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Popular Tours And Activities You Can Book When You're In Montreal

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If you're feeling restless, why not take advantage of the last month of summer and book a trip to the bustling city of Montreal?

To help you save a little cash on your trip, we teamed up with Get Your Guide to offer readers a 10% discount on all activities booked between now and September 21. All you have to do is use the promo code NARCITY10 at checkout. The same code works for these Toronto tours, too.

Not sure where to start? Here are some of the most popular tours you can book in Montreal right now.

Sightseeing Guided Cruises

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Price: $37.94+

Details: From seeing the city from the St. Lawrence River to a five-course dinner cruise, tourists love visiting Montreal's waterscape. It's a great way to escape from the busy city and enjoy the warm weather left of summer.



Price: $17.24

Details: Skip the line at Montreal's Old Port zipline with this fast pass. Fly over the Bonsecours lagoon and watch the lively crowds below you from the 1,200-foot cable.


Walking Tours

Price: $21+

Details: There's no better way to immerse yourself in a city than walking around it all day long. These guided tours will take you around all the top spots in and around Old Montreal, from a haunted tour to a stunning architecture tour.


Bike Tours

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Price: $40.25+

Details: If you prefer zipping around on a bike, there are tours for that, too. You can rent a bike for the entire day and go solo or join a guided tour that'll take you around the whole city.


Food Tours

Price: $44.84+

Details: If you're a foodie on a mission, then these dining tours might whet your appetite. It doesn't get more Montreal than this historical food tour that'll indulge you with fresh bagels, smoked meat, Quebecois beer and more.


Night Tours

Price: $105+

Details: These evening tours are perfect for night owls that have more fun when the sun goes down. You can see the twinkling city lights from the top of Mount Royal.


Day Trips From Montreal

Price: $199+

Details: If you're in Montreal for an extended stay, you should check out some of the other cities you can visit in a day. You can visit Quebec City and feel like you're in Europe, spend a day in Ottawa to marvel at historical landmarks or explore the gorgeous mountains at Mont Tremblant.


Other Activities

Details: Besides guides tours, there are lots of other fun things to do in Montreal. You can unwind at a Nordic spa or soar over the city in a helicopter ride. Take a look for yourself and start filling out your itinerary depending on your mood and lifestyle.


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