Montréal’s juxtaposition of French and British influences gives rise to an exuberant creativity, reflected in the festive fizz of endless cultural goings-on. Place Jacques-Cartier, next to City Hall, and Place d’Armes, which faces the Notre-Dame Basilica—a place of worship renowned for its breathtaking interiors—are absolute must-see spots in Old Montréal. The quays of the Old Port whose star attraction is the Montréal Science Centre, offer a host of activities, including the highly popular river excursions. The Botanical Garden, second-largest in the world, provides a lush green setting for the Insectarium. Mid-river, Parc Jean-Drapeau, home to the popular amusement park La Ronde and the Casino, attracts visitors looking for good times.
Explore Canada’s largest and most exciting urban centre with annual festivals, museums, galleries and theatres that rival the best in the world. Globetrot to culturally diverse neighbourhoods with eclectic shops and restaurants serving delectable cuisine from all corners of the world. No matter what you are looking for, Toronto offers an unforgettable adventure all year-round. Travel 1,136 feet up the CN Tower, practice your spins and lifts skating at Nathan Phillips Square, explore the mysteries of the ocean at Ripley’s Aquarium or touch the Stanley Cup, ice hockey’s most coveted prize at the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Fun Stuff Included
- 3.5 hour Montreal city tour (29 Apr – 30 Nov)
- Access to Au Sommet Place Ville Marie Observatory & Exhibition Montreal
- Full day sightseeing excursion to Quebec City and Montmorency Falls (29 Apr-25 Oct)
- Full day VIA Rail train economy class from Montreal to Toronto
- Hop-on, Hop-off sightseeing tour in Toronto (valid for 2 days)