We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Share
Save

Montreal City Guided Sightseeing Tour

By: Gray Line
Best Seller
Highlights
  • 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
More
Montreal City Guided Sightseeing Tour
From US$44.02
Check Availability
  • Overview
  • What to Expect
  • Important Information
  • Reviews
  • Q&A
Select Date and Travellers
1pm DepartureMost Popular
Departs at 1pm
US$44.02
9am Departure
Departs at 9am
US$44.02
11am Departure
Departs at 11am
US$44.02
Overview
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.
Reviews (1,162)
1 - 5 of 60 reviews
Reviewed 3 days ago
Body Odor and Boredom

Jean was our driver and guide for the afternoon tour on October 9, 2018. The body odor emanating from him was disgusting. I do not believe he or his clothing had been washed for at least a month. It was impossible to get away from...More

Thank Susan M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Tour guide was great

A three plus hour tour is only as good as the guide, and ours was excellent. He was informative, whitty, and friendly. He drove very well. The only negative was the overly long stop at two of the magnificat churches, but that was no big...More

Thank Don H
Reviewed 4 days ago
Recommend a Guided Tour instead of Hop On/Off

We took a guided tour of Montreal and found it worth the money. In Quebec we took a hop on/off (different bus service - see my review of it ) and decided a guided tour would be more enjoyable and it was. The guide was...More

Thank Minsky50
Reviewed 5 days ago
Great Tour

We only had a day in Montreal, and this tour was great for an overview of this beautiful city. The highlight was Notre Dame. We had an outstanding driver/tour guide as well (Jean).

Thank Sunshine760784
Reviewed 6 days ago
Not really good but not really bad, could be better.

Hotel pickup is an option, we were asked to be ready 1hr earlier than tour start and then transferred to office to wait. We could have walked to the office in 15 mins if it had been clear that's where the tour started. We started...More

Thank merlinx351
View more reviews
Questions & Answers
Ask a question
Cherrilyn21
8 October 2018|
AnswerShow all 4 answers
Response from BuckeyeFan52 | Reviewed this property |
The one I took was one day.
0
Votes
JERRY H
4 October 2018|
Answer
Response from merlinx351 |
Yes, but it could be an hour earlier. Easier to walk to office 15mins
0
Votes
acookster
4 October 2018|
AnswerShow all 3 answers
Response from Jennifer W | Reviewed this property |
350 Place Royale -- within a block or so of the river front, vicinity of the old harbour area. A "flat-iron " style building, with the entrance at the narrow end, it doesn't have the sort of expansive entrance you might... More
0
Votes