We are an independent local tour facilitator and our customers benefit from an in-depth and intimate knowledge of Montreal. Our clients range from executive independent travelers to mid-large size student and senior group tours. Have something specific in mind? Contact us and let’s see how we can make your stay in Montreal a memorable one.
We pride ourselves in offering personalized service that not only respond to our customer’s needs but anticipate them. Services are offered in many different languages for groups and the individual traveler. Our loyal clientele is a testament to our commitment to making your tour a memorable one. One of our specialties is custom tours for students and seniors. Understanding the unique travel requirements of both types of groups, we are ready to put our experience to work for you.
A slice of Europe on the North American continent Montreal is an exciting blend of old and new. A city of year-round festivals, a cultural mosaic where people of all ethnicities feel at home. With a population of more than four million, Montreal is the second largest city in Canada and the largest French-speaking city in the world outside of France. Playing host to global events such as Expo 67 and the 1976 summer Olympic Games, as well as internationally renowned annual extravaganzas like the Jazz Festival, the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival and the Formula 1 Grand Prix race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
Montrealers take pride in welcoming the world. Visitors find a wealth of sights to see and things to do from strolling the historic cobblestone streets of Old Montreal and exploring downtown’s expansive underground city to savouring the fine dining of the city’s numerous restaurants and bistros. Crescent Street. St. Denis and Boulevard St. Laurent are destinations of choice for night owls, offering an unparalleled selection of trendy nightclubs to keep you partying into the wee hours.
A visit to “the Mountain”, as Montrealers affectionately refer to Mount Royal in the heart of town, is a must for nature lovers and everyone else who would appreciate the stunning view of Montreal’s downtown core set against the backdrop of the mighty St. Lawrence River. Looking east, you’ll see the Olympic Stadium in Montreal’s east end, next door to which stands the second largest Botanical Garden in the world. Also situated on Mount Royal is St Joseph’s Oratory, the largest pilgrimage centre in the world dedicated to St-Joseph. Recreation enthusiasts can look forward to mile upon mile of walking and bike paths, some stretching the length and breadth of the island, as well as recreational activities ranging from the jet boating on the Lachine Rapids to the excitement of La Ronde, a world-class amusement park located on the former site of Expo 67. Feeling lucky? Try your hand at the nearby Montreal Casino.