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Walking Tour of Old Montreal

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Highlights
  • Choose between east, west, or full Old Montreal walking tour
  • Leave the directions and logistics to your guide while you focus on the sights
  • Included admission to Notre-Dame Basilica, one of Old Montreal's must-sees
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Walking Tour of Old Montreal
From US$20.79
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Old Montreal East & WestMost Popular
3-hour walking tour of east and west sides of Old Montreal. Can be taken on the same day or on different dates. East departs at 11am; west at 1:30pm; live commentary available in English and French.
US$35.31
Old Montreal East 11am
1.5-hour walking tour of the east side of Old Montreal, departing at 11am; live commentary available in English and French.
US$20.79
Old Montreal East 4pm
1.5-hour walking tour of the east side of Old Montreal, departing at 4pm. This option is English only.
US$20.79
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Overview
Get an insider’s take on Old Montreal during this guided walking tour, which lets you leave the navigating to someone else. Choose a shorter walk of either the east or west sides, or a longer walk that covers both. Through your guide’s commentary, come to understand the history, culture, and architecture of the city. Highlights include the Notre-Dame Basilica (admission ticket included), Champ de Mars, City Hall, Bonsecours Market, and Place Jacques-Cartier.
What to Expect
When booking, choose between the east-side (mid-morning departure) or west-side (early afternoon departure) tour. Alternatively, you can book both, which gives you a break for an independent lunch. Meet at the Notre-Dame Basilica, where your guide will give you an orientation before you enter the basilica itself (admission ticket included). Learn about Quebec’s rich religious heritage, and admire the building’s impressive stained-glass windows.

From there, set out on foot through the streets of Old Montreal, leaving navigation to your guide. Listen to commentary on the city’s history, architecture, art, and culture as you visit highlights such as Sulpician Seminary, the Champ de Mars, City Hall, St.-Jacques Street, Place Jacques-Cartier, and  Place Royale.

End up at the domed public market, Bonsecours Market, which is more than 100 years old. From there, you can explore further on your own with your guide’s suggestions.
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Good overview

We got a solid overview of the history of QC with this tour. Easy and convenient. Our tour guide was knowledgeable, organized and helpful when asking for restaurant recommendations for the rest of our journey.

Thank passportcarrier
Reviewed yesterday
East & West walking tour

Took both the east and west tours on the same day; Isabelle did not repeat the morning visit to ND Basilica since everyone on the tour had been on the morning session. Tour was informative....nice mix of history and interesting factoids. duration of both tours...More

Thank ATin2013
Reviewed 2 days ago
A "Don't Miss It" tour of Old Montreal

If you have an interest in touring Old Montreal and learning about the history of this lovely city this is a "don't miss it" tour. We were escorted by Donovan on the Old Montreal East part of the tour who is by turns knowledgeable and...More

1  Thank Marlowe3
Reviewed 3 days ago
Great Way to See Montreal

Our tour guide was Donovan, and he did an excellent job. He was friendly, informative and lots of fun. He made history come to life and was so engaging. Although he must have imparted to the same information many times before, it was as if...More

Thank Wanderer764685
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Great Tour!

Lesley led our group of 14 on the combined East-West tour and it couldn't have been better. She was extraordinarily knowledgeable about the history, architecture, etc, but with a very personal touch that made it feel like walking around with a friend. The tour was...More

Thank MHD2sisters
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Response from Marlowe3 | Reviewed this property |
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Nor did we, just show up
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