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Vald + Caballero & Jeanjass

This week Music Hip-Hop/Rap
$35 Fri, May 25th 8pm
L'Olympia
1004 Ste-Catherine Est
Montréal, Quebec
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BEST OF SOUL, MOTOWN & JAZZ avec Coco Thompson et Snooksta

This week Music Jazz
Thu, May 24th 11am
Le Balcon Cabaret Music-Hall
463 Sainte-Catherine Ouest
Montréal, Quebec
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Devastation On The Nation

This week Music Rock
$19 Sat, May 26th 4pm
L'Astral
305, rue Ste-Catherine Ouest
Montréal, Quebec
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Joe Satriani - What Happens Next Tour2018

This week Music Rock
$39 Fri, May 25th 8pm
MTELUS
59 Rue Sainte-Catherine Est
Montreal, Quebec
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Les hommes viennent de Mars, les femmes de Vénus

This week Arts & Theatre Theatre
Sat, May 26th 8pm
La Comédie de Montréal
1113 boul De Maisonneuve Est
Montréal, Quebec

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Montreal Tower Observatory Admission plus Optional Ticket to Botanical Garden

Tours Montreal
$19
Tower of Pisa, move over. Visit the tallest leaning tower in the world — the Montreal Tower — located in the Olympic Stadium complex. Take a unique funicular ride up the side of the tower, and from the observatory, admire sweeping views that have garnered the Michelin Guide's highest rating. Upgrade and enjoy entry to the Botanical Garden near Olympic Park.  Explore the beauty of the Garden through its 10 greenhouses and some thirty thematic gardens!

Arrive at Olympic Park, built for the 1976 Summer Olympics, and make your way to the Montreal Tower, part of the stadium complex. Rising 541 feet (165 meters) at a 45-degree angle, the Montreal Tower is the world's tallest leaning tower, with more than 250,000 visitors each year.

Climb aboard a 2-level glass-encased funicular accommodating up to 76 passengers at a time, and enjoy the 2-minute ascent to the observatory deck. The only funicular in the world to operate on a curved structure, the sophisticated hydraulic system maintains the cabin on a horizontal level as it glides up the tower.

At the top, marvel at the panoramas of Montreal, the Laurentian mountains and the St Lawrence River Valley. On clear days, see up to 50 miles (80 km) all around — a view that received a three-star rating from the Michelin Guide. It is no surprise that the Montreal Tower is a member of the World Federation of Great Towers, alongside the CN Tower in Toronto, the Empire State Building in New York and the Menara Tower in Kuala Lumpur.

Return to the tower's massive triangular base, which includes a sports center of seven basins for water sports and a sports hall. 

Optional Ticket to the Botanical Garden
Upgrade and add a visit to Montréal Botanical Garden, one of the city's jewels, is recognized as one of the world's greatest botanical gardens. It offers a colourful program of events, exhibitions and activities all year long.

With its collection of 22,000 plant species and cultivars, 10 exhibition greenhouses, Frédéric Back Tree Pavilion, and more than 20 thematic gardens spread out over 75 hectares, it's also a perfect place to enjoy fresh air and natural beauty. 

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Montreal Mural Tour

Tours Montreal
$24
Embark on a two-hour street art tour along Montreal's St.-Laurent boulevard. Discover the murals produced by international and local talent for largest mural festival on the continent. Over 70 works of art dot the area in what has become an open air art gallery!

Leaving from outside of the Station 16 Art Gallery this is a two hour walking tour of the streets surrounding St.-Laurent boulevard. See works of art from both international and local talent left behind from the largest Mural festival in the country.

We'll be zig zagging through the roads of the lower Plateau Mont-Royal to cover about a third of the artworks officially recognized as part of the festival.

Your professional Montreal Tour Guide will load you with details about the artists, styles and backgrounds as well as the neighbourhood itself. The tour ends near Rachel street where we will be handing you a list of recommendations for the remainder of your stay.

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Beyond the Basilica Walking Tour in Montreal

Tours Montreal
$55

This walking tour from historic Old Montréal up to the funky borough of the Plateau Mont-Royal could almost be a Montréal 101 class. Learn about the city's foundation, see architectural gems, your local guide's favorite institutions in the entertainment district, see street art, and pop in for a snack and drink along the way.

If there's one district that is beautiful year-round, it's the Old Town. Start your walk with entry to the most ornately decorated Basilica before wandering the elegant streets of Vieux-Montréal. You will pop into some historic and architecturally impressive gems. 

Stroll through a segment of the interior, or underground, city, the largest indoor network on the planet to make your way to Chinatown for a quick snack. Then it's off to the Red Light District turned entertainment mecca, for a quick visit of an often missed district institution. 

Up Saint-Laurent Boulevard, head into a street art gallery before hitting the streets to see about a dozen of the impressive works of art from Montréal's Mural Festival in the borough that is home to the highest concentration of artists in Canada. 

End the day with a cup of locally roasted coffee at an independent made-in-Montréal café before receiving a list of recommendations for the remainder of your stay. 

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Professional Racing Simulation Experience

Tours Montreal
$76
Visit North America's premiere racing simulation centre, which brings the thrill and experience of racing to Montreal - a city immersed every summer in the excitement of the Canadian Grand Prix. Experience up to eight professional-level simulators identical to those used by top Formula 1 teams to train their pilots. From first timers who want to know what it's like to be in a race car, to professional racers who want to practice in the most realistic setting possible, you can sit in the driver's seat and feel the extraordinary rush of adrenaline unique to the sport.

Experience the first racing simulator facility in North America with 8 simulators as used by professional F1 racing teams to train their drivers. You can drive solo or against up to 7 other drivers in competition in F1, GP2, GP3, F3, high performance cars, etc.

This initiation package generally takes 1-1.5 hours and includes a 20-minute introduction to racing a Formula 1 car. Learn how to race on the simulators. Get behind the wheel with a 15-minute session on the simulator, a telemetry report and a review of the race with the instructor afterwards.

The races underway are displayed on big screen projectors so that you can enjoy watching the race in the comfort of the cafe area, where drinks and snacks are served.

On-site free parking is available. The minimum height requirement is 5 feet and adult consent (18+) is required for minors.

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Making Their Mark: Montreal Jewish History Walking Tour

Tours Montreal
$19
Uncover Montreal's Jewish history and heritage on the Making Their Mark tour. Follow an expert guide through the Plateau neighborhood, once the epicenter of Jewish life in Montreal, and discover synagogues, schools, hospitals and cultural organizations from the past and present.

