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Book your Passeport MTL today and experience Montreal's joie de vivre by visiting up to 28 must-see touristic and cultural attractions within a 72-hour period.
This city pass does double duty: not only does it save you money at major Montreal attractions, but it also makes getting around the city a snap. The pass’s built-in chip gives you unlimited access to the Société de transport de Montréal’s bus and metro line services on the island of Montréal, including travel on the Montréal-Trudeau Airport Shuttle Bus.
You can pick up your passeport MTL at La Vitrine culturelle. Your pass is valid for 72 hours, starting on the date and time of its first use at the ticket counter of an attraction or the first ride validated on STM public transit. The card is valid for one admission to each of the attractions listed below and must be kept during all public transit trips.
See below for a complete list of the 28 attractions and activities included with this pass. Reservations for cruises and some museum exhibitions are recommended.
Olympic Park (Parc olympique), 4545 Pierre-de-Coubertin, Montreal, Quebec Canada
The operating hours of La Vitrine Culturelle are Sunday to Wednesday, from 11am to 6pm and Thursday to Saturday, from 11am to 7pm
A must have for anyone new to Montreal and wanting to experience as much of the city as possible. Definitely worth it even if only able to see three attractions on the list of activities. Map was useful and having unlimited access to the Metro...More
I used the pass solo while my husband was on business, and I saved SO much money. I did the 48 hour pass and got 3 days out of it. The clock on the 48 hours starts on your first use of the card (not...More
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No, it does not. We were in Montreal for 5 days. The only attraction we paid for was the Aura show at the Basilica. The pass covered everything else. So worth it! The Aura at the basilica show was awesome, but I thought... More
No, it does not. We were in Montreal for 5 days. The only attraction we paid for was the Aura show at the Basilica. The pass covered everything else. So worth it! The Aura at the basilica show was awesome, but I thought it was a little spendy for the 20 minute show.