- Mile End Montréal Food Tour for 2
- Observatory + Guided Tour of Montréal’s Olympic Stadium
- 3-night stay in standard guest room at the InterContinental Montréal or similar hotel
- Round-trip (coach class) airfare for 2 from a major metro airport within the 48 contiguous U.S to Montréal, Canada
- Hunny booking & travel services
Montreal is the largest city in the Canadian province, Quebec, known for its vibrant lifestyle, culture, and as a hot spot for all things food and music. Downtown Montreal is home to McGill University, shopping and energetic night life. While Old Montreal is home to a plethora of history, including buildings dating back to the 17th century. Indulge, explore, and savor the taste and beauty of Montréal.
Mile End Montréal Food Tour
Mile End is a 10-block neighborhood known for its hip, laid-back atmosphere with an artsy vibe and multicultural roots, blending the best parts of Montréal into one unique district. Between the rows of colorful houses and eye-catching murals, this community is filled with picturesque views. And with almost weekly restaurant openings and a multitude of well-established dining experiences, the Mile End is one of the most sought-after culinary destinations in North America.
During this 3-hour guided tour, you will experience one-of-a-kind food tastings as you enjoy Montreal’s quintessential food, delight in some unique treats, and explore 6+ different tastings, sips and bites. This tour includes stops at the legendary St-Viateur Bagel and even the historic Rialto Theatre, making it a culinary and cultural adventure. Explore the bustling and eclectic streets of Mile End as your experience life as a local.
Tour the Olympic Stadium + Observatory
Montreal hosted the first Olympic Games ever held in Canada in the summer of 1976. Today, the Olympic Stadium, Parc Olympique, has attracted over 66 million visitors and the Observatory (Montréal Tower) is the tallest inclined building in the world and home to arguably the best view of the city. Come relive some of Olympic Park’s greatest moments as the 40-minute guided tour takes you through the history and shares surprising stories about this Montreal icon, as well as shows you both the Olympic pool and stadium.
2019 Blackout Dates: Montreal Jazz Festival (Jun 27-Jul 6), Just for Laughs Festival (Jul 24-48) Osheaga Music Festival (Aug 2-4), Labor Day weekend, Memorial Day weekend, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years weeks