The epicenter of Jewish life in Montreal from the turn of the 20th century until the 1950s, today's Plateau neighborhood once teemed with tens of thousands of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe. Learn how they worked, worshiped and supported one another as they built new lives in Montreal.

On this historical walking tour, uncovers the synagogues, schools, hospitals and cultural organizations the Jewish community established and that still leave a mark on Montreal society today. Immerse yourself in the Jewish stories held in the streets and buildings of this vibrant neighborhood.

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Flavors of Old Montreal Walking Tour

Food Tours Montreal
$54
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 and more. This tour is a great way to get a feel for this area's rich cultural identity through its amazing food!

With its cobbled streets, charming buildings and rich French heritage, Old Montreal is home to some of the most delectable French patisseries and boutique food shops. On this food walking tour, follow your local guide to these specialty shops, many of which are housed in old factories and showrooms from the 19th century.

As you walk down the narrow and winding streets of Old Montreal, your professional tour guide will feed your hunger for knowledge about the history of Montreal and its many culinary pleasures. Along the way, you will learn about the native French's influence on Montreal's culinary traditions and how the World Expo in 1967, held in Montreal, brought exotic food to Montreal's tables.

Some of the items you will sample throughout the tour include a pastry with coffee, pâtés, smoked meat, macaroons, and more. This is the perfect tour for any foodie!

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Food Tour of Montreal's Little Italy Including Jean Talon Market

Food Tours Montreal
$54
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.

Discover Little Italy, one of the most captivating neighborhoods in Montreal, with a professional foodie guide on this food walking tour that includes Jean Talon Market. With its colorful past, quaint streets, well-known restaurants and fine epicurean grocers, Little Italy is full of tasty hangouts and local gems.

The highlight of your walking tour will be your visit to the world-famous Jean Talon Market. This market is the largest outdoor market in North America, and since 1934, it has been the ideal place to buy fresh local products, remarkable cheeses and meats from regional producers, flowers, gourmet cookbooks and so much more. You will be charmed by the wonderful smells and the vivid colors of the impressive fruit and vegetable stands.

In addition to the Jean Talon Market, you will visit popular restaurants and specialty grocery shops to sample local favorites such as fiddle heads, wild meat sausage, artisan bread, cannoli with coffee and pemmican, a dried meat that natives made.

Along the way, your foodie guide will tell you all about the rich heritage of Italian Canadians and point out historical sites like the Madonna della Defesa (Our Lady of Protection) Church, Dante Park and the St Laurent Boulevard – the heart of Little Italy.

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Montreal Dinner Cruise

Food Tours Montreal
$103

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.

Cast off for fine dining aboard the Cavalier Maxim, Montreal's unique cruising restaurant. As the sun goes down, take in all the magic of Montreal by night. The fabulous view from the glass-enclosed decks sets the stage for a very special evening.

The chef has prepared for you a meal worthy of the Captain's Table: fresh salmon fillet, chicken supreme, fillet mignon and not to mention the chef's delight -- always a favorite for dessert! (Menu subject to change.) Your wine steward will offer wine suggestions to complement your gourmet dinner meal.

No dinner cruise is complete without music. Leave your cares behind and dance under the stars with Montreal and the islands as your backdrop.

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Beyond the Market Food Tour in Montreal

Food Tours Montreal
$83
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.

Over the years Montreal has held a reputation as a city that loves to eat, and eat well. A trip to the Jean-Talon Market helps the outsider grasp the fact that farm-to-table is nothing new in town. On this food tour, you'll sample regional delicacies and meet the producers who take pride in the quality and distinction of their harvest.

Strolling through the city streets, you'll gain a better understanding of why diversity is synonymous with Montreal. The Vietnamese neighbor the Italians and further east the Latinos share the streets with the Maghrebis. Sit down for a full-flavored tasting at the city's favorite Salvadorian hole-in-the-wall.

The Mile-Ex district is a peculiar part of town that has boomed in recent years, and it's here where young entrepreneurs are reshaping the local culinary scene. Savor the newest craft brews and learn about the progressive coffee renaissance one sip at a time.

Conclude your tour at the doorstep of Little Italy. Enjoy some comfort food with your new friends and set off on your own adventure with a list of your guide's favorite local food spots.

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Beyond the Bagel: Montreal Jewish Food Walking Tour

Food Tours Montreal
$68
Taste your way through Montreal's Jewish heritage on the Beyond the Bagel tour. Experience Jewish food culture as you explore Montreal's Mile End and Plateau neighborhoods with a guide, enjoying tastings along the way.

Renowned worldwide for its unique take on Jewish cuisine, Montreal is the birthplace of countless Jewish foods, both iconic and overlooked. Experience the rich and delicious Jewish food culture of Montreal's Mile End and Plateau neighborhoods by visiting decades-old food institutions alongside new businesses that are revitalizing the city's food scene.

Your guide will also take you to backyards and alleyways to uncover this city's hidden Jewish food history and taste nearly forgotten delicacies. You'll get to feast on the classics such as smoked meat and bagels, so make sure to bring a healthy appetite! This tour visits non-kosher establishments and does not include gluten-free or vegan options.

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Quebec Classic Rafting Excursion with BBQ Meal

Adventure Grenville-sur-la-Rouge
$103
Come and discover the many delights of the most popular river in Quebec with this classic rafting package. Considered one of the best rafting excursions in America, the Rouge offers first class rapids throughout summer. Experience one complete day of rafting including two runs, lunch, BBQ dinner and adrenaline!

Your package includes 4 to 5 hours of rafting. All equipment is provided, including wet suits, helmets, paddles, and life jackets. You'll be led by a qualified river guide and offered a middle day snack, a complete BBQ meal at the end of the day, and a photo presentation of your performance. You'll also have full access to all facilities, such as a swimming pool, hot tub, showers, volleyball court, bar and patio.

Once you arrive at the rafting site, guides will show you where to park your vehicle and where to go, in order to get ready for your day. Good or bad weather, with a raft, it can still go down!

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Snowmobile Tour and Rental 1 hour from Montreal

Adventure Louiseville
$143

Three hour guided tour in the Mauricie region and around lac St-Pierre. Our snowmobile are easy to drive and secure. You will enjoys riding on the beautiful groom trail and you will discover the open space of the Saint-Lawrence valley including lac St-Pierre and its archipelago which is a UNESCO world heritage site.  You will stop in a typical refuge to enjoy a hot beverage or drink. All equipment are provided and build to keep you in  the coldest conditions. We are located 1 hour drive frome downtown Montreal.

