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Destination: Montreal

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Getting to know Montreal

Montreal is the cultural capital of Francophone Canada, and a premier center for arts and culture. It is a city of festivals, with the International Jazz Festival, the Just for Laughs, and the Francofolies, and the World Film Festival held annually. The Old Port along the St Lawrence River offers a feast of cafes, art galleries, and picturesque narrow streets.

Our All-inclusive Visit

This morning we will depart the ship for a city tour of Montreal including a walking tour of Old Montreal with a visit to the Notre Dame Basilica. Then, a drive-through of the downtown business district and up to the top of Mont Royal for a commanding view of the city and the St. Lawrence River. We also visit one of the world’s largest and most important Botanical Gardens in downtown Montreal.

Destination: Montreal

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Getting to know Montreal

Montreal is the cultural capital of Francophone Canada, and a premier center for arts and culture. It is a city of festivals, with the International Jazz Festival, the Just for Laughs, and the Francofolies, and the World Film Festival held annually. The Old Port along the St Lawrence River offers a feast of cafes, art galleries, and picturesque narrow streets.

Our All-inclusive Visit

This morning we will depart the ship for a city tour of Montreal including a walking tour of Old Montreal with a visit to the Notre Dame Basilica. Then, a drive-through of the downtown business district and up to the top of Mont Royal for a commanding view of the city and the St. Lawrence River. We also visit one of the world’s largest and most important Botanical Gardens in downtown Montreal.

More about Montreal…

Montreal is actually located on an island where the St Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers converge. It takes its name from the nearby Mont Royal, a small mountain that is now one of the prettiest public parks in Canada.