The walking tour starts in the heart of the city where you can have the most fun, and you are given a chance to see the decorations that have a long history in the city. You are given some places to take good pictures, and the tour guide answers questions along the way.
You are shown the best parts of Montreal that you would love to see again, and you might take notes about places that you want to eat in or have a drink in again. You might even go so far as to ask the tour guide to tell you where their favorite places are. The city comes alive at this time of year, and going on the tour at night makes it even better.
Get your tickets online for this walking tour, and be certain that you have invested time learning the route. You need a camera to take as many pictures as you can, and you must try to bring the whole family.
Montreal is beautiful at this time of year, and it is one of the best places to tour for the Christmas season. You will learn a lot about the area, and you get pictures of a Christmas design the likes of which you have never seen.
Experience the beauty of Montreal during the holidays on this Christmas-themed walking tour. Following your professional guide through the historic streets of Old Montreal, you'll get wrapped up in the Christmas spirit as you admire the city's twinkling lights and elaborate decorations. Visit Victoria Square and learn about the city's centuries-old European holiday traditions, and see beautifully adorned Santa Claus figurines before checking out famous Bonsecours Market.
Meet your guide and group at Victoria Square in the evening and begin your Christmas walking tour through Old Montreal, the oldest area of the city. Feel as though you're traveling through time as you explore the historic streets with your professional guide, who'll tell you about Montreal's holiday traditions that have been a part of the city's culture for centuries.
Get into the holiday spirit as you admire the wonderful decorations and shimmering lights of Old Montreal's streets, shops, museums and hotel lobbies. As you wander, learn about New France, the area colonized by France in the 1500s which includes Montreal, and hear how the region's customs are still alive today.
Head to Montreal's World Trade Center to check out its Santa Claus exhibit, where you'll see beautifully adorned Santa Claus figurines -- sure to delight people of all ages.
End your tour at the two-story domed Bonsecours Market, which has been Montreal's main public market for more than 100 years. Browse specialty Christmas items as well as local artwork, jewelry, clothing, furniture and kitchenware -- this is a great place to stock up on Christmas presents for the whole family!