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Montreal 48 Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Montreal 48 Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
Montreal 48 Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
Montreal 48 Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Tour by 12019
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Enjoy two days to hop-on and hop-off throughout Montreal to see everything the city has to offer, like the Notre Dame Basilica, Old Montreal and more

2 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation


  • Dorchester Square
  • Old Montreal
  • Place Jacques Cartier
  • Old Port
  • Square Victoria
  • Place Ville Marie
  • Chinatown
  • Village
  • Latin Quarter
  • Quartier des Spectacles
  • Downtown
  • Fine Arts Museum
  • McCord Museum
  • McGill University
  • Saint Joseph’s Oratory
  • Mount-Royal Park


  • Round Trip Transportation
  • Taxes

  • Food and Beverages
  • Admissions
  • Gratuities

Please Note

  • This ticket is good for two consecutive calendar days from 10:00am - 4:00pm

From US$43

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Montreal 48 Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

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Discover Montreal by allowing us to chauffeur you around in our London style double decker busses. Your ticket is valid for two consecutive days so that you can take your time exploring this diverse city.

Bask in the glory of the Notre Dame Basilica, stroll through Chinatown, and walk along the water of the Old Port. Be inspired and spend an afternoon at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Plan your evening and scope out the best bars and restaurants along Crescent Street.

With 10 different places to hop-on or hop-off there is no shortage of things to do and places to see. This hop-on hop-off tour is a unique and informative way to experience Montreal!

  • Square Dorchester
  • Old Montreal: Notre Dame Basilica
  • Old Montreal: Pointe-à-Callière Museum
  • Village
  • Latin Quarter
  • Festival Quarter
  • Fine Arts Museum
  • Saint Joseph’s Oratory
  • Mont-Royal: Kondiaronk Lookout
  • Mont-Royal: Camillien Houde Lookout


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4.1 / 5   overall customer review rating
a Gray Line customer
Jul 18 2019
The tour itself was fantastic. The tour guide was very knowledgable and made the tour enjoyable, as he was funny and engaging with the audience.
Chris Burton
Jun 26 2019
Great but sometimes hard to hear
a Gray Line customer
Jun 22 2019
Great guide, very convenient.
Karen Tessman
Jun 16 2019
Saw highlights of Montreal. Guide had lots of pride in her city. Not much humor or anecdotes along the way. Expected a little more entertaining...
Oct 30 2018
Good route, covers lots of ground and we liked the option of using it the second day to get around. Your experience definitely depends on your tour guide; we had a good one but when we switched busses the other guide was abismal. Our recommendation would be to get off the bus and wait for a better guide if you’re faced with a similar situation. Also, although it was cold we sat up top as on the double decker busses the bottom floor doesn’t have great visibility. Overall, we had a good experience with our first tour guide and enjoyed the fact that she gave a bilingual and entertaining tour.
Sarah Rice
Oct 26 2018
The actual double-decker tour ride through Montreal was good, but it skipped whole neighborhoods, like the Mile End and the Plateau. Otherwise, was good. The worst part of the whole experience was the "where to get the bus"--the lack of instructions and lack of signage are bizarre and easy for Gray Line to fix. We tried to pick up the bus at the Dorchester Square location (stop 1). I even called to ask where exactly to meet. We got to the building and saw a sign for Gray Line Tour pick-up so we stopped there to wait...and wait...I took it upon myself to go inside the building and find the tourist office where I was informed you had to "check in" there (not written anywhere on the e-tickets/voucher I was sent?) and that the actual double-decker bus pick up was on the OTHER side of the building. No signs anywhere about any of this. Nor any clear signs as to where the bathrooms are in the building (small ones on the floor inside the tourism office). As a museum professional who works on this stuff for a living, I am baffled why Gray Line doesn't do a clearer job communicating easy things through print/signage. Once you get on the bus, it's fun! Good luck!
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