a guided walking tour of Montréal
Many of the « must be seen » of Old Montréal are part of this walking tour!
It will be up to us to decide and I will make sure you see what interest you the most!
The old city of Montréal is small enough to cover a lot within 3 hours. We will walk it at your pace, sharing about the past and the present, noticing details, telling anecdotes, engaging conversation about the topic of your choice. Together we will simply « live the moment »!
This tour will be tailored for you!
I also offer driving tours, please see the other options on my profile page.
See you soon!
Old Montréal has so much to offer!
We will start by finding out your preferences, your rythem and pace as well as planning a stop or not for a break if needed. That will help us to make the best itinerary without missing anything!
Our tour is flexible, but here are some suggested stops:
- City Hall
- Château Ramsey
- Place Jacques Cartier
- Bonsecours Market
- St-Paul Street
- Place d'Armes
- Notre-Dame Basilica ($)
- St-Jacques Street
- International Quarter
- Place Royale
- Old port
- Lachine Canal
I can't wait for your visit to Montréal!
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your discretion in the Old City.
End location: According to where we will have started the tour, we will end in the opposite direction, within the old city.
Duration: 3 hours
This is a walking tour.
My service as your professional experienced guide for 3 hours.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
6 CAD - if we visit inside Notre Dame Basilica
- Entrance to Basilica (if you wish)
- Any food or drink
- Personal expenses.
I am a licensed guide of both Montreal and Québec city and have no restrictions.
A Recent Review of this tour
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Chantal was a wonderful companion for my 3 hour walking tour. She had plotted out an excellent route that introduced me to this beautiful city, giving me lots of ideas for the next couple days. Moreover, we engaged in easy conversation for the entire tour, discussing many aspects of the political, religious, and economic history of Montreal. I learned so much, and enjoyed myself tremendously. Not to mention good restaurant suggestions for dinner that evening. Very much recommended!