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Montreal: 3.5-Hour Guided Bus Tour

1. Montreal: 3.5-Hour Guided Bus Tour

Discover Montreal by bus and admire over 200 points of interest in the vibrant Canadian city. Your bilingual guide will tell you all about each place you visit, offering insights and historical background as you go. Stroll through charming Old Montreal for a panoramic view of the Old Port, and admire Place Jacques Cartier in the heart of this historical area. Located between the St. Lawrence River and downtown, Old Montreal is the center of the city and offers a fascinating glimpse into Montreal's past. See prestigious McGill University and Universite de Montreal, then stop by Montreal's City Hall before heading to vibrant Montreal Harbor, an ocean port 1,000 miles (1,600 km) from the sea. Enjoy beautiful views of the city from Mont Royal Park as you stand next to the massive basilica of St. Joseph's Oratory at the park summit. The bus will also take you to Chinatown, the Place Des Arts performing arts center, and the Place Ville Marie underground luxury shopping center. See the tallest inclined building in the world at Olympic Park and admire the new home of the Montreal Canadien ice hockey team at the Bell Centre. See all there is to see in Montreal's French Quarter, and residential and financial districts as you get to know this fascinating French Canadian city.

From Montreal: Quebec City and Montmorency Falls Day Trip

2. From Montreal: Quebec City and Montmorency Falls Day Trip

Explore the sights and history of Quebec City on a hassle-free guided day trip from Montreal. Relax in the comfort of a premium bus as you begin the scenic journey with complimentary pickup from downtown Montreal hotels. Start your day with a pickup from downtown Montreal. On arrival in Quebec City, visit sites like Place Royale, Old Quebec, Petit Champlain, Notre Dame Basilica, and the Quebec Citadel. Drive along Grande-Allee, stop at the Chateau Frontenac, and admire Quebec's oldest skyscraper. Enjoy leisure time to explore the city’s winding streets and Quebec City’s oldest public stairs, Escalier Casse-Cou. Ride the funicular built into the cliff which links Upper and Lower Quebec for magnificent views of the river and its surroundings. Stop at the Plains of Abraham to see where the famous battle between French and English armies took place in 1759. Depart Quebec City’s Old Town for Montmorency Falls to enjoy extraordinary views of the impressive 274-foot (83-meter) high falls. Then, get back aboard the bus for your return trip to Montreal.

Montreal: Guided Helicopter Tour

3. Montreal: Guided Helicopter Tour

Soak up the panoramic views over Montreal on a 20 or 30-minute helicopter flight. Admire the city from above and spot highlights, including the Olympic Stadium and Mount Royal. Start your helicopter tour of Montreal with a quick safety briefing from your pilot. Get to know the pilot and the aircraft to feel comfortable before you take off. Take a great photo in front of the helicopter and ascend into the skies to see the city from a totally unique perspective. Fly over the Quebec Capitol building at an altitude of 1,500 feet. Hover over the Olympic Stadium, Downtown Montreal and Mount Royal. The 20-minute ride will bring you back to the airport through the Old Port of Montreal and Victoria Bridge. Opt for the 30-minute tour and fly above the Saint Lawrence River over Parc Jean Drapeau and the Jacques Cartier Bridge. Continue to the Îles-de-Boucherville National Park and make your way over the picturesque countryside.

Mont Tremblant: Helicopter Tour with Optional Stopover

4. Mont Tremblant: Helicopter Tour with Optional Stopover

Soar above Mont Tremblant on this private helicopter tour with 10-, 20-, and 30-minute options, including an optional stopover in the mountains. Available year-round, this trip will take you over Mont Tremblant, Lake Tremblant, the Tremblant Motor Racing Circuit, Rouge River Valley, and more. After a quick safety briefing, you’ll hop on board a helicopter and meet your licensed pilot. Your pilot is from a team that has been entrusted with aerial work, forest inventory, topographical surveys, transportation of external loads, patrols, and more. Then, take-off: fly over the forest of red pines, heading to the Diable River and the Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort Village. The 10-minute flight covers 30 km, the 20-minute covers 60 km, and the 30-minute covers 90 km. If choosing the 30-minute flight with a stopover, you’ll also get to enjoy a 30-minute stop on a virgin mountain. There, you can admire Lake Tremblant and the Rouge River Valley while enjoying complimentary refreshments. On the route back, you’ll pass Lake Tremblant and St. Jovite Village. With this helicopter experience, you’ll be flying with a fully licensed and registered helicopter company, operating Robinson R44s. These helicopters are reliable, fast, and comfortable. Specifications include a cruising speed of 180 km/h, flight autonomy of 3 hours, panoramic and curved windows, headsets for all passengers, an audio system (mp3 socket), and a navigation system (GPS).

Old Montreal: Traditional Ghost Walk of the Haunted City

5. Old Montreal: Traditional Ghost Walk of the Haunted City

Enjoy a unique and memorable experience in the unparalleled and fascinating ambience of Old Montreal with your family, friends, or colleagues. Follow a storyteller and explore a completely different Old Montreal full of ghosts and unexplained mysteries. In your guide's company you will learn about some of the town's most gruesome legends and stories. Visit the sites where major events took place and which are rumored to still be haunted. Discover the secrets of Old Montreal during this unforgettable evening.

