountain’s three summits.
Have a look at Tourisme Montréal's official Tourist Guide online!