Montreal City Tour
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Montreal City Tour by Brewtenant_Dan
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Montreal City Tour

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

This guided tour of Montreal will show you the special characteristics that make the city unique, including Old Montreal, Notre Dame Basilica and more

Highlights

  • Old Montreal
  • Olympic Stadium
  • Mount Royal Park Lookout
  • St. Joseph's Oratory
  • Montreal Harbour
  • Bonsecours Market Building
  • Place Jacques Cartier
  • Notre Dame Basilica
  • City Hall
  • Place Ville Marie
  • Place des Arts
  • Fine Arts Museum
  • Habitat 67
  • Saint Helen’s Island
  • Our Lady Queen of the World Cathedral
  • Golden Square Mile
  • McGill University
  • Chinatown
  • The Universite de Montreal

Inclusions

  • Round Trip Transportation
  • Hotel Pickup from Hotels in the downtown and Old Montreal Area
  • Taxes

Exclusions

  • Food and Beverages
  • Admissions
  • Gratuities

Please Note

  • Please note that hotel pickups start 1 hour prior to tour departure

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Jan 19 2019
I it was very cold and on first stop driver left bus and we had to wait outside for ten minutes. Some confusion on confirming by email. Staff was super friendly.
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Jan 05 2019
Already stated in previous comments
reviewed by Michael Fioravanti
Jan 04 2019
muito prático, fácil acesso pela internet
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Jan 02 2019
Tour guide did an outstanding job!
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ITINERARY

Experience an overview of Montréal and its historical sites where you will discover all of the characteristics this city has to offer. Our charming tour guide will present you with one of the world’s largest French speaking cities with numerous museums (McCord Museum, Grévin Museum and Pointe-à-Callière Museum) restaurants, and shops.

Your tour will include stops at the city's most captivating attractions where you can have time to take memorable pictures.

Old Montréal — Enjoy a journey through time as you visit Old Montréal, 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. It is in this part of the city where you will find the Notre-Dame-Basilica. Built in 1824, this church is amidst the most impressive landmarks in the world. Its original stained glass windows paint a story of Montréal’s religious history.

Olympic Stadium — Created for the Summer Olympic Games in 1976, it is truly an architectural masterpiece. Its tower, integrated into the base, is the tallest inclined in the world, at 165m (539ft).

Mount Royal Park Lookout — This enchanting park offers an impressive view of the city below. It has provided many outdoor activities for over 100 years.

Saint Joseph's Oratory — An Italian Renaissance style basilica which is the largest in Canada and is dedicated to the country’s patron saint. Its founder, Brother André had performed many miracles here in the early 1900’s and still today, millions of visitors come to visit. Brother André was canonized in 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI.

Pickup & Starting Points

Please see detailed pickup and starting point information when you complete your booking.

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