Tours start at 9h30 and 13h30 every day.
Our base is 1 hour from dowtown Montreal, on the road to Quebec city (highway 40 east) at Domaine du lac St-Pierre in Louiseville (75 rang du lac st-pierre est).
Roundtrip transport from Montreal to Louiseville is available ($).
At your arrival, you will be giving snowmobile equipment to keep you dry and warm even in the coldest temperature (boots, pants, jacket, glove, helmet and hood).
The guide will brief you to ``how to drive a snowmobile`` and security. Snowmobile is very easy to drive and stable. The guide will ride at your speed and make sure the group follow in order.
During the tour, you will stop in a typicle snowmobile relay for a drink ($). You will discover the Mauricie region and see lakes, forest, field and mountains.
2000$ deposit/snowmobile is required in case of damage.

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Jet Ski Tour on Saint Lawrence River

Adventure Montreal
$87
Follow your guide for a fun sightseeing ride on the Saint Lawrence River. Discover the river and its attractions, starting at Jacques-Cartier pier in the Old Port of Montreal. On each tour, you'll have 15 to 25 minutes to jet ski freely.  All excursions include a guide, gasoline, liability insurance, a water-repellent suit, and a life vest. It's a unique experience to try in Montreal!

Upon your arrival at the boat reception in the Old Port of Montreal, you must sign a discharge of responsibility and follow a short boating safety course offered by your guide before departure. After briefing, follow your guide up the Saint Lawrence River and discover Montreal on an exhilarating experience!

After passing under 4 bridges (Concorde, Victoria, Champlain and Estacade) and near the habitat 67, the tour will take you to the bassin des Prairies where you will be able to drive your jet ski freely for 15 to 25 minutes. On the way back, your guide will bring you near the biosphère, St-Helene Island, la Ronde and finally, the highlight of the tour, under the Jacques-Cartier Bridge.

Please note: A deposit of $750 is required and will be reimbursed upon your return if the jet ski is not damaged in any way. The guided tour includes a guide, gasoline, liability insurance, a water-repellent suit and a life vest. Lockers are available for your personal items and a changing room with towel. You must be ready 20 minutes before your booked departure time.

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Montreal Zipline Adventure

Adventure Montreal
$18
Discover Montreal from a bird's-eye view on this thrilling, 30-minute zipline experience. Try the first urban zipline circuit in Canada. Climb the Montreal Clock Tower, fly like a superhero across 1,200 feet of biplane, and enjoy a spectacular view over the Old Port of Montreal. A safety briefing and a souvenir photo of the aerial stunt are included.

This 30-minute zipline adventure begins at the Montreal Clock Tower Pier in the Old-Port of Montreal.

Start by climbing an 85-foot-tall tower that offers a breathtaking view of downtown Montreal. After taking a few pictures and selfies from the top of the tower, the ziplining instructor will go over all the safety rules and procedures to ensure the utmost security.

The zipline set consists of two ziplines (cables) that are side by side. This provides the opportunity to enjoy and share the experience with another person at the same time. Please dress appropriately for the weather. It's recommended to wear shoes and comfortable clothes.

Once cleared for take off, secure the harness to the 1200-foot-long zipline and prepare for a great flight. At the end of the activity, there will be a free picture of the experience ready to share via social media. This 30-minute zipline adventure is a great activity for both thrill seekers and the entire family alike.

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Montreal Indoor Skydiving Introductory Package

Adventure Montreal
$62
This Skydiving Introductory Package will be the highlight of your Montreal trip! Just 30 minutes from the city of Montreal, defy the law of gravity in a safe environment. People of all ages, as young as 4 years old, can enjoy this uplifting experience.

Defy the law of gravity in the first recirculating indoor free fall simulator in Canada! Whether you're alone, in a group or with family and friends, enjoy the thrill of indoor skydiving in the wind tunnel. No experience is necessary and almost anyone can fly!

Your introductory package includes in-room training with an instructor, training and practice period, all necessary equipment, observation and question period, and review of the session with an instructor. This package offers two flights per person, which is the equivalent of the free fall portion of two skydives.

On the day of your session, it is important to wear comfortable clothes, such as a t-shirt (with no collar), athletic pants or shorts, socks, and running shoes with laces. If you have long hair, bring a good elastic and a hairbrush so that you don't end up looking like an 80's rockstar when you leave.

Please note: Make sure that you have a government-issued identify card with photo.

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4 Hour Montreal Architecture & City Bike Tour with Wine or Beer

Bike Tours Montreal
$69
Discover Montreal's essence and more… 
On the menu : history, architecture , neighbourhood life and "food-beer-wine" tasting stops!

Leave on a journey to encounter Montreal's well-known and lesser-known aspects as you ride through its different neighborhoods, past its unavoidable attractions and its more secret locations. Choose from two exciting itineraries and enjoy a glass of beer or wine in historic Old Montreal ( included) ! 

Also, book this half-day bike tour and receive free bike hire for the rest of the day.

City Tour: Led by an informative tour guide, you will enjoy a panorama of the city covering a route of approximately 9 miles (14 kilometers). Begin at the Old Port and cycle to the Latin Quarter. Continue to La Fontaine Park, with an unusual detour into one of the alleys of The Plateau. Enjoy a refreshment stop at 'St-Viateur Bagel' and get the opportunity to taste their world-famous bagels! This legendary bakery has been part of the city's culture and of local people's everyday living since 1957. You will then continue to Mount-Royal Park, into the Victorian ambiance of the Golden Square Mile, cycle through the business district, and conclude your cycling tour in Old Montreal and enjoy a glass of beer or wine at the end of your tour !

Vista Architecture Tour: See all of Montreal's famous scenic areas and architectural buildings on this 13 mile (20 kilometers) bike ride. Pedal along the Saint-Lawrence River and enjoy the views from the water. Discover Montreal's unique architectural works and culture. Learn about the historical importance of the Saint-Lawrence River over Montreal, and uncover architectural works and parks that have defined Montreal. You will cross the Saint-Lawrence river via the Jacques Cartier bridge and and enjoy a glass of beer or wine at the end of your tour !

Please click 'View Additional Info' below to view operating schedule before selecting the bike tour of your choice

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Independent Tour of Montreal by Bike

Bike Tours Montreal
$27
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.

