While in Montreal, escape the crowds on a four-hour bike adventure around the city lead by a professional guide. Choose from two exciting itineraries and uncover the history, architecture and vibrant neighborhoods of the city. A fun and leisurely way to spend the morning in Montreal!
Book the half-day bike tour and receive free bike hire for the rest of the day!
Discover the delicious culinary delicacies of Old Montreal on this 2.5-hour food walking tour. Taste your way through Montreal's oldest district, making stops at quintessential bakeries, cheese shops, paté boutiques and more. This tour is a great way to get a feel for this area’s rich cultural identity through its amazing food!
Taste the best of Montreal's Little Italy neighborhood on this 2.5-hour food walking tour. As you explore the streets of this distinct area with a professional guide, you'll sample a wide range of unique local foods at well-known restaurants, fine epicurean grocery stores and the famous Jean Talon Market, the biggest outdoor market in North America.
One of the best ways to see the charming city of Montreal is by bicycle! Explore Montreal's unique neighborhoods, such as historic Old Montreal, bustling downtown, Chinatown, The Village and more! On a bicycle, you can get around quicker than you would on foot and see exactly what you'd like in Montreal at your own pace. Advanced booking guarantees availability and eliminates the stress and time of finding a rental.
Feel the Southern breeze and taste a colorful meal during the Montreal Dinner Cruise. Enjoy the exclusive atmosphere on the Cavalier Maxim, a five-course dinner in the intimacy of a chic dining room and the inviting music that will have you dancing the night away.
Immerse yourself in the dark side of Old Montreal on this exciting ghost hunt or ghost walk. After night falls, follow your guide through the hidden streets of Old Montreal and either hear the haunted stories of Montreal or come face-to-face with spooky ghosts! You’ll be entertained by legends of criminals, witchcraft and grim events that haunt the city streets.
There is no better way to experience the best of Canada than by train. On this enchanting multi-day tour, visit two of Canada's most popular cities, Montreal and Quebec City, during the holiday time. Delight in the culture and cuisine of Montreal, and explore the charming and historic city of Quebec.
Join this walking tour to visit at least 6 of your local guide's favourite eateries and watering holes. From artisan charcuteries to thirst-quenching craft beers, take delight in discovering the surrounding areas of the city's largest food market. You'll discover a different side of the city that you otherwise might miss out on. We focus on local, young entrepreneurs for our tasting spots and human scale environments for our in between walking segments.
Explore a variety of different Montreal neighborhoods on this guided, 4-hour, small-group bike tour. Follow a local guide to his favorite street art, alleyways, and local businesses — all off the beaten path in the largest city in Quebec. Find out more about Montreal's counter culture and see where the locals like to go. A picnic lunch in a neighborhood park is included.
Embark on a two-hour street art tour along Montreal's St.-Laurent boulevard. Discover the murals, learn about the history of the Main and try a local food tasting along the way with your local and professional guide.
A winter walking tour from historic Old Montréal up to the funky borough of the Plateau Mont-Royal. Learn about our city’s foundation, see architectural gems, your local guide’s favourite institutions, see street art and pop in for some snacks and drinks to warm you up along the way.
Discover Quebec City by land and sea on this guided, full-day adventure. Start with a 2.5-hour tour of Quebec City. Discover the charm of the beautiful Quebec area as a professional guide shares the history and geography of the region. Then enjoy a hearty, full-course Italian lunch with soup, pasta, and dessert. In the afternoon, board a 90-minute, narrated sightseeing cruise for breathtaking views along the majestic St. Lawrence River. Bicycle and helmet included.
Experience Montreal's effervescent nightlife while partying and meeting new friends from around the globe. Discover the bars and clubs locals go to and some they may not even know about with Montreal's #1 party tour.
On this 3-hour small-group tour, you'll sample a variety of beers from some of Montreal's best craft breweries. With exclusive access to the brewing facilities, ask your expert guide about the city's rich beer history. This personalized excursion through the Rosemont neighborhood is sure to leave you with great impressions and unforgettable memories.
Soak in the rich history, culture and heritage of Montreal on this walking tour of Old Montreal. See famous sites such as Notre-Dame Basilica, Place Jacques-Cartier, City Hall and Champ de Mars, and learn about the city's amazing art and spectacular architecture from your guide, all while enjoying the quaint French charm. You can choose to tour the east side, west side or both the east and west sides of Old Montreal.
See the best of Montreal on this sightseeing tour with a professional guide. Aboard a coach, admire more than 200 top Montreal attractions and landmarks while enjoying live commentary, letting you learn about the sights you see. Highlights including Old Montreal, Olympia Park, Notre-Dame Basilica and St Joseph's Oratory. This is an easy, comfortable way to soak up the unique French character of this charming Canadian city!
Experience the history and progression of Old Montreal on this 1.5-hour walking tour. Follow a guide into off-the-path courtyards and see where the city started in the almost forgotten Place Royale. Stroll through the bustling squares of Place Jacques-Cartier and Place d’Armes, and pass by renovated historic warehouses in Old Port and on rue de la Commune, home to swanky restaurants and tech start-ups. On this tour, see the best of both east and west Old Montreal.
