|LocationOttawa, Canada||Duration8 to 10 hours (approx.)||Per Person View price|
Explore Montreal And Enjoy A Full Day Cruise Tour From Ottawa
Montreal, the vibrant and culturally diverse city, awaits your exploration on an unforgettable full-day cruise tour from Ottawa. Prepare yourself for an immersive experience that combines the best of both worlds: the enchanting cityscape of Montreal and the scenic beauty of a leisurely cruise along the St. Lawrence River.
Embarking on this adventure, you will be greeted by a plethora of sights and sounds that make Montreal truly unique. The city is a blend of old-world charm and modern vibrancy, offering something for every visitor. Take a stroll through the historic streets of Old Montreal, where cobblestone lanes and picturesque architecture transport you to a bygone era. Immerse yourself in the thriving arts scene, vibrant festivals, and delectable culinary delights that the city is renowned for.
After exploring the heart of Montreal, it is time to embark on a full-day cruise tour along the majestic St. Lawrence River. As you glide along the tranquil waters, you will be treated to breathtaking vistas of the surrounding landscapes. Admire the stunning views of the riverbanks adorned with lush greenery and charming waterfront communities. Listen to the soothing sounds of the water as you relax on the deck, basking in the warm sunshine.
During the cruise, you will have the opportunity to learn about the rich history and fascinating stories of the region from knowledgeable guides. Indulge in a delicious onboard meal, savoring local flavors while surrounded by breathtaking panoramic views. Capture stunning photos of iconic landmarks, such as the Jacques Cartier Bridge and the Biosphere, as they come into view during the journey.
Whether you are a history buff, a nature lover, or simply seeking a day of relaxation and exploration, the full-day cruise tour from Ottawa to Montreal promises an unforgettable experience. So, pack your sense of adventure and get ready to explore the captivating city of Montreal while enjoying a leisurely cruise along the St. Lawrence River.
The city of Montreal derives its name from this elevated terrain characterized by hills, with its highest point providing an excellent vantage point overlooking the city's expansive parklands. From this viewpoint, visitors can enjoy breathtaking panoramas of downtown Montreal. No admission fee is required to access this location.
This location holds the distinction of being a National Historic Site of Canada and is renowned as the largest church in the country, featuring one of the world's largest church domes. The cost of admission does not cover the entry ticket to this site.
Constructed during the mid-1970s as the primary facility for the 1976 Summer Olympics, this structure is famously known as "The Big O". Adjacent to the stadium is the Montreal Tower, which holds the distinction of being the tallest inclined tower globally, boasting an inclined elevation of 45 degrees.
Situated within the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Old Montreal (French: Vieux-Montréal) is a revered historic district. Originally established as Fort Ville-Marie by French settlers in 1642, Old Montreal boasts numerous architectural marvels from the period of New France. A guided walking tour of one hour will allow you to immerse yourself in the charm of Old Montreal. Additionally, you will have ample free time to explore the old city. Admission to this area is free of charge.
The Basilica Notre-Dame de Montréal, situated in the historic Old Montreal district, is a renowned basilica. Its designers drew inspiration from the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris, incorporating gold leaf motifs and vibrant painted columns. Each year, over 11 million individuals visit Notre-Dame, with the visitor count only one million less than that of Notre-Dame de Paris. Please note that the admission ticket is not included.
As part of the tour, you will have the opportunity to embark on a cruise along the St. Lawrence River, offering you a chance to admire the city from various angles. Departing from the Old Port of Montreal and heading towards the Boucherville Islands, this scenic voyage provides a stunning panorama of downtown. During the cruise, you can choose to learn more about Quebec's metropolis from the guide or simply unwind on the outdoor terraces. The admission ticket is included in the tour package.