Montreal is made up of unique neighborhoods, all with different sights and atmospheres, and the ideal way to explore them is on a bike. As a very bike-friendly city, Montreal has miles of bicycle paths, and your bike rental includes a map of these great trails.

Old Montreal is one of the most popular neighborhoods to explore by bike and is relatively flat. Cycle along Old Montreal's cobblestone lanes and stop at historic sites. Great museums, shops, cafes and French bakeries line the streets, and with a bicycle, you have the freedom to stop wherever you'd like. From Old Montreal, you can ride along the scenic waterfront and visit the Port of Montreal.

Bordering Old Montreal is Chinatown. Montreal's Chinatown is large and bustling, full of amazing restaurants, shops, Chinese medicine stores and candy stands selling the popular, made-to-order "dragon's beard" candy.

You are free to discover all the other great neighborhoods, like downtown, The Village, Plateau Mont-Royal and Rue Crescent, at your own pace. Cycle wherever you please!

A hybrid bike option is available for casual, easy sightseeing.

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Beyond the Bike Lanes Bike Tour

Bike Tours Montreal
$68
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 with craft beer is included.

The first half of the tour you'll see some of  Montréal's main interests; the majestic mountain park and an abundant amount of street art produced by our local and creative talent. You'll head into the heart of the entertainment district and Montréal's Gay Village, the gaybourhood.

After a picnic lunch and cheeky craft beer in the park, follow your guide through the charming residential streets and back green alleys of the boroughs we call home.

To understand Montréal is to understand our neighborhoods with a local.

The bikes you'll ride are a Montréal-designed brand and the shop the come from is a social enterprise giving new life to old frames by rebuilding them right here in the Mile End of Montréal.

At the end of the tour, you'll receive a list of personal recommendations for your use during the remainder of your stay.
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Full-Day Québec City Adventure: Bike Tour, Sightseeing Cruise, and Lunch

Bike Tours Quebec City
$100

Discover Quebec City on land and on water on this guided, full-day adventure tour. Start with a 2.5-hour bike 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 Italian lunch, choices available. In the afternoon, board the Louis Jolliet excursion boat for a 90-minute, narrated sightseeing cruise for breathtaking views along the majestic St. Lawrence River.
Bicycle and helmet included.

Meet at Location Echo Sports to begin this full-day adventure with a bike tour that's perfect for the entire family. Discover Québec City and the surrounding area while cycling the city streets with an experienced guide. Learn about the geography and history of this great city while riding along the old city and the old port area. This tour is about 13 miles (20 kilometers) and lasts for about 2.5 hours.

Afterwards, enjoy a full-course Italian lunch in the heart of the old city. The meal includes soup, spaghetti, penne, or lasagna, dessert, and tea or coffee. 

After lunch, enjoy views of Quebec City and the surrounding countryside from the water on a 90-minute sightseeing cruise along the Saint-Lawrence River. Set sail from the Cap Diamant to Montmorency Falls, the perfect combination of nature and culture. Take in the stunning view from three distinctively exterior terraces, with commentary from a costumed guide dressed as the French-Canadian explorer Louis Jolliet. See the Quebec City skyline and cruise beneath the famous Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac hotel.

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Scooter Sightseeing in Montreal

Bike Tours Montreal
$84
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.

Morning Tour (3 hours)
First trip to Montreal? Join your guide for the "all-in-one" sightseeing tour at 10:00am. This is a cultural tour that covers everything you'll want to see and much more. You'll stroll through four vibrant districts of Montreal, stop by the Jean-Talon market, taste specialties at local food shops, and discover urban gems such as hidden alleyways. On Sundays, we'll 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. You'll also discover an unbelievable wealth of cool art galleries, kitsch-loving boutiques, bohemian style jazz bars & flower-filled parks for taking a respite from the streets.

Afternoon Tour (3 hours)
In Montreal, it's all about neighborhoods, and each has its own distinct identity. On this 2:00pm sightseeing tour you'll enjoy the color, character and energy of the West side districts! You'll ride through downtown, up to Westmount and back down to the trendy Atwater market where you'll sample specialties. After exploring the market, you'll discover the industrial roots of Saint-Henri, a pure working-class neighborhood that is currently being revived with a cool, contemporary atmosphere. We'll also swing by the canal Lachine and the Old Montreal. By the end of the day, you'll know the city more like a native – its culture and all the good places for music, art, food, shopping and other entertainment.

Evening Tour (3 hours)
The "Night Flight" is a panoramic night tour of Montreal's city lights at 8pm. First, your guide will take you on top of the Mount Royal. After, swing by the downtown core, the Quartier Latin, the pint-sized but colorful Chinatown, and the historic district waterfront, giving you the chance to view some of Montreal's most famous sights at their floodlit best. Of course, your guide will also introduce you to some of Montreal best live music scenes and pubs.

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Small-Group Quebec Wine Tour from Montreal with Optional Gourmet Lunch and Cheese Tasting

Booze Tour Montreal
$78
Delight your taste buds on this small-group wine-tasting tour from Montreal to Quebec wine country. Choose either the afternoon tour or the full-day tour, and receive royal treatment as you are welcomed by vineyard owners and led on exclusive winery tours at two or three wineries. Start with an educational wine-tasting workshop to learn how to identify flavors and then enjoy a blind-tasting experience. The full-day tour includes a gourmet lunch. The half-day includes a local cheese tasting only. This small-group tour ensures a welcoming and personalized experience with a bilingual English- and French-speaking guide.

After meeting your guide, board the minibus for the one-hour drive to Quebec's vineyard-covered countryside. On the way, admire the enchanting landscapes of Montreal's south shore while your guide explains the basics of Quebec wine.

Sample Full-Day Tour:

Head first to the first winery, located on a hillside with an amazing view. Explore the vineyard on a guided walk before touring the winemaking installations and laboratory and taking a lesson on wine tasting basics followed by a blind tasting experience with the winery owner.

Head to your second wine estate and enjoy a delicious European lunch with and a glass of sparkling wine. Then enjoy a full tasting of Chateau de cartes' wines and ciders, followed by some leisure time to relax. A short drive will then take you to your last estate, where you will learn about winemaking techniques and have another wine tasting.

Sample Half-day Afternoon Tour:
Head to your first winery, located on gorgeous Rougemont hillside, where you'll be taken on a guided tour of the estate. Learn about the culture of vines in Quebec's challenging climate, then enjoy a tasting of exclusive wines and ciders paired with a local cheese tasting.