Charming Montreal is actually two cities in one: There’s the city everyone knows with its Old World accents, and then there’s the underground city known as RESO. This 1.5-hour guided tour explores the city's popular above-ground sites and the subterranean city where 500,000 people circulate daily among 2,000 shops, hotels, bars and restaurants. Learn about the engineering behind this underworld as you explore the various nooks below one of Canada’s most dynamic cities.
Enjoy the past and discover the history of Montreal on a guided tour of the McCord Museum. The museum hosts some impressive temporary exhibitions. For over 90 years, the McCord Museum has been collecting objects, images and documents that are tangible witnesses to the people, places and events that have marked Canada’s history over three centuries.
Embark on a tour of Montreal on a morning, afternoon or evening tour into some of the cities most interesting neighborhoods. The best way to do this? Take a ride on an e-scooter — 100% electric. What will you get? Exceptional amusement opportunities, genuinely cool guides and a city that loves to live and laugh. Two wheels, a fully loaded battery, and a helmet: that’s all you need.
Don’t be fooled, winter in Montréal is no time to hide indoors! Discover the city in all its wintry splendor and join a brand new electric bike ride on a fat bike designed to grip on winter surfaces. Monster tires and powered wheels mean biking in snow is easy for both first-timers and seasoned cyclists. Ideal for those looking to try something new!
Experience Montreal like never before on this popular, 1.5-hour ghost tour. Haunted Mountain is a spooky, lantern-lit ghost walk up the slopes of Mount Royal. Beginning in Montreal's Plateau neighborhood at the rumored-to-be-haunted Barfly, visit various haunted sites on the mountain, including several locations where ghosts have actually been sighted.
Experience Montreal like never before on this popular, 1.5-hour ghost tour. Griffintown is one of Montreal's most historic neighborhoods — and also one of its most haunted. The area has witnessed everything from dying Irish refugees during the Famine of 1847 to the Industrial Revolution to Montreal's worst air disaster. Today, condominium towers are sprouting up in the Griff, but new residents are quickly learning that the district was once a rowdy shantytown — and it's also ghost-ridden.
Discover Montreal as you've never seen before as you fly overhead in a helicopter. See the Olympic Stadium, Downtown Montreal, Mount Royal and more from best perspective out there. Fly along the Saint-Laurent to go over the Parc Jean Drapeau, and Jacques Cartier Bridge until the Boucherville Islands. Explore this beautiful city in a totally unique way in this unforgettable tour.
Get ready for an authentic Canadian outdoors experience, right in the heart of bustling Montreal! This unique tour explores massive and beautiful Mont-Royal park, a must-visit sight on every Montreal visit. Your guide will lead you through off-the-beaten-path forested trails and show you some spectacular views over the city and its neighborhoods and share stories and anecdotes about how Montreal came to be the diverse and dynamic city it is today. Depending on the weather conditions you will get to try one of snowshoeing, ice-skating, or tube-sliding. You'll also stop to warm up with a hot chocolate or coffee!
Diverse food, city culture, storytelling, street art, and a little exercise - this tasting tour on foot offers a great mix for the curious urban adventurer. On this North City neighborhood experience, you will follow Montreal's most important street over 3 hours and cross 3 neighborhoods to learn all about the diverse cultural communities that inhabit them, sample classic food & drink that are symbolic to their identity here in Montreal, all while hearing stories about mom & pop shop owners, and spotting ever-evolving street art & murals along the way. This tour is not about on-trend restaurants and famous chefs; rather it is a lens into the everyday life of Montrealers and the small shops and markets that help form the identity of the neighborhoods where they live.
Underground City, indoor tour? In a sometimes arctic city like Montreal, it makes a lot of sense. Most of downtown Montreal and parts of the Old City are linked together by the world's longest underground tunnel network, and there's actually lots to see. This tour is a unique exploratory walk that features a never-ending amount of art and murals, an old national bank vault, a section of the Berlin Wall, a massive performing arts center with interactive exhibits, an indoor skating rink, a historic train station, and a 4-story water fountain.
You'll ride Montreal's automated metro, break for a nice coffee, and then finish with a ride to the 45th floor of Place Ville Marie to Le Sommet, Montreal's highest viewpoint and interactive video experience!
No visit to Montreal is complete without a walk through its Old City, arguably North-America's most charming and well-preserved historical neighborhood. This 3-hour small-group tour is casual yet informative, with no two tours being the same. Though the tour always starts with a short immersive film experience in a museum theater and break for a coffee in a beautiful cafe in a former bank, the guides adapt the tour to the interests of their group and choose their favorite off-the-beaten-path stops. This intimate walk is the perfect experience to begin your Montreal visit.
See the main sights of Montreal in this 3-hour ride! This south city route covers the core of Montreal, including bustling Downtown, the narrow streets of historically rich Old Montreal, the long meandering bike path along the formerly industrial Lachine Canal, and the stunning views of the St. Lawrence River from the picturesque Old Port. This ride runs at a relaxed pace with built-in breaks, including the Atwater farmer’s market, and is easy going, consisting of mostly bicycle paths, and full of interesting anecdotes, history, and culture.
