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Hop-On Hop-Off Double-Decker 2-Day Tour

1. Hop-On Hop-Off Double-Decker 2-Day Tour

See the many sights of Montreal on board a London-style double-decker bus with a hop-on hop-off tour. You will discover the streets of Montreal in an interesting and informative way, with a professional tour guide who introduces you to the history and beauty of this city. You are free to get off at any of the 10 stops to soak up Montreal’s charm. 2-Day Red Loop Bask in the glory of the Notre Dame Basilica, stroll through Chinatown, and walk along the water of the Old Port. Be inspired and spend an afternoon at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Plan your evening and scope out the best bars and restaurants along Crescent Street. With 10 different places to hop on or hop off, there is no shortage of things to do and places to see. This hop-on hop-off tour is a unique and informative way to experience Montreal! Stops include: Square Dorchester, Old Montreal: Notre Dame Basilica, Old Montreal: Pointe-à-Callière Museum, Village, Latin Quarter, Festival Quarter, Fine Arts Museum, Saint Joseph’s Oratory, Mont-Royal: Kondiaronk Lookout, Mont-Royal: Camillien Houde Lookout.

Montreal Old Port: La Grande Roue Entry Ticket

2. Montreal Old Port: La Grande Roue Entry Ticket

Take in breathtaking views on top La Grande Roue de Montréal, the largest observation wheel in Canada. Upgrade your experience to a private gondola or beat the crowd with the early bird option. The wheel is located in the heart of the picturesque setting of Old Port, on the shore of the Saint Lawrence River. Step aboard climate-controlled gondolas with ultra-clear glass for unbeatable panoramic views 60-meters high. Year round, rain, snow or shine, admire exceptional views of the city and its surroundings. Your ride will last around twenty breathtaking minutes. No matter the weather, the temperate gondolas will keep you cool in summer and warm in winter.  Under the sun or stars, enjoy the historic buildings of Old Montreal, the city center’s eclectic architecture, Mont-Royal, and the majestic Saint Lawrence River. On a clear day, you can admire up to 28-kilometers of the horizon. As dusk falls, Montreal’s lights up in color, creating a romantic and festive atmosphere. At the base of the wheel, relax on terraces or saver a tasty treat at the onsite cafe and bistro. You can upgrade your experience with the option of a private gondola for 8 people.

Quebec City: Hotel de Glace Entry Ticket

3. Quebec City: Hotel de Glace Entry Ticket

Do something different during your time in Quebec City and visit the beautiful Hôtel de Glace, the only ice hotel in North America. Avail of a theme that changes each winter to the delight of locals and tourists alike. During your self-guided visit, be greeted by fascinating art upon your arrival at the Grand Hall, and then be awestruck by the themed rooms and suites decorated with majestic sculptures. Stop by the beautiful chapel to appreciate its magical ambiance. Top off your visit with an upgrade to include a cocktail served in an ice glass. With its majestic snow arches, crystal-clear ice sculptures, and beautiful rooms, the ice hotel is a one-of-a-kind experience providing a luxurious Nordic-style getaway within a winter wonderland.

Montréal: 5-Course Dinner Cruise

4. Montréal: 5-Course Dinner Cruise

Experience Montréal from a different perspective on a dinner cruise along the St. Lawrence River. Arrive in the Old Port of Montréal from 6:00 PM to collect your cruise ticket inside the brand new cruise terminal on Alexandria Pier.  Board the beautiful AML Cavalier Maxim vessel, with a capacity for up to 850 guests. Wander the outside decks and terraces and the indoor dining rooms. Enjoy a drink at one of the bars before the boat sets sail at 7:00 PM. Appreciate the panorama from the "floor to ceiling" all-glass dining rooms, and get breathtaking views of the harbor and St. Lawrence River as you sail. Experience the local gastronomy of dishes prepared by a talented team of chefs. Then, relax to the sounds of the live DJ after your 5-course meal. Take advantage of the outdoor patios, and dance the night away under the stars or on one of the indoor dance floors. See the Old Port of Montréal and sail past the theme park of La Ronde on the island of St. Hélène. Admire the Jacques Cartier Bridge and Biosphere, before your return to port at approximately 10:30 PM.  

Montreal Old Port: Urban Zipline Ticket

5. Montreal Old Port: Urban Zipline Ticket

Experience Canada's only urban zipline circuit and explore Montreal from a bird’s eye view. Experience a thrill like no other as you fly over the city like a superhero and share in this unique, safe, and exciting adventure with the whole family.  Upon arriving at the Old Port, head towards the 100-foot tower with a red and white sign that says "Zipline". Witness people of all ages screaming with joy as they glide down above you. Just check in with any of the fun and engaging employees who will be able to answer your questions, and they will explain how you can enjoy a thrill experience that is both safe, smooth, and fun for the whole family. After securing your harness and helmet, the staff will brief you on easy security measures and prepare you for an adventure that will leave you with a sense of floating long after you land. When you are ready, launch and glide across the lagoon, and feel a mix of serenity, wonder, and excitement, as you take in the stunning views of the Old Port. Staff are there to help you land safely onto the end platform, where you will feel invigorated and ready for a second go. Add to your activity by choosing the Quickjump option to experience and 80-foot free fall.