Enjoy the drive to your second stop, a small family-owned winery located on the side of Mont-St-Hilaire with a breathtaking view. The vineyard owner will welcome you and tell you about the estate and its history and take you on a visit to the winemaking facilities and hear about their special techniques.

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Pub Crawl Montreal

Booze Tour Montreal
$23
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.

This 5-hour pub crawl of Montreal operates year-round every Friday and Saturday starting at 9:30pm. Your bilingual guide leads and entertains a group of international "pubcrawlers" to three awesome pubs and one of Montreal’s most renowned nightclub. Rest assured as this will be an epic night-out and one of the top highlights of your trip.

Stops may include (but are not limited to) Point Bar, Saint-Ciboire pub, Ivy nightclub, St-Patrick's Pub, and Loup-Garou rhumerie et terrasse. You will travel by foot. All pubs and bars are located within 10 minutes walking distance or less. It is recommended to wear comfortable walking shoes. No hoodies, sport shorts, flip-flops, tank tops or baseball caps.

Free cover & coat check charges plus great deals on alcohol in every bar and nightclub, guaranteed!

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Montreal Craft Brewery and Beer Tasting Small-Group Tour

Booze Tour Montreal
$60
On this 3-hour small-group tour, you'll sample a grand total of eight craft beer samplers, one Whiskey and three delicious snacks. This is, without a doubt, the most generous beer tour available in town! Including an exclusive access to the brewing facilities, ask your expert guide about the city's rich beer history. This personalized excursion through the Old Port is sure to leave you with great impressions and unforgettable memories.

Your memorable journey takes place in one of Montreal's most active and fun areas - the Old Port. This area is a must-see destination in the city for its cultural wealth and historical importance. You will appreciate amazing and varied products, as fresh and tasty as they can be.

You will meet your expert guide directly at the first microbrewery: ''Les Soeurs Grises.'' There, you will receive your first three craft beer samplers, paired with local cheeses. At the same time, you will meet the other tour participants and enjoy the jovial atmosphere. You will then move on to ''3 Brasseurs St-Paul'' to discover their beautiful facilities. While there, you will learn about the brewing process and obtain three new, delicious, beer samplers along with a fresh pretzel. Your beer adventure will conclude at the hospitable ''BreWskey.'' You will feel right at home, and quench your thirst with two specialty beers plus a fabulous Whiskey sampler. The bacon jerky on offer pairs itself just perfectly.

As you walk through the Old Port, your guide will supply you with interesting facts about Montreal's rich beer history. This 3-hour tailored tour includes a grand total of eight craft beer samplers, one Whiskey and three delicious snacks. This is, without a doubt, the most generous beer tour available in town! The fun and memories are, of course, free of charge!

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Microbrewery, Microdistillery and Mixology Tour

Booze Tour Montreal
$151

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.

Enjoy a fully guided, 4.5-hour tour by Montreal's Absolut Vodka Brand ambassador or by a beer or wine sommelier.

After meeting at SAQ on Avenue Atwater, the tour begins at Cirka Distilleries, the fist distillery that properly distills their alcohol in Montreal. They make vodka, though it can't be legally called that because it's 'too flavorful,' according to the licensing body.

Next, travel by bus to Ma Brasserie, a co-operative brewing facility, for a tour and tasting. Then head to Mayfair Cocktail Bar, a sleek venue known for its tea and kombucha cocktails. Enjoy gourmet snacks and a cocktail of choice. Afterwards, finish the tour at Le 4e Mur, a speakeasy with a secret entrance. Here, enjoy a cozy subterranean ambiance while watching cocktails being made by flair bartenders.

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Museum of Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal

Museums Montreal
$4
Saint Joseph's Oratory Museum, located in the heart of the Basilica, is principally dedicated to sacred art. It offers a treasure of religious, historical and artistic heritage from Quebec and abroad.

The Oratory owns an impressive collection of art work related to the life of the Holy Family and Saint Joseph. 

Temporary exhibit
: Saint Joseph in Montréal (from June 1, 2017)
The museum will present Joseph, the father of Jesus, as an important saint in Montréal. This year the city is celebrating its 375 Anniversary.

The permanent exhibit : the Oratory's Nativity Scenes — Its collection of creches forged the Museum's reputation. Around 200 works from Quebec and from over 100 countries make up the permanent exhibit.

Dioramas of Saint Joseph's life : created in 1955 by Montreal Sculptor Joseph Guardo, these life-size dioramas, representing scenes of Saint Joseph's earthly life, continue to captivate all visitors big and small.

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Ecomuseum Zoo: Discover Québec's Wildlife in Summer

Museums Montreal
$14
Visit Montréal’s one and only outdoor zoo! Featuring animal species exclusively from Québec in a cozy and natural setting, the Ecomuseum Zoo provides a unique opportunity to commune with nature just 20 minutes from downtown Montréal. All residents of the Ecomuseum Zoo are there for a special reason: orphaned, injured or born under professional human care, each of them could not return to the wild. Hence, they have found a loving, permanent home at the zoo. Be ready to meet Black Bears, Canada Lynx, Woodland Caribou, Gray Wolves, Eagles, waterfowl and many other ambassadors of Québec’s wildlife.

Visit Montréal's Ecomuseum Zoo and enjoy up-close encounters with Québec’s wildlife in a cozy and natural setting.

During your outdoor visit, you will meet mammals like the Arctic Fox, the Fisher and the American Porcupine. You will also meet owls, hawks, eagles and immerse yourself in the fascinating world of ducks and waterfowl while visiting the zoo's aviary.

Once your outdoor visit is complete, you can visit the indoor “From Light to Dark” exhibit, where you will meet Québec's reptiles, amphibians, fish and small nocturnal mammals. You are more than welcome to stay afterwards and enjoy a coffee or snack in the lunch area. Please note that the zoo does not have a restaurant on-site. The whole visit should take approximately 2 hours.

The Ecomuseum Zoo is proud to be a member of Canada's Accredited Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA), an organization that advocates for the welfare of animals and promotes education, conservation and scientific research.

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Montreal McCord Museum Admission and Guided Tour

Museums Montreal
$16

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.

With its modern, interactive approach to celebrating life in Montreal, both past and present, the McCord Museum reflects a city open to the world. The McCord is the ideal place to explore Montreal's history over the years through its key places, the heritage of Canada's First Peoples and the achievements and creativity of Montrealers.

