Thursday, March 26, 2009

Gray Line Montreal Tour

Greater Montreal Guided Tour (C1)Offered By: Gray Line Montreal

Discover our city through hundreds of places of interest with an uninterrupted commentary of a friendly, knowledgeable, licenced & bilingual guide.

Operates: Daily
Tour Length: 3 Hours
Departs From: 1255 Peel Street, Montreal, Quebec
Price: Adult - $40.00Child (5 - 11) - $28.00Senior (55 +) - $36.00Student (Any age w/ID) - $36.00

Tour Details:
A complete tour of the City, taking in over 200 points of interest, including a photo stop at the Notre Dame Basilica,

St. Joseph's Oratory,
residential and financial districts,
Old Montreal,

French Quarter,
outside view of Olympic Site,

McGill University
and a panoramic view from an observation point on top of Mt. Royal.
Various Charming Photo Stops

Old Montreal Located between the River and downtown, this historical part of the City and its Old Port will put you into close contact with the past life of major metropolis of North America. Old Montreal has always been the center of the City and has preserved testimonies of all bygone eras. (panoramic view of the old port)



Notre-Dame Basilica A masterpiece of Gothic Revival architecture. The magnificent interior d├ęcor captivates hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.


Olympia Park Built for the 1976 Summer Olympics Games. Impressive in size and shape and topped b the tallest inclined tower in the world.Mount Royal Park The scenic lookout offers a striking view of the downtown area and the river.




St. Joseph's Oratory Atop of Mount-Royal, it is one of the world’s most visited shrines. The basilica’s huge dome reaches 97 meters and is second only in height to Saint-Peter’s basilica in Rome.



Over 200 Points to DiscoverMontreal Harbor The ocean port that's 1000 miles inland from the sea.


Chinatown The oriental pedestrian mall.


Bonsecours Market Building Former City Hall built in 1845-1852.Place Jacques Cartier In the heart of Old Montreal.

Biodome Montreal's new and unusual environmental museum.

McGill University A great seat of learning on the historic center-of-town campus.

Place Des Arts A world-class center for the performing arts.

Place Ville Marie The gleaming cruciform tower and the fabulous underground city.

The Universite de Montreal and its hilltop campus

City Hall and its historical background.Botanical Gardens and Insectarium A future visit is a must (tour C2)

St. Helen's Island and the Casino A superb panoramic view.

Bell Centre Montreal Canadiens' new home

**** The photos shown here are photos we took on our own prior to this tour. We paid $90 for two adult tickets, if you blinked you missed what ever it was the guide was talking about, and to make matters worse our seats had advertising over the windows so our view was blocked completely. It was not worth the money or the time. The only thing we took from this tour was the guides use of the phrases "Hey,Hey!" and "Wha ha ha".

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