Feel like a local during this 4-hour bike-lover’s cycling tour of Montreal. With two distinct excursion choices, covering different aspects of the city’s architecture, history and food, you’re sure to get a great feel for this beautiful French-Canadian metropolis.
Start your biking excursion at de la Commune Street East, arriving at least 15-20 minutes before your scheduled tour time. At the time of booking choose between 9:30am and 1pm departure options. Then cycle out into the city for an exploration of its wealth of attractions on two wheels.
Pick the “City Tour” for a great 9 mile (14km) ride through Montreal from its Old Port area to its Latin Quarter, making a stop for a snack at the world-famous St-Viateur Bagel and then continuing past Mont-Royal Park and into Old Montreal. Or choose the “Vista Architecture Tour” to explore some of the city’s most unique buildings on a 13-mile (20km) ride, including the Estacade which spans the Saint-Lawrence River, plus food tasting at Montreal's well known bakery, Premiere Moisson.
For a full description of each tour option, please check out the itinerary details below.City Tour: Led by an informative tour guide, you will enjoy a panorama of the city covering a route of approximately 9 miles (14 kilometers). Begin at the Old Port and cycle to the Latin Quarter. Continue to La Fontaine Park, with an unusual detour into one of the alleys of The Plateau. Enjoy a refreshment stop at 'St-Viateur Bagel' and get the opportunity to taste their world-famous bagels! This legendary bakery has been part of the city's culture and of local people's everyday living since 1957. You will then continue to Mount-Royal Park, into the Victorian ambiance of the Golden Square Mile, cycle through the business district, and conclude your cycling tour in Old Montreal.
Vista Architecture Tour: See all of Montreal's famous scenic areas and architectural buildings on this 13 mile (20 kilometers) bike ride. Pedal along the Saint-Lawrence River and enjoy the views from the water. Discover Montreal's unique architectural works and culture. Learn about the historical importance of the Saint-Lawrence River over Montreal, and uncover architectural works and parks that have defined Montreal. You will cross the Saint-Lawrence river via the 'Estacade', a structure built between 1964 and 1965 to control ice formation and movements. At the famous Atwater market, enjoy a food tasting at Montreal's well known bakery, Premiere Moisson.
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