Quebec: Virtual Reality Immersion Experience

6. Quebec: Virtual Reality Immersion Experience

What if you no longer simply imagined what Québec City was like in the past, but could literally relive its historical events? This 40-minute immersive activity is an innovative concept and an unforgettable experience combining history, culture, and entertainment. Using a virtual reality projection headset, the history of Québec City is revealed in a grandiose way through 3D animation techniques and breathtaking images.

Old Quebec: Nordic Spa Thermal Experience

7. Old Quebec: Nordic Spa Thermal Experience

Discover a complete relaxation experience at Strøm Nordic Spa, located only a few steps from Old Quebec City and the cruise terminal. Enjoy a thermal experience at an exceptional Nordic spa that includes the rental of a bathrobe, a towel, and a locker. Summer or winter, rain or shine, reduce stress as you revive your body and mind.  Begin by relaxing your muscles in the whirlpool hot tubs. Eliminate toxins by going to a heated sauna, followed by a dip in an ice-cold bath and a period of deep relaxation.  Practiced for thousands of years, thermotherapy is a wellness ritual based on the external use of water for therapeutic purposes. Benefit from access to the outdoor whirlpools, thermal and Nordic baths, Finnish saunas, eucalyptus steam bath, thermal and Nordic waterfalls, plus indoor and outdoor relaxation areas with fireplaces. The gourmet bistro on-site offers panoramic views of the river and a Scandinavian-inspired cuisine highlighting local products and flavors.

Quebec City: Half-Day Trip to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré by Boat

8. Quebec City: Half-Day Trip to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré by Boat

Discover Quebec on a unique and fascinating excursion that takes you on a river shuttle on the St. Lawrence river. Disembark and tour Montmorency Falls and the Chocolate Factory on Île d’Orléans. Depart from the Port of Quebec Harbor near the Louise basin locks. Don't forget to pick you your lunch box before boarding. Enjoy your lunch while on board or when you get to Ste-Anne-de -Beaupré where picnic tables are available. Enjoy the ride on the 1-hour river shuttle adventure between Quebec City and Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré for the best view of the lush scenery surrounding the St. Lawrence River. Next, disembark at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and take advantage of some free time to visit on your own the famous basilica Ste-Anne-de-beaupré. Then meet your guide and take an air-conditioned bus to Montmorency Falls. Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is a spectacular natural site with an 83-meter-high waterfall dominating the landscape. Take this opportunity to get close to it and soak in the energy of this amazing waterfall. Then go with your guide to the scenic Île d’Orléans and stop at the famous island's Chocolate Factory. See how chocolate is produced and have the chance to purchase your favorite chocolate. Finally, return by bus to Québec City at Place d’Armes where the tour ends.

Québec: Fortifications of Old Québec Guided Walking Tour

9. Québec: Fortifications of Old Québec Guided Walking Tour

Explore 400 years of history on this guided walking tour of Old Québec, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See some of the top landmarks in the area and immerse yourself in the only remaining fortified city north of Mexico. Begin your adventure with stunning views of the St. Lawrence River and the Citadelle of Quebec as you meet your guide on the Dufferin Terrace boardwalk. Walk along and on the fortification walls of Old Québec and get access to a soldiers' casemate. Until September 5, you may finish your tour with a self-guided visit to the heritage buildings in Artillery Park, including the Arsenal Foundry and the Dauphine Redoubt. In the Dauphine Redoubt, erected in 1712, you will find out about the lifestyle of French and British soldiers by encountering guides and characters.

Montreal: Nordic Spa Thermal Experience

10. Montreal: Nordic Spa Thermal Experience

Discover a complete relaxation experience at Strøm Nordic Spa, a peaceful haven located right near downtown Montreal. Enjoy a thermal experience at an exceptional Nordic spa that includes the rental of a bathrobe, a towel, and a locker. Summer or winter, rain or shine, reduce stress as you revive your body and mind.  Begin by relaxing your muscles in the whirlpool hot tubs. Eliminate toxins by going to a heated sauna, followed by a dip in an ice-cold bath and a period of deep relaxation.  Practiced for thousands of years, thermotherapy is a wellness ritual based on the external use of water for therapeutic purposes. Benefit from access to the outdoor whirlpools, thermal and Nordic baths, Finnish saunas, eucalyptus steam bath, thermal and Nordic waterfalls, plus indoor and outdoor relaxation areas with fireplaces.

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based on 617 reviews

Jean-Bernard was a very entertaining and knowledgeable guide in french and English. Although most of the tourists were anglophone, he took the time to give much information in french . It was much appreciated by my french friends. Well Done!

It was an amazing three hour cruise and meal. Wine prices were reasonable Food was very good and dining experience and atmosphere was excellent.

Good clean safe cabin to circle the sky with; I think about 4 times full circle . Worth what was paid as some wheels only do 1 x round ,,,,

Our experience was great,we enjoy ourselves, the food,the music,the photographer,the hospitality and the view was all amazing.

Good only way to get an overview of history in area. Ride it first all way thru then go back and pick and choose