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Montreal: Private Transfer to/from YUL International Airport

1. Montreal: Private Transfer to/from YUL International Airport

Enjoy a safe and reliable private airport transfer between Montreal–Trudeau International Airport (YUL) and your accommodation in Montreal. Relax with a comfortable 1-way service directly to or from the airport. Be greeted by your driver who will be waiting for you at the arrivals hall with a sign displaying your name. Your driver will track your flight, so you won't have to worry in case of a flight delay. Save yourself having to carry heavy bags and navigating the public transportation system and take comfort knowing that all vehicles are regularly maintained to high-quality standards.

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Quebec City: Valcartier Vacation Village Round-Trip Shuttle

2. Quebec City: Valcartier Vacation Village Round-Trip Shuttle

Depart from the heart of Old Quebec near the Château Frontenac and travel to Village Vacances Valcartier (Valcartier Vacation Village) with this round-trip shuttle service. Experience North America's largest winter amusement park. Visit the Ice Hotel, Bora Parc, and Hotel Valcartier. Explore more than 35 slides, 5000 inner tubes, 17 mechanical lifts at the Winter Playground. Rent skates and maneuver through the skating trail. Spend the entire day in the area or stay for just a few hours to see the sights with the freedom to choose a return time from the shuttle schedule (shuttle return must be taken the same day). Choose between departure times from Old Quebec at 9:00 AM and 12:30 PM and return times from Valcartier at 11:15 AM and 2:45 PM. Transfers take between 45 minutes to 1 hour.

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Montreal: Private Highlights & Hidden Gems Tour with a Local

3. Montreal: Private Highlights & Hidden Gems Tour with a Local

Discover Montreal's best-kept secrets with a local host matched to your interests. Enjoy a private and personalized experience as you explore the colorful history that has created a multicultural melting pot in the heart of the city. Your local host will lead you off the tourist trail down a secret network of cobblestoned streets to parts of Montreal your guidebook doesn't even know about. Learn about the European roots of the city, and discover the unique Québécois food and peculiar shops loved by locals in Plateau and Mile End. Explore Jean-Talon market, where growers, butchers, and fishmongers display their best produce. Relax in the enchanting Mount Royal Park and practice your French as you amble up to one of Montreal's most popular viewpoints to look over the city. Enjoy a flexible itinerary so you can always change your mind about what you want to do. Get matched to a like-minded host after booking to make the most of your experience. The local partner's handpicked hosts are culinary connoisseurs and history buffs, bakers and bankers, students and seniors. Like the people who travel with them, they have different backgrounds and interests — but they’re all so passionate about the place they call home, they choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them.

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Montreal: Personalized Private Food Tour with a Local Foodie

4. Montreal: Personalized Private Food Tour with a Local Foodie

In central Montreal, the food scene can get slightly overwhelming — but with a food-obsessed local guide to lead the way, you’ll know exactly where to go for the very best of it. Discover the local specialties of this multicultural melting pot, including handmade and wood-fired bagels rolled in sesame seeds. Start in the youthful Plateau area, known for its casual bars and 24-hour eateries popular with students. Try Canadian classics at one of the favorite spots, then head 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) west to the trendy Mile End neighborhood, a hub of old-school bagel shops and cool cafés. Once there, get your caffeine fix at a coffee shop and a sesame bagel from St-Viateur, an iconic local haunt. Then, continue 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) further west through the Little Italy neighborhood. Pop into an Italian grocery store, if you like, then head to Jean-Talon Market for handcrafted cheeses and chewy crepes. The local partner's handpicked hosts are culinary connoisseurs and history buffs, bakers and bankers, students and seniors. Like the people who travel with them, they have different backgrounds and interests — but they're all so passionate about the place they call home, they choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them.

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