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Montreal City Guided Sightseeing Tour

By: Gray Line
  • A perfect first Montreal activity—you’ll see top landmarks and neighborhoods
  • Choosing a bus tour means an easy, comfortable ride in any season
  • See, learn, and experience more by exploring the city with a guide
Montreal City Guided Sightseeing Tour
From US$43.54
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There’s a lot to see in Montreal, from the Old Port of Montreal to the Olympic Stadium, but the top sites are scattered across the city. Get your bearings on a best-of-Montreal bus tour that explores the city’s most fascinating neighborhoods and landmarks. You’ll see Mount Royal Park, the historic waterfront, and Chinatown with a guide to share stories about Montreal’s history and culture along the way.
What to Expect

Meet the tour bus at your downtown Montreal hotel, or make your way to an easy-to-reach departure point. Climb into the comfortable, climate-controlled bus, and then set out through the city as a guide offers running commentary on the landmarks you pass.

Learn about Montreal’s past, present, and cutting edge while traveling through old Montreal and downtown’s skyscrapers, and then continue to the 1976 Olympic Stadium, whose cantilevered roof is an icon of the city.

There are great views across Montreal and the St. Lawrence River from the Frederick Law Olmsted–designed Mount Royal Park, which fills with skiers and skaters in winter, and cyclists and walkers in the warm months. You’ll also ride through Chinatown, pass the Bonsecours Market Building, and see the Place Ville Marie.

Your Montreal sightseeing tour ends at your original departure point.
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Reviewed yesterday
Quick overview of the city

It's a quick overview of the city, and it really doesn't do justice to Montreal. You MUST take time to go to every place they mention on the tour. Very courteous staff and easy to deal with. Thanks for the amazing experience. if you're staying...More

Thank HafsaToronto
Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent way to see Montreal

We were vacationing in Montreal. Took a two day sightseeing pass. Day 1, we simply went around without getting off, but marking out the places we'd like to visit. the second day, we started early, and covered most of the places we had wanted to.......More

4  Thank Anshumali D
Reviewed 1 week ago
Nice overview of the city, not the best guide

I took this tour on July 4, 2018. It was blazing hot, so I wanted a tour that would hit the high points, but wouldn't cause heat stroke. This was the one. It lasted longer than the advertised 3.5 hours, which was a surprise. However,...More

7  Thank rogerskr
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
A great overall view of the City

Richard was our bus driver with his assistant Richard. 2 Richards for the price of one. We were picked up at our hotel and taken to the Peel St. visitor centre and then dropped off back at the hotel. The Grand Prix was on and...More

5  Thank Elizabeth H
Reviewed 6 June 2018
A good introduction to Montreal

I took this tour of Montreal yesterday and it was a really great introduction to the city of Montreal. Francois was our tour guide and Richard our bus driver. I was picked up from my hotel via a shuttle and taken to the tourist information...More

6  Thank Kelly S
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Shamese S
15 July 2018|
Response from FrostyRoyal | Reviewed this property |
Suggest you go to the Grey Line Tour Montreal website or give them a call exact pickup times. Maybe they have another time for tours that is convenient for you!
6 July 2018|
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Response from Sand_Lea_Travel | Reviewed this property |
The tour I booked was through Viator. It covered all of Montreal including parts of the Old Montreal. However, some of the Old City streets are narrow cobblestone and a tour bus can't go down those. I think there are... More