The McCord Museum is home to one of the largest historical collections in North America totaling more than 1.4 million artifacts. It presents exciting exhibitions that engage visitors by offering them a contemporary look at the world. The collections document Montreal's pivotal role in Canada's development from the early 18th century through the 21st, and the social and cultural dimensions of the lives of those connected to the city.

Visit the museum for fun, educational and cultural activities  with digital devices.

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Grévin Wax Museum Admission in Montreal

Museums Montreal
$14
Come face-to-face with Michael Jackson, President Obama, Justin Bieber, Albert Einstein and more at the Grévin Museum in Montreal, the famed Parisian wax museum's first location outside of France. This family-friendly museum features more than 120 stunningly realistic wax figures of high-profile celebrities, world leaders, sports gods, famous scientists and more. You can also create a virtual wax figure of yourself!

With your admission ticket in hand, head to the Grévin Museum, located on the fifth floor of the Montreal Eaton Centre. Grevin has been making renowned wax figures since 1882, and Montreal was chosen by this famed Parisian wax museum as the site of its very first location outside of France.


Come face-to-face with more than 120 personalities who've made their mark on Canadian, Quebecois and French history. Meet hockey legend Jean Beliveau, singer Robert Charlebois, astronaut Julie Payette and actress Céline Dion, and snap a photo with Montreal's mayor as you walk by.


Marvel at the incredibly life-like figures of Barack Obama, Albert Einstein, Justin Bieber and Michael Jackson, as well as several other world leaders, celebrities, politicians, scientists and sports legends.


Then, experience the know-how of skilled Grévin artisans as you explore the Grévin workshops. Take part in a virtual wax figure-making workshop and enjoy the immersive scenography by Montreal's Moment Factory. You can also create a virtual wax figure of yourself!


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Belmont Park
This colorful space will fill children with wonder and bring back the magic of earlier times. Meet Charlie Chaplin, The Little Prince, Justin Bieber and even an acrobat from Cirque du Soleil. Then there is Adam Jensen, the character from Deus Ex, whom you can interact with via video game animations.


The Ballroom
Mingle with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley during a glamorous ballroom reception. Watch as they all dance to music performed by Ray Charles, Louis Armstrong and Céline Dion, among others.


Hotel Grévin
Spend a few moments with John Lennon and Yoko Ono who, like Steve Jobs, have taken rooms at the Hotel Grévin. Move from one ambiance to another as you walk through classy suites and peculiar rooms.

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Quebec City Day Tour from Montreal

Multiday Tour Montreal
$40

On this exciting day tour, you'll journey to Quebec City, one of the oldest cities in North America. Stop at Capital Observatory and explore Quebec City and the Petit Champlain, the oldest commercial street in North America. After lunch, head to Montmorency Falls, where you'll get to the top of the falls to admire the beauty and the magnificence of the St-Lawrence River and its surrounding areas. 

After departing Montreal at 7:00am, take a 3-hour drive to Quebec City, one of the oldest cities in North America. You'll first stop at Capital Observatory, the tallest building in the city. The 31-story high observation deck offers 360-degree panoramic views of the capital. Then after, you'll have free time to visit the old Quebec City. As the only fortified city in North America, Quebec City has a history of more than 400 years. Discover Quebec City from many different angles: politics, military, history, heritage, architecture and so much more. Then take the chance to explore the Petit Champlain, the oldest commercial street in North America.

Following lunch (not included), head to the Montmorency Falls. Standing at 83 meters high, it is the largest waterfall in the Province of Quebec. You will get to the top of the falls to admire the beauty and the magnificence of the St-Lawrence River and its surrounding areas.

You will leave Quebec City and arrive in Montreal around 7:00pm. 

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Laurentian Mountains Day Trip From Montreal

Multiday Tour Montreal
$80
Explore Canada's beautiful Laurentian Mountains on this day trip from Montreal. As you make your way along narrow country lanes that crisscross the scenic alpine landscape, admire views of the mountains — including 2,871-foot (875-meter) Mont Tremblant — and stop in charming towns like St-Sauveur, St-Adolphe d'Howard and Mont-Tremblant. Discover lakeside villages, take a cruise on Lac des Sables, and stop for photo ops of the stunning foliage. When you're not with your guide, learning about the area's history, you'll have free time to eat, shop and walk around.

Depart Montreal in the morning for your day trip to the Laurentian Mountains (Les Laurentides), one of Montrealers' favorite getaway spots.

Your first stop is the village of St-Sauveur, where you'll be charmed by its cute main street lined with boutiques, cafes and shops. Enjoy one hour of free time here to browse the shops for souvenirs, admire the town's historical buildings or enjoy a cup of coffee.

After meeting back up with your guide, make your way to the next village, St-Adolphe d'Howard, about 20 minutes away. Stop here briefly for a photo op of Lac Joseph before continuing about 30 minutes down the road to the village of St-Agathe-des-Monts. When you arrive in town, head to the lakeshore to board a boat — the Croisieres Alouette — for your 50-minute cruise on beautiful Lac des Sables, one of the most picturesque lakes in the Laurentians.

Finally, head to the last stop of the day, Mont-Tremblant, about half an hour away. On your way to Mont-Tremblant, your guide will give you a short introduction to the village and adjacent ski resort of the same name, including facts about the resort's founder, Joseph Ryan, an American who came to the mountain looking for gold.

When you arrive, you'll have three hours of free time to eat, shop, walk around the village and take advantage of the alpine sightseeing activities, such as riding the gondola up to the top of Mont Tremblant, the highest peak in the Laurentians. Perhaps you want to linger over a long French lunch with good wine, or just grab a sandwich before discovering what's happening in the village that day; events often take place, such as the Tremblant International Blues Festival (all food, drinks, activities and events at your own expense).

Finally, make the two-hour drive back to Montreal, where your day trip ends.

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Quebec City and Montmorency Falls Day Trip from Montreal

Multiday Tour Montreal
$92

Visit the historic heart of French Canada on this day trip from Montreal to Quebec City. On your sightseeing tour, see famous landmarks including Place Royale, Notre Dame Basilica, the Parliament Building, Montmorency Falls and the Plains of Abraham as you explore quaint narrow streets filled with old-world charm, and learn about the city's fascinating French-Canadian history from your guide. Enjoy free time to walk through Old Quebec, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and take a scenic cruise on the St Lawrence River during the months of May through October!

