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  • Old port of Montréal

    Old port of Montréal

    A unique 2.5 km recreation and tourism park, the Quays of the Old Port offer a variety of activities, including cruises, excursions, exhibits, events and animation, as well as a range of indoor activities. In winter, the Old Port's skating rink is open for three months to fully take advantage of the winter season.

  • Casino de Montréal

    Casino de Montréal

    Located in the former French and Québec pavilions of Expo ‘67, the Casino de Montréal has over 3,000 slot machines and 120 gaming tables presented in a dazzling setting. The casino is also home to Le Cabaret, a spectacular 500-seat performance hall dedicated to world-class variety shows, and four restaurants sure to suit every taste, from a quick snack to a gourmet experience.

  • Walking tour of Old Montréal with Guidatour

    Walking tour of Old Montréal with Guidatour

    Old Montréal Walking Tours with guaranteed departures from the beginning of April to the end of November. Certified professional guides. Visits filled with historical, architectural and anecdotal information. Private guides available for classic or themed tours by bus or by foot, educational activities for students or scavenger hunt for teambuilding. Customized programs in 21 languages, year-round, on the day and time of your choice. Montréal Ghosts activities also offered.

  • Culinary Tours : Flavors and aromas of Old Montréal

    Culinary Tours : Flavors and aromas of Old Montréal

    Flavors and aromas of Old Montréal is an authentic discovery of the culinary, cultural and historical charms of the oldest district of Montréal, trough its small and harrow cobblestone streets. Food boutiques open their doors to make you taste their delicacies while a guide from Visites de Montréal explains the influence of the Amerindians and the nuns on our food habits, and how the World Expo in 1967 brought exotic food on our tables.


  • Montréal Botanical Garden

    Montréal Botanical Garden
    With an outstanding collection that boasts more than 22,000 species and varieties of plants, the Montréal Botanical Garden is considered one of the world's most important gardens. Spread over 180 acres, visitors can discover ten exhibition greenhouses and over 30 gardens that abound with the colours and fragrances of the world.
  • Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Museum of Archaeology and History

    Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Museum of Archaeology and History

    A national historic site, Pointe-à-Callière is located in the birthplace of Montréal. Built atop actual remains, Pointe-à-Callière offers visitors an authentic archaeological tour. The most recent technology and a multimedia show projected above the ruins depict Montréal's past in a new light. Interpreter-guides, who sometimes double as storytellers, are stationed along the tour route to explain the history of the site and bring it to life.

  • Basilica of Notre-Dame de Montréal - AURA

    Basilica of Notre-Dame de Montréal - AURA

    Every year the basilica attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors. Guided tours are offered daily in French, English, and in Spanish. In the evening, the experience AURA begins with a path of lights, revealing the Basilica's wealth of exquisite works. A progressive immersion into a sonically and visually captivating universe guides visitors to the heart of the heart of Notre-Dame. Then, light, orchestral music and grandiose architecture combine to create a unique, three-act multimedia spectacle.

  • La Grande Roue de Montréal (Ferris Wheel)

    La Grande Roue de Montréal (Ferris Wheel)

    Since it first opened in 1992, 13 million visitors have travelled through this "house of life", a concept that is unique in the world. Plants and animals by the thousands, cliffs and waterways, even the climate itself, all recreate with stunning realism the four finest ecosystems of the Americas. Guides are experienced biologists available to answer visitors' questions

  • Montréal Tower / Olympic Park

    Montréal Tower / Olympic Park

    At 165 metres high (541 ft) with a 45-degree angle, the Montréal Tower is the tallest inclined tower in the world. A one-of-a-kind, glass-encased funicular, which brings visitors on a breathtaking two-minute ride to the Tower Observatory, is the only one in the world built along a curved structure. The Tower Observatory’s 360º panorama offers spectacular views and has been awarded the highest rating of three stars by the renowned Michelin Guide. 

  • Montréal en histoires - Cité Mémoire

    Montréal en histoires - Cité Mémoire

    Head to Old Montréal, the Old Port of Montréal, and the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel to admire the 25 tableaux of one of the world's largest projection circuits! Access over 75 points of interest and 30 augmented reality experiences, day and night. Discover the history of the city by downloading the free “Montréal en Histoires” mobile application available in four languages: French, English, Spanish, and Mandarin.

  • Montréal Museum of Fine Arts

    Montréal Museum of Fine Arts

    Founded in 1860, the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts is one of Canada's oldest art museums and one of the country's most important art institutions. Its permanent encyclopaedic collection, which groups all forms of art from Antiquity to today, is among the most impressive in North America. The museum's temporary exhibitions also greatly contribute to its enviable international reputation.

  • Guidatour / Montréal on wheels

    Guidatour / Montréal on wheels

    Montréal on Wheels offers rentals of regular and electric bikes, tandems, trailers for children, rollerblades and electric scooters. Montréal on Wheels as well as offering rollerblading lessons and guided bike tours.

  • Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal

    Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal

    Founded in 1904, Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal is a jewel of Canadian history. A haven of peace and spirituality in the heart of Montréal! The shrine offers religious celebrations, concerts, exhibits to millions of visitors, in the spirit of its founder Saint Brother André.

  • Restaurants


    Renowned for its fine cuisine, bistros and cafés, Montréal, the North-American capital of gastronomy according to the AAA, offers a wide variety of culinary specialties, for a regional and international savoury journey!

  • Shopping


    Whether for haute couture or original souvenirs, Montréal is the ideal place to shop. Explore streets lined with Victorian boutiques and antique shops or visit a network of under and above ground malls!

  • Airport


    Montréal-Trudeau international airport is located approximately 20 km from the downtown area and welcomes direct flights from close to 130 airports. Over 40 carriers offer hundreds of regular weekly flights to multiple destinations across North and South America, as well as Europe.

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