The Island of Montreal is a great place for urban entertainment, thanks to its many museums, historical sites, parks and even a zoo. Head to the Old Port for a cruise, then check out the many vibrant neighbourhoods that attract visitors seeking new food experiences. Whether you’re into shopping, festivals, nightlife, culture or architecture, this cosmopolitan universe is where you’ll want to be.

A delicious adventure with Local Montreal Food Tours

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Entertaining and educational, these tours take you around Montreal’s less-travelled corners with experienced guides so you can discover the true nature of the city’s lively and picturesque neighbourhoods, as well as their culture, architecture, landmarks and some of their best-kept secrets. From exciting Mile End to historic Old Montreal, you’ll be introduced to an eclectic and creative side of the city’s cuisine, meet culinary artisans and taste local products. It’s a great way to get your fill of Montreal flavours!

Immerse yourself in the heritage and architectural charm of Old Montreal

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Dating back to the 19th century, the magnificent stone buildings on Saint-Paul and De la Commune streets are still full of life today. Some used to be warehouses but have been renovated and now house local designer and craft stores, art galleries, artists’ studios and the famous Marché Bonsecours. Chansonnier bars, jazz clubs and buzzing lounges make for a lively nightlife along these old cobblestone streets with a unique character.

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