After pickup from your Montreal hotel, you'll be taken 2.5 hours northeast by coach to Quebec City, the historic heart of French Canada located on the St Lawrence River. The oldest settlement in North America, this capital city's charming narrow streets and quaint neighborhoods are steeped in fascinating history.

On your sightseeing tour, your knowledgeable local guide will explain the history of Quebec City, which was founded as a fort by the French in the 1500s. Pass famous landmarks and historical treasures including picturesque Place Royale, Notre Dame Basilica, the Parliament Building, Ile d'Orleans and the Plains of Abraham, where the famous battle between the French and English took place in 1759.

Visit the oldest quarter in North America, the Petit Champlain district, and admire views of Montmorency Falls, an incredible waterfall and emblem of the city seated between the Montmorency River and the St Lawrence River. This magnificent natural gem is taller than Niagara Falls!

Enjoy free time after your tour to explore Old Quebec, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During the months of May through October, you can choose to take a scenic 1.5-hour cruise on the St Lawrence River during your free time!

Your tour ends with drop-off at your Montreal hotel.

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    Old Montreal Ghost Walking Tour

    Ghost Tours Montreal
    $20
    Immerse yourself in the dark side of Old Montreal on this exciting ghost walk. After night falls, follow your guide through the hidden streets of Old Montreal and hear the haunted stories of Montreal and its spooky ghosts! You'll be entertained by legends of criminals, witchcraft and grim events that haunt the city streets.

    Traditional Ghost Walk
    Follow your guide, an expert storyteller and a professional actor, through Old Montreal to discover haunted places where Montreal's dark, gruesome history unfolds.

    The itinerary of this themed tour will take you in different streets and alleys of Old Montréal, from Places Royale to Bonsecours Market. As you explore the city streets in search of notorious criminals and villains, you'll hear fascinating stories about crimes, hangings, fires, witchcraft and mysterious phenomena that stump even ghost experts. Fascinating tales await you!

    Along the way, you will discover unexplained phenomena and outdoor locations where disturbing and significant events have taken place. You will hear unsettling stories and legends that unveil the sinister past of Old Montréal. At the end of it all, you will be left wondering if ghosts really do haunt Old Montréal...

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    Montréal's Old Red Light District Ghost Walk

    Ghost Tours Montreal
    $20

    Enjoy a memorable evening where you will discover the grim past of Montréal's Old Red Light District. This unique 90-minute haunted Ghost Walk is sure to please ghost hunters, history buffs and Halloween lovers with its creepy tales of paranormal activity and the ghostly spirits who haunt the heart of Montréal's Quartier des spectacles (entertainment district), once the most notorious Red Light District in all of North America.

    Led by a professional actor and storyteller, hear twisted tales about the dark and salacious history of the old Red Light District and visit exterior sites that are reputed to be haunted. Learn about Montréal's transformation from a strictly religious colony into "Sin City" and how the clergy tried to stop it at every turn. Montréal's shady Red Light history will be laid bare, with tales of haunted theatres and hotels, a deranged Victorian waxworks museum, paranormal encounters in old brothels, a ghost street, and ghastly murder.

    Accompanied by your storyteller, you will stroll through the streets of Montréal's Quartier des spectacles (entertainment district), the city's former Red Light District. The tour starts from the Midway Tavern and ends near the corner of Ontario St. East & Sanguinet St. The activity includes stops at exterior sites that are reputed to be haunted or where significant events unfolded, such as Peace Park, Monument National and Théâtre du Nouveau Monde. 

    You will hear about some of the most notorious characters from the era, such as bank robber Machine-Gun Molly, Burlesque Queen Lili St. Cyr, and brothel-owner Marcel Les-Dents-en-Or.  The spirit of McGill University's most infamous graduate, abortionist and serial killer Dr. Thomas Neill Cream, is said to haunt the area to this very day.

    Despite the best efforts by authorities to "clean up" the unsavory neighborhood, whether through brothel raids, legal battles, theatre closures, the demolition of entire city blocks, or the rebranding of the entire neighbourhood as the Quartier des spectacles, the ghosts of the Red Light District still remain!

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    Le Bateau-Mouche Sightseeing Cruise in Montreal

    Water Tour Montreal
    $23

    A cruise on Bateau-Mouche is a must when visiting Old Montreal. Whether you are on the main deck, the upper deck or on the beautiful terrace, Bateau-Mouche's lustrous environment will charm you. The guided 60 or 90-minute day tours will give you a well-deserved break. Hotel pick-up and drop-off are not included: you will meet your guide at the Jacques-Cartier Pier. Snacks and bar service will be available for purchase on board at additional costs.

    Meet for this cruise along the water at Jacques-Cartier Pier in the Old Port of Montreal. You can pick from four different departure times, so depending on which time you choose, make sure to show up about 30 minutes before that time. Boarding is 15 minutes prior to the departure of time, and seating is on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please note that Bateau-Mouche is a smoke-free environment.

    Bateau-Mouche offers exclusive tours on water inaccessible to other boats. Moreover, thanks to its flat bottom, Bateau-Mouche allows for smooth sailing, bringing you closer to the splendor of the St. Lawrence River and its coastline. 

    Enjoy panoramic views of the Olympic Stadium, Clock Tower, Biosphère, Jacques Cartier Bridge, and Habitat 67. This cruise is guided by a local guide who tells you interesting facts along the way. Snacks and bar service are also available on board (additional costs).

    After your boat cruise, get dropped back off at the Pier with the rest of the day to enjoy even more Montreal.

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    Montreal Paddleboat Rental

    Water Tour Montreal
    $7
    Enjoy a new perspective of Old Montreal as you explore the waters of the Old Port in your own paddleboat, or ‘pedalo,' as it's known in French. A 30- or 60-minute paddleboat rental on Bonsecours Basin allows you to admire Montreal's beautiful waterfront in a fun and active way. With a max of two adults and two kids, a paddleboat makes for a fabulous daytime family activity, or if you're a couple, go in the evening for a romantic sunset ‘cruise.'

    Your paddleboat rental starts at Jacques Cartier Pier (Quai Jacques-Cartier) in Montreal's Old Port (Vieux-Port), where you'll check in and hear a few safety tips before hopping in your boat and setting off into Bonsecours Basin. Surrounded by two piers and tree-lined Bonsecours Basin Park, the basin is a protected part of the St Lawrence River, so you'll have calm waters and no boat traffic.

