Montréal: Three Day Tour

Montréal: Three Day Tour
Discover the beauty of Montréal’s Bell Centre and Olympic Park, walk through Place Jacques Cartier, visit the Botanical Garden and experience a traditional Quebecois feast at an authentic sugar shack.
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Day 1 Bonjour Montréal
Travel to Montréal
Meet your tour director
Montréal Driving Tour
Champlain BridgeOlympic ParkMont RoyalChinatownBusiness DistrictBell CentreMontréal Universities
Details: Montréal Driving Tour
Sit back and get comfortable as you begin your scenic journey through Montréal. Travel along the south shore of the Champlain Bridge to see Île Ste-Hélène, a man-made island where the actual Formula 1 Canada Grande Prix takes place, Habitat 67, the Biosphère, and La Ronde. Cross the Jacques-Cartier Bridge to see the Olympic Park, Downtown Montréal, Chinatown, and Mont Royal.
Details: Dinner
Enjoy a delicious meal inspired by the local cuisine.
Day 2 Learn the Ropes
Breakfast
Old Montréal walking tour
Place Jacques CartierMarche BonsecoursHotel de VilleVieux Port
Old Montréal Rally
Details: Notre-Dame Basilica visit
When he saw his church completed, the Protestant architect of the Notre Dame Basilica was so inspired that he converted to Catholicism. The blue-and-gold interior certainly is inspiring—practically every inch of the immense church is covered in gold leaf. The imported stained-glass windows show the history of Montréal. This famous Basilica demonstrates how the church played a significant role in Canada’s history.
Details: Dinner and traditional entertainment at a sugar shack
Enjoy a hearty authentic Québecois meal complete with traditional music and entertainment.
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Day 3 Au Revoir Montréal
Breakfast
Travel home
Details: St-Viateur Bagel Shop
This famous bagel shop in Montréal was first opened in 1957 by Myer Lewkowicz, who brought his now famous bagel recipe over from Eastern Europe. Sit inside this famous 50 year old bakery and sink your teeth into one of the deliciously doughy bagels loaded with cream cheese.
Details: Mont Royal and Beaver Lake visit
Overlooking the city of Montréal, Mont Royal boasts breathtaking views from the highest point in the city. Considered to be the oldest protected area in Québec, this large urban park was designed by celebrated landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted. Inspired by “the poetic charms of natural scenery,” the park would be his only creation in Canada. Students can experience the public sculptures, paintings and installations, explore Smith House, the Chalet and the Beaver Lake Pavilion, and see a cross originally erected in 1643 to give thanks to God for saving the colony from a flood.

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    Day 3 Explore the Cultural Hub
    Breakfast
    Olympic Park Visit
    Botanical Garden visitInsectarium & Botanical Gardens
    Details: Olympic Park Visit
    Get ready for a day unlike any other as you tour this trio of peculiar attractions. Plants, animals and insects await you as you make your way through the many different worlds along this special trail. From there, it’s on to the Montréal Botanical Gardens where you can explore a vast collection of plant species and greenhouses. And then, it’s on to the Insectarium, where you’ll learn everything you ever wanted to know about the little critters. With more than 4,000 specimens on display, let’s hope you’re not too squeamish.
    Details: Botanical Garden visit
    Stop and smell the roses. With its collection of 22,000 plant species and cultivars, 10 exhibition greenhouses, some thirty thematic gardens, and teams of researchers and activities staff, the Montréal Botanical Garden ranks as one of the world's largest and most spectacular botanical gardens.
    Details: Olympic Park Tower Observatory
    Ride the funiculaire to the tallest leaning tower in the world, rising 170 meters at a 45-degree angle, for a spectacular birds-eye view of the city.
    Details: Mont Royal and Beaver Lake visit
    Overlooking the city of Montréal, Mont Royal boasts breathtaking views from the highest point in the city. Considered to be the oldest protected area in Québec, this large urban park was designed by celebrated landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted. Inspired by “the poetic charms of natural scenery,” the park would be his only creation in Canada. Students can experience the public sculptures, paintings and installations, explore Smith House, the Chalet and the Beaver Lake Pavilion, and see a cross originally erected in 1643 to give thanks to God for saving the colony from a flood.
    Details: Dinner
    Enjoy a delicious meal inspired by the local cuisine.
    Day 4 Au Revoir Montréal
    Breakfast
    Explore Montréal
    Travel home
    Details: St-Viateur Bagel Shop
    This famous bagel shop in Montréal was first opened in 1957 by Myer Lewkowicz, who brought his now famous bagel recipe over from Eastern Europe. Sit inside this famous 50 year old bakery and sink your teeth into one of the deliciously doughy bagels loaded with cream cheese.
    Map of Montreal
    Tour Includes:
    • 2 overnight stays (3 with extension) in hotels with private bathrooms
    • Round-trip transportation
    • Hot Breakfast daily (note: Continental breakfast will be provided at Budget or Residence style hotels)
    • Dinner daily (except departure day)
    • Full-time services of a professional Tour Director
    • Guided sightseeing and city walks as per itinerary
    • Visits to select attractions as per itinerary
    • Overnight security chaperone
    • Tour Diary™
    • Note: Tour cost does not include airline-imposed baggage fees, or fees for any required passport or visa. Please visit our Fees FAQ page for a full list of items that may not be included in the cost of your tour.

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