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Whether you are looking for a self-guided Montreal tour or want to join a guided tour of Montreal, you will find a tour to suit your needs here. Click below to find some of the best guided and self-guided Montreal tours available today. Many of these Montreal tour packages feature unique Montreal tour opportunities that you will not find anywhere else. Canada Vacations - Order FREE Travel Brochure!.

Tour MontrealMontreal (Rough Guide Travel Guides S.) Tour Montreal. Montreal and Quebec City are like outposts of European culture in the heart of Canada just hours from the US, distinctively Canadian but with a palpable French spirit. The Rough Guide to Montreal takes you through everything in great detail, providing informative and entertaining accounts of what the city has to offer in terms of attractions, restaurants, accomodation and its vibrant nightlife. There is extensive coverage of Quebec City, as well as the snow-capped peaks of the Laurentian Mountains and Eastern Townships, all accessible day-trips from Montreal. In each chapter there are detailed maps and plans covering every neighbourhood. The contexts section includes a useful French language section and glossary.

Montreal GuideFodor's Montreal and Quebec City This is a comprehensive and fully updated guide to the two major cities of the province of Quebec. Written by local residents, the guide offers advice on any aspect of a trip, from finding a budget B and B to booking a ticket for the eponymous jazz festival in Montreal. All budgets are catered for in the extensive range of accommodation and dining choices offered, whilst there are detailed walking guides and valuable insider tips on getting the most out of the attractions each city has to offer. Although linked by their history and culture, no two cities could be more different, but Fodor's guide will ensure you come away feeling you've soaked up each city's individual flavour. Before you leave for Montreal and Quebec City, be sure to pack this guide to make sure you don't miss a thing.

Montreal GuideMontreal (Lonely Planet S.) Tour Montreal. Offers the best ways to explore this historic city, mountainous Parc du Mont Royal and all points in between. Gives the scoop on nightlife from cool jazz to wacky film festivals. Includes extensive local advice on the top food spots, trendy bars and best value accommodation.

The "joie de vivre" is palpable and contagious in this vibrant, culturally diverse and cosmopolitan city of two million inhabitants. Whether sipping a cappuccino at an outdoor café, gambling at the huge Casino de Montreal complex or exploring historic Old Montreal, you can't escape without experiencing the excitement and energy that pervade the entire city. Montreal draws tourists year-round; even a series of cold winter days (and it does get frigid) can be avoided in the vast Underground City with its restaurants, stores, walkways and subway, or enjoyed through the broad array of winter sports. The truly international flavor here is evident in the numerous fine restaurants, with cuisine from around the world, and in the self-contained ethnic communities, like Little Italy, a lively area of espresso bars and delectable cuisine. For sizzling nightlife, check out the Rue Crescent's myriad clubs, bars and restaurants. The historical division between the French and English influence has significantly lessened, but distinctive sections still remain.

Montreal MuseumSphaerae Mundi: Early Globes at the Stewart Museum, Montreal Tour Montreal. From the Renaissance to well into the nineteenth century, finely crafted, scientifically valuable, and aesthetically sumptuous terrestrial and celestial globes held a place of honour in the libraries and cabinets of curiosities of the aristocracy, wealthy merchants, and centres of research and learning. Over the past thirty years the Stewart Museum at the Fort in Montreal has assembled one of North America's most important collections of these now-rare and fascinating objects.

Montreal and Quebec CityMontreal and Quebec City (Gold Guides) Tour Montreal. A comprehensive and fully updated guide to the two major cities of the province of Quebec. Written by local residents, the guide offers advice on any aspect of a trip, from finding a budget B & B to booking a ticket for the eponymous jazz festival in Montreal. All budgets are catered for in the extensive range of accommodation and dining choices offered, whilst there are detailed walking guides and valuable insider tips on getting the most out of the attractions each city has to offer. Although linked by their history and culture, no two cities could be more different but Fodor's guide will ensure you come away feeling you've soaked up each city's individual flavour.

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