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Ice Wine Tour from Montreal with Exclusive Winery Access

Ice Wine Tour from Montreal with Exclusive Winery Access - Montreal, Canada
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Montreal, Canada

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$79.92

Delight your taste buds with this small-group wine-tasting tour from Montreal to Quebec wine country. This tour is a unique winter experience that reveals the secrets behind one of the region’s world-renowned products: ice wine ... More info ›

Delight your taste buds with this small-group wine-tasting tour from Montreal to Quebec wine country. This tour is a unique winter experience that reveals the secrets behind one of the region’s world-renowned products: ice wine. You’ll take exclusive tours of three wineries, take an ice wine cocktail-mixing class, enjoy wine tastings, and savor a gourmet lunch.

You’ll be picked up from downtown Montreal or Old Montreal in the morning and be taken by comfortable mini-coach through beautiful Quebec wine country.

On your unique ice wine tour, you’ll be welcomed by the owners at three vineyards. Start with an ice wine cocktail-mixing class, where you’ll learn tips on how to create the best flavors with this refreshing drink, which is a type of dessert wine produced from grapes that have been frozen while still on the vine.

For a more comprehensive overview of this world-renowned product, you’ll be led on exclusive winery tours that aren’t open to the public in the winter. Feel like a privileged insider as you discover secrets about the ice wine-making process that few others know! Follow that up with some tastings of this unique wine.

Your tour includes a delicious warm lunch -  inspired by Quebec's tradition - that includes pea soup, maple roasted ham, traditional meat pie with sweet & sour fruit ketchup and maple baked beans. Pair your meal with a green salad and a glass of wine. At the end of the day, you'll be taken back to Montreal.

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4-Hour Montreal Half-Day Bike Tour

4-Hour Montreal Half-Day Bike Tour - Montreal, Canada
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Montreal, Canada

From USD
$70.52

  • 4-Hour Montreal Guided Bike Tour

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 neighbourhoods, passed 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 ... More info ›

  • 4-Hour Montreal Guided Bike Tour

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 neighbourhoods, passed 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 !

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Flavors of Old Montreal Walking Tour

Flavors of Old Montreal Walking Tour - Montreal, Canada
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Montreal, Canada

From USD
$55.61

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 ... More info ›

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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Montreal Tower Observatory Admission plus Optional Ticket to the Biodome

Montreal Tower Observatory Admission plus Optional Ticket to the Biodome - Montreal, Canada
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Montreal, Canada

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$18.40

Tower of Pisa, move over. Visit the tallest leaning tower in the world — the Montreal Tower — located in the Olympic Stadium complex ... More info ›

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 Biodôme next door. Wander through various land and aquatic ecosystems like a rainforest and polar landscapes, and spot wildlife like lynx, piranhas and penguins.

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 Biodôme
Upgrade and add a visit to the Biodôme, next door to the Montreal Tower. Under one roof, explore replicas of four ecosystems found in the Americas, each with a different climate. The Biodôme houses 500 plant species and more than 4,500 animals from 250 species.

Wander through the lush and warm Tropical Forest, a reproduction of a South American rainforest, and catch sight of thousands of plants and animals, including piranhas, caimans, bats and brightly colored birds.

Move on to the Laurentian Maple Forest of conifers and hardwoods, and spot an array of aquatic and land wildlife like amphibians, reptiles, beavers, porcupines, otters and lynx.

At the Gulf of St Lawrence ecosystem, discover hundreds of fish swimming in a basin holding 660,430 gallons (2.5 million liters) of ‘seawater’ produced at the Biodôme. In addition to fish like cod, striped bass, halibut and salmon, look out for sea stars, anemones, sea cucumbers and crab lining the rocky shores.

In the final ecosystem of the Labrador Coast and Sub-Antarctic Islands, delight in sighting Atlantic puffins, black guillemots and king penguins.

Afterward, take a coffee break at the on-site café or browse through the gift shop for souvenirs. If you’re up for more nature and science, check out the nearby Insectarium, Botanical Garden and Planetarium.

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

Food Tour of Montreal's Little Italy Including Jean Talon Market - Montreal, Canada
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Montreal, Canada

From USD
$55.61

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 ... More info ›

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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Independent Tour of Montreal by Bike

Independent Tour of Montreal by Bike - Montreal, Canada
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Montreal, Canada

From USD
$28.22

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 ... More info ›

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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