Old Montréal Walking Tours

Old Montréal Walking Tours – Guidatour will offer more departures to explore Old Montréal on foot in the company of professional guides starting as soon as early in March until the end of December, making it its longest season so far.

The president of Guidatour, Angèle Vermette, is very enthusiastic regarding the upcoming season and delighted by the ever-growing popularity of the tours: “It is extraordinary that we receive more and more visitors from one year to the next. With this steady growth and a very strong ending to our last season, we took the decision to offer departures almost year-round for 2018. We want to give a maximum of tourists and Montréalers the chance to discover the best of Old Montréal by following our carefully built itineraries alongside our knowledgeable and very passionate guides.”

Guidatour’s urban treks include the visit of the inside of Notre-Dame basilica and showcase the rich history of Old Montréal as well as its architectural diversity. They are a must-do for those who wish to learn more about the birthplace of the city and its evolution throughout time.

The Old Montréal East and Old Montréal West itineraries as well as the semi-private Old Montréal VIP visit (6 participants or less) take place at different set times between 10:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Reservations are required during the low season and optional in high season. Guidatour also offers private visits year-round, upon reservation.

Tours last from 1.5 to 2 hrs. Regular rates including taxes and admission fees for the Notre-Dame basilica vary between $26.50 and $49.50. Discounts are available for combined visits (East & West), seniors, students, and children.

To buy your tickets or for more information, visit www.guidatour.qc.ca or call 514 844-4021 (toll free 1 800 363-4021 / Canada & USA).

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