Montreal’s chilly winters mean inhabitants have long found creative ways of getting around the cold—and that includes the RÉSO. The most extensive underground pedestrian network in the world, it stretches for over 20 miles (32 kilometers)—and this tour makes exploring simple. Meet your guide in the city center, and set off with just a small group for company. Over the course of the tour, you explore the maze of tunnels and passageways, learn about its history, and visit Montreal’s highest observatory.
Travel from historic Old Montreal to the borough of Plateau Mont-Royal on this walking tour of the city. Visit the ornately decorated Basilica then wander the streets of Vieux-Montréal while learning about the city’s history and checking out its street art. Plus, make stops in the entertainment district and Chinatown.
See the underground city that sprawls beneath downtown Montreal on a guided tour that explores art, history, and local landmarks. Visiting Montreal’s underground city with a local guide means you’ll hear all the stories behind the sites, using the city’s automated metro to get from place to place. With the option to add a trip the 45th floor observation deck in Place Ville Marie, this is a great introduction for first time visitors to Montreal—and you’ll stay warm and dry along the way.