This 3-hour North City bike ride ventures deep into the vibrant, eclectic, must-see ‘hoods of the Plateau, Mile-End, Little Italy, and Mile-Ex. You will ride parks, quiet streets and warplanes, spot murals and street art, and visit the Jean-Talon farmer’s market. A real taste of authentic Montreal lifestyle! Even locals have discovered many things not seen before on this route. This tours includes a comfy yet stylish bike, helmet, water, and drink after the tour!
Cycle and snack your way around Montreal’s street-food scene on a 3-hour tour by bike. With the help of an in-the-know guide, discover locals’ favorite eateries, including popular food trucks always on the move. During your laid-back 6-mile (10-km) ride, visit three different food stops and see a selection of top attractions in public squares, Old Port quays, tech-centric Cité du Multimédia and the historic Place d'Armes and Quartier des spectacles. Chow down and learn fun tidbits of history along the way.
Enjoy a 3-hour bike tour in Montreal led by a professional guide and including one tasting stop and all-day bike rental. With 650 km of bike paths, Montreal offers a unique biking experience. Take advantage of this guided bike tour to discover the city’s main attractions and the most unusual locations.
Discover Montreal’s street food scene on this food tour by bike that takes you to six local food trucks. Food truck popularity across the US and Canada continues to grow, and you can find out how entrepreneurial Montrealers are doing their part by using local and regional products to create innovative, on-the-go meals. With a local guide, cycle along Lachine Canal to Old Montreal and downtown Montreal to enjoy dishes such as papaya salad, pork belly sandwiches and dessert waffles. Tastings are plentiful, so bring your appetite!
Meet Montreal’s first microdistillers, one of the world's first microbrewing co-ops, and a Victorian mixology bar where all of the cocktails are tea-based, on this guided, 4.5-hour tour. Learn about each industry and the production process and take the opportunity to taste and discover some mixology basics. There are delectable bites along the way, too.
Travel by scooter and visit some of Montreal’s most scenic views and historic sites. Along the way, stop to eat traditional Quebec dishes. Experience Quebec comfort food from the Magdalene Islands and try classic neighborhood dishes including poutine, spruce beer diner-style, pâté chinois and pudding chômeur. You will learn about the history of these dishes and get to taste the most traditional of traditional eats here in mom and pop shops. You'll also see old Montreal, traces of Expo 67, Mount-Royal, Montreal’s southwest and the Latin Quarter.
On this guided walking tour, you'll explore the evolution of of Montreal’s Chinatown, from its pre-Chinatown beginnings to the current mix of people, food and businesses. Learn about the history and impacts of the different waves of immigration and immigration policies, while discovering the food, and stories of local chefs, merchants and colorful characters.
Meet the most passionate chocolate makers and connoisseurs in Montreal on this guided, 4.5-hour, chocolate-tasting walking tour. From a bean-to-bar chocolate maker, to a retailer and teacher, to a chocolatier or confectioner and a Mexican chef, learn about chocolate from all of its angles — Mesoamerican and precolonial history, colonial production, industrial production and the bean-to-bar movement. Learn the hows or whys of chocolate and develop a palette and nose eager to explore the subtleties of high-quality chocolate.
Discover Montreal's tea scene and meet some of the top tea makers in the city on this guided, 4.5-hour tea tour. Observe the different approaches to tea while visiting a Montreal-based Chinese tea company, a French tea importer, a Victorian-style mixology bar in Montreal's hip Mile End, and the headquarters of DAVIDsTEA, to see how their branding impacted the other companies. This tour includes the tasting of diverse teas, meeting the passionate players of the respective organizations, as well enjoying some gourmet bites and desserts, afternoon tea style.
Explore wine production in Quebec on this 4.5-hour tour. Learn about the influence of climate and commercial challenges, and the growing interest in organic and biodynamic wines that has emerged from these challenges. Improve your tasting skills with a sommelier over privately purchased wines while experiencing carefully planned pairings prepared by some of Montreal’s top chefs. Altogether, you'll visit a restaurant specifically known for its wine and pairing selections, a merchant of local wines and spirits and other local food products, a wine cellar specialized in natural wines, and a well-known wine bar. Included are six glasses of wine (tasting format) and a variety of bites to help you better experience food and wine pairing.
Montreal is home to an innovative food scene that specializes in a sustainable approach to producing and consuming food. Discover what it's all about on this unique culinary cycling tour with a professional food guide. Start at an upscale restaurant known for its healthy and interesting vegan cuisine. The academy includes a demonstration in how to prepare delicious dishes, with tastings. You'll also enjoy high-end vegan Thai food at ChuChai, stop at Crudessence, and visit a food- or drink-production site, where you’ll discover how Montrealers are creating environmentally responsible products.
This small-group tour of Montreal is limited to just 14 guests and features luxury vehicles, exceptional tour guides and one driver and one tour guide in every vehicle ensuring an intimate, immersive experience. Visit Old Montreal, downtown Montreal, Mount-Royal and several of Montreal's most unique neighborhoods. An experience unlike any other, on a tour unlike any other.