3-Hour Scooter Sightseeing in Montreal

6. 3-Hour Scooter Sightseeing in Montreal

Scoot through the streets of Montreal on this guided tour and discover more in less time. Zip past an unbelievable wealth of cool art galleries, kitsch-loving boutiques, bohemian-style jazz bars, and flower-filled parks  Meet your guide and get set up with your scooter and helmet. Start your visit at the heart of Le Plateau and head toward Montréal's Old Port, where the first foundations of this beautiful city can be found.  Head in the direction of Saint Helen's Island, passing by the iconic Farine Five Roses and impressive Habitat 67 complex. Travel southwest, along the Lachine canal, stopping to have a little bite at the Atwater Market in the midst of a diverse and colorful crowd.  Stop by the Jean-Talon market, taste specialties at local food shops, and uncover hidden alleyways. On Sundays, step by the tam-tams concerts at the foot of Mount Royal. You'll love the way the city’s multiple identities beat with the same equable heart.  After a tour of the Saint-Henri neighborhood, a popular district full of old factories, brick houses, colorful façades and lots of little parks, you will cross the city center and pick up the Chemin de la Montagne to return to your starting point.

Old Montreal Walking tour: Off the beaten path

7. Old Montreal Walking tour: Off the beaten path

You want to explore Old Montreal but you don’t know where to begin? We’ve got you covered. Join us as we explore Old Montreal, a true slice of Europe in North America. We'll wander the narrow cobblestone streets, admire architecture gems, catch some breathtaking views of the Old Port harbor, and even explore a section of the Underground City. Our 2.5 hour tour is casual yet very informative, with no two tours being exactly the same. Each of Fitz’s passionate local guides -the coolest storytellers you’ll find in town- will unveil the secrets behind the most iconic landmarks and also show you their favorite off-the-beaten-path spots. Yes, there is a lot more than just beautiful monuments in this part of town! The tour begins at the lobby of the William Gray hotel where you’ll meet your guide and set off to explore Old Montreal through the back door. We’ll visit unmissable sights such as Place Jaques Cartier, St. Paul street and Place d’Armes, but also some less obvious spots like an avant garde art gallery, Montreal’s World Trade Center, and a section of the Underground City. You’ll understand how Old Montreal was the most important and wealthy district in Canada, and how it has become the dynamic and thriving area it is today. This tour was carefully crafted to be fully enjoyable both in summer and in winter, with some extra indoor stops planned for the cold days. If you are booking for January, Just don’t forget your gloves and you’ll be alright.

Montreal: Christmas River Cruise with Dinner & Entertainment

8. Montreal: Christmas River Cruise with Dinner & Entertainment

Celebrate Christmas with family, friends, or colleagues on a holiday cruise with a 4-course dinner and music entertainment. Cruise along St. Lawrence River with breathtaking views of the illuminated Montreal metropolis and its fine carpet of snow. Taking off from the Old Port of Montreal at the Grand Quay Pier, sail headed east, enjoying spectacular views of the city. Pass the illuminated Jacques Cartier Bridge, La Grande Roue De Montreal, Olympic Park, and Stadium, and cruise through the Îles-de-Boucherville National Park before returning via the same route back to the port. During your cruise, get served an exquisite 4-course meal (appetizer, prelude, main course, and dessert) with a choice of four entrees (one vegan option available). After dinner, sip on a complimentary coffee or tea. As you head back to the port enjoying various drinks (available for purchase) and hit the dancefloor.

Old Montreal: 1.5-Hour Walking Tour of the East Side

9. Old Montreal: 1.5-Hour Walking Tour of the East Side

Discover the fascinating city of Montreal and its birthplace on a walking tour through the East of Old Quarter, bursting with amazing art, intriguing history and spectacular architecture. Your walk goes towards Cours le Royer and ends at Bonsecours Market. Your guide shares the exceptional history and shows you the stunning architecture of Montreal through anecdotes that reveal the city's secrets! Highlights on the tour include: • Le Cours le Royer • St-Paul Street • City Hall • Place Jacques-Cartier • Champ de Mars • Bonsecours Chapel and Street • Bonsecours Market

Montreal: Small Group Night Sightseeing Tour

10. Montreal: Small Group Night Sightseeing Tour

Don't spend an evening stuck in your hotel, set off on an epic tour of Montreal at night to explore the sights and attractions of this wonderful city. Your tour begins when the sun has completely set for the day and the city lights are turned on with pick up at around 8:30 PM. Take a scenic drive to the top of Mont Royale for your first stop. Travel the twisting, turning roads all the way to the highest point in the city and admire Saint Joseph's Oratory in all its dazzling nighttime glory on the way. Once at the top, take in some of the most amazing evening views of the city. Head back down into the city for a stop in Old Montreal. Follow your guide as you explore the streets of this amazing and historical quarter. End your experience of Old Montreal a breathtaking view of the Notre Dame Basilica. Hop back into the van for a driving tour along the waterfront. At the waterfront, enjoy a ride on the Montreal Observation Wheel to see some of the most unique and memorable nighttime views of the city.

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Our Guide was very knowledgeable about the history of Montreal and it’s French roots and about the history Montreal dating back from the 1600’s to the present day. It was a fun and interesting activity.

Our experience was so much fun! The tour guide David was the best he was hilarious and showed us all the good spots around Montreal! Would definitely recommend to anyone who’s staying in Montreal

Our guide Andre was very knowledgeable about the history of Old Montreal and full of historical facts, It was a fun time.

Felicity was great! Very knowledgeable and agreeable. She made the experience so smooth despite the 4 hours walking.

Perfect way to explore the city. Tour guide was very accommodating and knowledgeable of the area.