Montréal Downtown and Underground City Private Walking Tour

7 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 2 hr

This 2-hour, private small-group guided walking tour will lead you not only through the streets of the downtown but beneath through its RÉSO, known by Montrealers as the 'Underground City'. You're small group of no more than 8 will discover that Montréal’s downtown is both the heart of the city and one of its most vibrant and cosmopolitan areas. Accompanied by your guide, discover this effervescent neighborhood and learn about its history with your guide. When passing through the interior city and its tunnels connecting metro stations and buildings which feature nearly 1,700 boutiques, 200 restaurants, universities, movie theaters, apartments, art centers, museums, arena and more, you will come to understand how 500,000 people per-day can go to work, the movies, or even go shopping without having to go outside.

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Dorchester Square

Start your tour outside the Hotel Fairmount Queen Elizabeth near Dorchester Square

Pass By: Sun Life Building (Edifice Sun Life)

Start exploring Montreal architecture, from modern buildings to several century-old landmarks, including the Sun Life Building

Pass By: Cathedral of Marie-Reine-du-Monde

See one of the many churches in Montreal

Pass By: Windsor Station

See the architecture of Montreal

Pass By: Promenades Cathedrale

From there, admire the many works of art on display from Promenades Cathédrale

Pass By: Place Montreal Trust

See the sights of Place Montréal Trust

Pass By: Complexe Les Ailes

Pass through the Complexe Les Ailes.

Pass By: Rue Ste.-Catherine

Stroll along Saint-Catherine Street, among Canada’s most important commercial thoroughfares.

Pass By: Place Ville-Marie

See the tallest building in Montreal

Pass By: McGill University

See the most famous university in Montreal. Throughout the tour, take advantage of your time with a private guide to ask questions and talk about Montreal's history, people, and top sites, picking up tips for the best places to eat, drink, and explore.
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