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Old Montreal Walking Tour

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Experience the birthplace of Old Montreal on this guided walking tour. See the Notre Dame Basilica, Jacques-Cartier and see the 375 year old history!


  • Place Jacques-Cartier
  • Place Royale
  • Place d’armes
  • Notre-Dame-Basillica
  • Pointe a Calliere
  • Famous Streets: Saint-Jacques, Saint Paul, Notre-Dame, rue de la Commune
  • Hidden Courtyards
  • Old Port


  • Certified professional tourist guide


  • Food and Beverages
  • Admissions
  • Gratuities

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44% of reviewers liked this tour
Aug 18 2018
Never got to go, no tour guild, wasted my money
May 07 2018
Tour director: hard to hear, walked ahead of participants, not very knowledgeable about some buildings. He kept talking about restaurants in the area. He pointed to historic market but we didn't walk to it. If he has done this tour for so long he should be very knowledgeable. We were not impressed by him.
Apr 23 2017
Amazing tour! Rainy day but tour guide made it interesting and exciting with history! Amazing old montrèal tour!
Apr 12 2017
Very informative tour of Old Montreal. I feel like we covered a lot of ground and packed a lot of information in a short amount of time
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Experience Old Montreal’s birthplace in depth with our 1.5 hour walking tour. Exclusively offered by Gray Line Montreal, the Old Montreal Walking tour is designed to allow you to see Montreal in all its grandness, feel its energy and to know its heart. This is the sincerity of effort and dedication that separates us from the others. Old Montreal is a National Historic site of Canada not to be missed on your next visit to our beautiful city!
The tour departs and finishes at Presse Café: 904 St-Urbain corner Sainte Antoine, where our certified professional tourist guide will be waiting to greet you.
You will be guided through this quaint historical city. Be captivated as you see the progression of 375 years of history, architecture, culture and society. We invite you to discover Old Montreal in it’s entirety one step at a time!

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