Free Personal Walking Tour with a Local
Discover Montréal on a free private walking tour with a local
Montréal, bordered by the St-Lawrence river, is a French speaking city but also bilingual and multilingual. It is made up of multiple cultural quarters and known especially for welcoming it’s visitors. The city has exceptional public transportation: metro, bus, Uber and BIXI (bicycle rentals) as well as an impressive network of bike paths. Come see Mont Royal dominating the city, the Olympic stadium, parc Jean-Drapeau and La Ronde on Ile Ste-Hélène. Museums and theatres, pubs and cafés, the architecture of New France in Old Montréal and enjoy Montréal’s great restaurants.
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Remember: A Greet means meeting a local resident to walk around town with you as new friends. The first step will be to talk to the Greeter about the details of your personalized tour. It is not about participating in a standardized tour, but about exploring the city with an experienced volunteer.
Who are the Greeters?
Members of l’association des Balades montréalaises (Montreal Greeters) would be pleased to help you discover, free of charge, one of Montréal’s boroughs. The visit would usually be hosted by a member who lives, works, or frequently visits the requested borough.
What our guests say
Very nice tour of the Villeray district of Montréal by André who made us discover a lot of historical and local details. It was our first experience with greeters and we will definitively do it again !
I really enjoyed the greeter tour. Raymond picked me up at my hostel with the car and drove to the islands in the river with me. Afterwards we walked through the old town, Chinatown and a bit through Downtown, while he told me a lot about the town. I can really recommend to do a tour with him.
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