What To Expect
Discover spectacular Montreal through its hundreds historic and cultural treasures while you listen to uninterrupted commentary from a friendly, knowledgeable guide. Some of the wonderful places you'll visit are listed below:
Enjoy a journey through time as you visit Old Montreal, nestled between the St. Lawrence seaway and the downtown skyscrapers. Founded in 1642, this old town is a main attraction for visitors and locals alike, with its many boutiques and restaurants.
Created for the Summer Olympic Games in 1976, it is truly an architectural masterpiece. Its tower is the tallest inclined in the world, at 175m (574ft).
This enchanting park offers an impressive view of the city below. It has hosted many outdoor activities for over 100 years.
The oratory boasts an Italian Renaissance style basilica--the largest in Canada--and is dedicated to the country's patron saint. Its founder performed many miracles here in the early 1900's and still today, millions of visitors come to visit. Brother Andre was approved for sainthood in early 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI
Montreal Harbour - See the river that brought the first settlers here
Bonsecours Market Building - Once the main marketplace now offers outdoor dining and boutiques-a great place to feel the spirit of the city
Place Jacques Cartier - A historic square in the heart of Old Montreal
City Hall - Appointed as a National Historic Site of Canada
Place Ville Marie - Montreal's first modern skyscraper
Place des Arts - A major performing arts centre
McGill University - The top research university in Canada
Chinatown - Catch a glimpse of the pedestrian walkway
The Universite de Montreal - The largest university in Quebec
Round trip transportation
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Children below 5 years old are free of charge provided no seat is occupied and if accompanied by a paying adult.
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