    With your friends, family or special someone, pedal around the basin for either 30 minutes or one hour, depending on the option selected at booking. As you pedal, look for Old Montreal sights like Bonsecours Market (Marché Bonsecours) and Notre Dame Basilica (Basilique Notre-Dame). When your time is up, return to the pier to turn in your paddleboat.

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    Helicopter Tour Over Montreal

    Air Tours Montreal
    $135

    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 the best perspective out there. Fly along the Saint-Laurent with a 30-minute ride 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.

    The tour will start with quick safety-briefing from your pilot. Get to know the pilot, the aircraft, and feel comfortable before take off. When ready, and after a great photo opportunity in front of the helicopter, you'll take-off immediately and head through the skies to Montreal. 

    During the ride, you'll discover the Quebec Capitol from the sky at the altitude of 1500ft. You'll fly over every monument and see all the best spots of the city from this totally unique perspective. See the Olympic Stadium, Downtown Montreal, and Mount Royal. The twenty minute ride will bring you back to the airport through the Old Port of Montreal and Victoria Bridge.

    If you go with the 30-minute ride, you'll fly along the Saint-Laurent to go over the Parc Jean Drapeau, and Jacques Cartier Bridge until the Boucherville Islands. Head over the countryside for views of beautiful landscape, and enjoy the natural splendors of Montreal. The photo opportunities on this flight are abundant and unforgettable. Sightseeing by helicopter is undoubtedly thrilling and luxury afforded to few, so take this opportunity to forgo a traditional city tour and see the city from the endless skies above. 

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    Helicopter Pilot Experience

    Air Tours Montreal
    $279
    Complete Experience of Helicopter Pilot : be the Pilot in Command for one day !

    Included in the package :
    15-20 minutes of Theory instructions
    15-20 minutes of briefing/debriefing of the flight
    30 minutes of flight while you will be the pilot in command

    Live a complete immersion in pilot's job from A to Z ! Flight preparation, helicopter inspection, piloting, you will go through all the steps of a flight.

    Arriving at Hélicraft, we'll start with a 30-min theory class : different types of helicopters, operation of controls, safety briefing, we'll pass by every generalities.

    Then, you'll do a quick flight brief : the instructor will describe the flight and what he is expecting from you.
    You'll check the weather forecasts, helicopter papers, a quick walk-around the helicopter to inspect mechanic parts (mandatory before each flight), and finally, you'll board in the helicopter for a 30 min flight.
    The instructor will take in charge take-off and landing, but since it's done, you will fly the helicopter ! You'll learn how to turn, manage altitude, speed, and will discover how to hover.

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    Old Montréal VIP semi-private walking tour

    Private Tours Montreal
    $36
    Discover Montréal's birthplace with a professional guide on this exclusive 2-hour semi-private walking tour of Old Montréal. In a small group of maximum 6 participants, you will enjoy a privileged and personalized experience with some special attentions such as a beverage and rest stop treat. The admission to the magnificent Notre-Dame basilica is also included.

    Enjoy this semi-private walking tour of Old Montréal (maximum 6 participants per group) led by a professional local guide who will share its knowledge and passion. The Old Montréal VIP circuit includes the interior visit of Notre-Dame Basilica, goes across the historical borough from place d'Armes to place Jacques-Cartier through Notre-Dame and Saint-Paul Streets, and ends at Place Royale. Venture inside Notre-Dame basilica and admire its beautiful interior. Stroll through the charming cobblestone streets and winding alleys of the historic district, revealing its rich heritage. Make a nice rest-stop treat along the way. In short, this visit is filled with interesting historical, architectural and anecdotal information that highlight the best of Montréal's birthplace. Your guide might even show you some hidden gems that you will never find in a travel guide. Join your expert guide on this wonderful tour!

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    Small Private Sleighride

    Private Tours Mont-Tremblant
    $103
    Lead by two Percheron horses, our experienced driver will take you on a private sleigh ride over fields and through forests.

    Our private two-horse sleigh ride  is a great occasion to slow down and relax, look at the scenery, and chat. Perfect for horse lovers, families, friends and romantics, the 45-minute ride takes you on winding trails over fields and through the snow covered forest. Our sleigh can seat up to 4 adults, or 3 adults and 2 children. Bring a thermos of hot coffee or hot chocolate for the ride if you wish. Blankets are provided to keep you warm and cozy, but it is important to dress properly in order to enjoy the ride to the fullest. The location is just two minutes from Tremblant resort and there is plenty of parking onsite.

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    Montreal Attraction Pass

    Sightseeing Passes Montreal
    $92

    Experience Montreal's Joie de vivre by visiting it's 23 must-see touristic and cultural attractions within a 72-hour period. This city pass does double duty for visitors: not only does it allow them to save money at major Montreal attractions, but it makes getting around the city easier with a built-in chip that gives unlimited access to public transportation, including the 747 Aéroport P.-E.-Trudeau shuttle.

    Pick up your passeport MTL at La Vitrine culturelle and soak up tons of culture, history and more by flashing it at the following Montréal attractions. Attractions included:

    • Au Sommet Place Ville Marie
    • Bateau-Mouche (60 minutes cruises) at the Old Port
    • Botanical Garden – Space for Life (including entrance to the Insectarium)
    • Casino de Montréal ($25 in gaming credits)
    • Croisières AML (60 minutes riverboat cruises)
    • Centre Phi
    • DHC/ART
    • Écomusée du fier monde
    • Écorécréo Old port (one quadricycle or boat rental)
    • Écorécréo Parc Jean-Drapeau
    • Guided tour - Olympic Stadium
    • Maison Saint-Gabriel, Museum and Historic Site
    • McCord Museum
    • Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal
    • Musée Grévin Montréal
    • Museum of Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal
    • Musée Dufresne-Nincheri
    • Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium – Space for Life
    • Stewart Museum
    • Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
    • Montreal Tower / Olympic Park
    • MTL Zipline
    • Ecomuseum zoo
    • Centre d'histoire de Montréal
    • Biosphère - Environment museum
    • Lasergame-évolution
    1. Reservations for cruises and some museum exhibitions are recommended.
    2. The card is valid for one admission to each of the attractions listed above and must be kept during all public transit trips.
    3. The Passeport MTL gives you unlimited access to the Société de transport de Montréal's bus and metro line services on the island of Montréal. It also includes travel on the Montréal-Trudeau Airport Shuttle Bus. It is valid from the date and hour of the first ride validated on STM public transit and ends after 72 hours.
    4. The Passeport MTL is valid from the date and time of the first use at the ticket counter of an attraction and ends after 72 hours.