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Claire Lemieux from Guidatour She worked 15 years as Director of Sales for Elle Magazine Quebec before being a guide.

"We share the same language (French and English) and North America is an "easy life" with friendly people. Come to the great white North!"

our insider tip:

Old-Montreal holds more than a handful of Montreal icons, including; Bonsecours Market, Place Jacques Cartier, Notre-Dame Basilica and Saint-Paul Street. Being so close to the downtown area, it's easy to get to the shops of Sainte-Catherine Street before going up Saint-Denis Street and its many restaurants. Also worth visiting is the Olympic Stadium and its inclined tower, the highest one in the world. The area is also home to the world-famous Biodome and Botanical Gardens, and is well worth a day trip from central Montreal. For visitors who want to take their visit even further, we recommend spending a few hours strolling in upscale Outremont, admiring the designer's windows and the luxurious villas owned by the city's VIP people.


Climb aboard our specially-designed Jet Boats capable of braving the roughest rapids! Our captain and his first mate guarantee you a thrilling journey in the white waters of the Lachine Rapids. Accompany them and withstand the raging Sainte-Catherine Rapids, where rafts fear to float! A memorable, delirious and refreshing experience! Jet boating in Montrea isl the best way to discover th e Lachine rapids.

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When you think of Canada, does surfing come to mind? In the city of Montreal, it's possible to surf perpetual waves on the mighty Saint Lawrence River. The rapids of the Saint Lawrence River provide a couple of options for stationary surfing. River surfing is an excellent way to start practicing the sport or to improve your technique in the ocean. All our courses will allow you to learn and progress rapidly while discovering Montreal's most beautiful surf spots. Within a safe environment, you will learn techniques, how to read currents, and much more.

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The adventurers looking for a thrill will enjoy this incredible journey on the white waters of the Lachine Rapids. Get ready to paddle as you face some of the most intense waves of the Saint Lawrence River such as Big John, Outetoucos, Louis Leap and the Devils Drop.

A sport that consists in "depelling" down a vertical surface, in other words, making a controlled descent while facing toward the ground. Enjoy a "Mission Impossible" experience in this thrilling activity that will push you beyond your limits. Adrenaline rush guaranteed!

S£A1LAN£ A�O�£ MONTt£AL See Montreal from above on a seaplane flight that takes in the city's top sights. Enjoy bird's-eye views of the St Lawrence River, Old Montreal, the Old Port, the Olympic Stadium, downtown and more while your knowledgeable pilot provides fun facts and commentary about the city.

Explore the beautifully restored and rejuvenated Lachine Canal with paddles! Witness the majestic birds, turtles and beavers that call the canal home while we look upon the changing landscape of the Montreal Skyline. Discover the Peel Basin, pass under the Cortecelli Lofts and cruise past Griffintown as we paddle towards our destination by kayak. The tours are for all levels from beginners to advanced, solo or tandem.

NOW TILL AUGUST 8, 2018 Each year this event draws the biggest pyrotechnics firms to Montreal's La Ronde amusement park. An international competition between several countries each Wednesday and Saturday for one month. Each year this event draws the biggest pyrotechnics firms to Montreal"s La Ronde amusement park. An international competition between several countries each Wednesday and Saturday for one month. A spectacular, 30-minute show, one of the most prestigious fireworks competition in the World.


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Terrasse Nelligan is a chic terrace

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stunning views of the Old Port and the Notre-Dame Basilica. Open all summer long. T errasse Nelligan offers delicious lunches, grilled to order, and thirst-quenching cocktails. Serving up specialties like blackberry pizza with goat cheese, ricotta, honey. and almonds, it may be worth arriving hungry.


Terrasse Place D'Armes is located above the Place D'Armes

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Montreal. this bar is perfect for a 5 a 7 or a late-night drink. This rooftop lounge offers a stacked bar, from champagne and artisanal cocktails. The terrace is partially covered and keeps the good times going rain or shine.






Overlooking Place des Arts. Six R.esto Lounge (part of the Hyatt) is a great spot to stop for a drink before or during any adjacent festival events. Enjoy fresh and seasonal products, classic food cooked with a creative and contemporary twist. Special, Visit SIX R.esto Lounge for your dinner before or after your concert at "Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal"

The rooftop terrace of Old Montreal's splendid hotel William Gray has officially opened to the public in 2016 and the sights are unreal. With a breathtaking view of Place Jacques-Cartier. the St. Lawrence R.iver and Montreal's Ferris wheel. this terrace offers refreshing summer wines, cocktails. beers and delicious sharing platters.

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The first urban market in a Canadian hotel offers take-out dishes, on-site consumption and exclusive quality products. This unique concept comes to life in a contemporary environment and offers various tempting options varying throughout the day, from lunch to late night snacks. It truly is a culinary world to discover.


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� The famous John Lennon and Yoko Ono suite is the site of the 1969 "bed-in for peace", where the song "Give Peace a Chance· was composed and recorded. John and Yoko spent eight days and nights there lying in bed to promote peace and to protest the Vietnam War.

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. This suite has been completely reimagined with a virtual reality experience and plenty of in-room surprises. There are relics from that time, including a TV that shows old footage, a phone that plays you Lennon's voice and a tape recorder containing archival interviews.

What you don't know about Montreal: The Summer Guide  
What you don't know about Montreal: The Summer Guide