Votre étoile polaire ✵ Your guiding star
After pick-up, your tour will begin with a drive through Downtown, taking you to the upscale neighborhoods of Westmount where you get to see some of the most luxurious signature houses and mansions on Montreal island. After a photo-stop at the largest basilica in Canada, the famous St. Joseph’s Oratory, you will go for a stroll at Mount-Royal Park.
Next, you will get to see what is still consider the more French neighborhoods of the city, in east Montreal. From here you would be able to take closer pictures of Montreal’s landmark; the Olympic Stadium where first Canadian summer Olympic games took place in 1976.
The tour will then lead you across the Jacques Cartier bridge to the site of the unforgettable expo 67 on Saint Helen's Island. From there you would appreciate a breathtaking view of the Montreal Skyline.
On the way back to Montreal you will admire the Biosphere (currently museum of the environment) and the community and housing complex of Habitat 67, two lasting landmarks from the expo 67.
This morning half day tour will be concluded in Old Montreal where you get to visit of the most prestigious church in Montreal; the Notre-Dame Basilica and admire its stunning interior decoration.
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