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Downtown and Old Montreal South City Bike Tour

Highlights
  • Takes advantage of bike paths for a laid-back ride
  • Learn about local history and culture from the guide
  • Cover ground from the historic center to Mont-Royal Park
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Downtown and Old Montreal South City Bike Tour
From US$59.40
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10:00AM DepartureMost Popular
Bike tour departs at 10:00AM
US$69.90
2:00PM Departure
Bike tour departs at 2:00PM
US$59.40
Overview
Follow Montreal bike paths on a guided bike tour of Mont-Royal Park, Old Montreal, and the Saint Lawrence River, exploring local history and some of the city’s most important sites along the way. With a relaxed pace and plenty of breaks, this Montreal bike tour is a great introduction to the city's vibrant cycling culture, and it includes a bike, helmet, and water bottle.
What to Expect
Get fitted with a bike at a central location in Montreal before setting out on a specially designed cycling route through the city's key neighborhoods. You’ll ride to Mont-Royal Park and the McGill University campus, then follow Montreal’s longest protected bike path into the downtown core.

When you reach the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal, get great views along the Saint Lawrence River from the historic port, a favorite for walkers and cyclists. Throughout the bike tour, pause roughly every 15 minutes to learn about the neighborhoods you're riding through, getting some background on Montreal history.

From the edge of the Saint Lawrence River, loop back to the Plateau and Mont Royal, where you’ll find some of the city’s hippest shops and cafes, then finish the bike tour at the original departure point.
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1 - 5 of 19 reviews

Reviewed 4 days ago
Great way to see Montreal!

My husband and I were in Montreal for a wedding and wanted a way to learn a bit more about the city. We found this tour on TripAdvisor and it lives up to all the great reviews! The tour is mainly along bike paths which...More

Thank Annique R
Reviewed 6 days ago
Lovely tour!

We had a GREAT time with Amelie and William guiding our tour! We got a ton of interesting info about Canada. Bikes, helmets and a bottle of water provided. There were 2 larger hills but nothing too difficult! One of the highlights of our trip!

Thank ear2006
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fantastic way to see Old Montreal and surrounding neighborhoods!

My wife and I signed up for this because we wanted to get a good feel for the city. This did not disappoint. We called the morning of our tour to see if we could change it from the afternoon to the morning since there...More

Thank Timnado
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Guided bicycle tour through Montreal with historical information and stops at key locations.

My wife and I really enjoyed this tour. Our guide was Francois who was supported by Miriam who was the mechanic. We stopped at a number of spots in the city where we learned about the history, culture, people and many other fun facts. We...More

Thank Gregory A
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Simply Fantastic Tour

Fitz & Follwell will give you a fantastic tour filled with fun, history, and amazing sights. I really enjoyed the four-hour south city tour.

Thank markdietrich
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MHD2sisters
6 September 2018|
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Response from Klassyhk | Reviewed this property |
If I remember correctly, it must be booked online and in advance of the date of the tour. The tours fills up quickly, and there is a max number of 10, I think, so I'd say book as early as possible.
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Familyweekend
23 August 2018|
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Response from Jan R | Reviewed this property |
I did not notice any tandem bikes . I would contact the company as well as other bike rentals in the city to see if they have them available
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James W
6 August 2018|
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Response from Tclouve | Reviewed this property |
I think you'd be fine as long as you can ride. It's not very strenuous (3 hours, but that includes many stops). The South Montreal tour is fairly level. There are some very slight inclines as well as downhill portions. There... More
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