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Visit Quebec:  Urban Geography & Architecture of Montreal

3 Days/2 Nights



Bienvenue à Montréal! Meet your Prométour Tour Director upon arrival.

While in Montreal, travel as the locals do by walking and taking public transport.

Visit the very birthplace of Montréal at Musée Pointe à Callière.

Join your local guide on a unique walking tour that will take you above & below ground as you explore some of the 20 miles of tunnels spread over more than 4.6 square miles.

Dinner at a local restaurant.

Overnight accommodation in Montréal.



Enjoy breakfast at the hotel.

Along with a local tour guide, visit Montréal in a whole new way! You’ll learn about Urban Geography and Architecture.

You’ll see the community gardens at Habitation Jeanne Mance – it has herbs, fruit trees, and vegetables.

Admire the graffiti murals and street art along St-Laurent & Ste-Catherine streets. Stop by the Place des Spectacles, a public square used for all the major festivals in town.

Then discover the Bonaventure Project, a new urban park at the entrance of the city. it features 300 trees, 1 Trekfit space, picnic tables, play areas for kids, etc.

Learn the history of former industrial neighborhoods such as Griffintown & Pointe St-Charles.

See Habitat 67 located in the Old Port – Built by Moshe Safdie for Expo 67, the apartment complex is unique in its kind. It was designed to integrate the benefits of a suburban house; Private outdoor space, gardens and fresh air. Familiarize yourself with the unique residential architecture of the Westmount and Plateau neighborhoods.

Final stop by the Place Ville-Marie Observatory to get a bird’s eye view of Montréal.

Dinner at a local restaurant.

Overnight accommodation in Montréal.



Breakfast at the hotel.

Discover the impressive McGill University campus with the help of your Prometour Tour Director.

Visit the Golden Square Mile equipped with a tablet and the MTL Urban Museum app! Join your local guide to learn about the area’s architecture and history of the mansions built by influential figures of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Have lunch on your own.

Say Au Revoir to your Prometour Tour Director.

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