This walking tour will allow you to discover the cultural and historic culinary charms of the oldest district of Montréal.

Speciality shops and boutiques in the area are housed in old factories and showrooms from the 19th century. As you follow the narrow and winding streets of Old Montréal, your professional tour guide will feed your hunger for knowledge on the history of Montréal and its many culinary pleasures. You will learn how the native people have influenced Canadian food habits and how the World Fair Expo 67 brought exotic food to our tables.

That and much more… Come discover the flavors and aromas of Old Montréal!

Détails du tour

Duration: 2.5 hours
Available on demand: 7 days a week
Recommended schedule: from 9:30am to 12:00pm or from 1:30 pm to 4:00pm
Meeting point: On the steps of the Notre-Dame Basilica (110, Notre-Dame West)

Begin this culinary tour by discovering the famous Jean-Talon Market, the biggest outdoor market in North America.

Located in Little Italy, a captivating neighborhood full of tasty hangouts and local gems, the market is the ideal place to buy fresh local produce, remarkable cheeses and meats from regional producers, authentic international discoveries, flowers, gourmet cookbooks and other products exclusive to Québec! You’ll be charmed by the wonderful smells, the colorful stalls and the culinary diversity of this Montréal institution.

We will continue our stroll into the heart of Little Italy to learn more about Montréal’s Italian community and the district’s development from trendy shops to authentic institutions. Of course, along the way, we’ll enjoy a few tastings in order to get a real taste of Montréal’s Little Italy!

Détails du tour

Duration: 2.5 hours
Available on demand: 7 days a week
Recommended schedule: 9:30am to 12:00pm or 1:30pm to 4:00pm
Meeting point: Le Marché des Saveurs du Québec (280, Place du Marché-du-Nord)


While a new generation of Montrealers is settling on the shores of the Canal Lachine, discover the rich history of the neighbourhoods surrounding the Atwater Market.

The Marché Atwater is the premier location for city-dwellers looking for farm-fresh produce and gourmet products, which you will have a chance to sample…

Take a stroll along the streets of Saint-Henri and Little Burgundy and witness the blue-collar roots and the musical influences of these two unsung neighbourhoods.

About the tour

Duration: 2.5 hours
Available on demand: 7 days a week
Recommended schedule: 9:30am to 12:00pm or 1:30pm to 4:00pm

This tour will allow you to discover Montréal’s sights, sounds and tastes, influenced by the city’s culinary scene!

Along the way, you will explore different neighbourhoods and meet passionate people. The tour will start in Old Montréal with a tasting. You will then head on the Main, make your way through Montréal’s Chinatown and see a part of the Jewish and Portuguese neighborhoods. Along Saint-Laurent Boulevard, you will discover its trendy restaurants and boutiques and its international markets, bakeries and butcher shops.

The tour will include several stops along the way to the largest outdoor market in North America, the Jean Talon Market.

Even if this is not your first trip to Montreal, you will certainly love seeing the city from a completely different perspective and will surely want to come back again!

About the tour

Duration: 4 hours
Available on demand: 7 days a week
Recommended schedule: 10:00am to 2:00pm

Montréal has been built up following a simple grid of parallel and perpendicular streets. It’s relatively easy to find your way…. until you step down into the underground city.

The walkways and tunnels that connect us to the city are like roots, they swerve and cross diagonally in a way that even Montrealers get disoriented.

Explore the network with us and you’ll experience the hustle and bustle that lies beneath the city. You’ll enjoy a few tastings “on the go” and you’ll hear stories about art projects, Expo ’67 and the current commercial impacts that this network has had on the development of a downtown core that is truly affected by the winter cold.  You’ll see how this “underground” city has brought vitality above ground!

About the tour

Duration: 2.5 hours
Available: 7 days a week
Recommended schedule: 9:30am to 12:00pm or 1:30pm to 4:00pm

This walking tour will allow you to discover how the many waves of immigration helped shape Montréal’s culinary scene.

Go back in time to witness how an old red-light district became the city’s beloved theater district and how a Lacrosse field became the biggest outdoor market of Canada and the United States!

You will walk through Montréal’s Chinatown, see a part of the Jewish and Portuguese neighborhoods and explore the Mile-End, Canada’s most creative quarter, before entering Little Italy. Needless to say, you will be able to experience the rhythm of our multicultural city through Saint-Laurent Boulevard’s sights, sounds and tastes.

About the tour

Duration: 4 hours
Available on demand: 7 days a week
Recommended schedule: 10:00am to 2:00pm
This tour includes: 

  • Professional foodie guide
  • 3 tastings
  • A 24-hour Metro ticket
  • All taxes

This walking tour will make you discover the history of the Chinese immigration and the integration of the Asian communities in our city. With your guide, you will walk the streets of Chinatown, which offer typical treasures of China, temples, restaurants and specialized groceries, as well as oriental medicine shops.

Following this immersion in Chinatown, we will take you to another part of Montréal that has changed due to the arrival of the different Asian communities. A stop for a tasting will be included in each neighborhood … A true taste of Orient right in the heart of Montréal

The Italian, the Greek and the Eastern European communities as well as new generations of Montrealers share a local ground, the Mile-End. During this tour, you will notice the presence of these different cultures and heritages and become aware of two completely different worlds living in parallel; the traditional Jewish culture and the marginal presence of young hipsters.

While making our way through this eclectic fauna of musicians, artists, vintage stores and art galleries on the Main (Saint-Laurent Boulevard), we will make a stop at Fairmount Bagel for a fresh, hot bagel and for coffee in a typical coffee shop, among other tasty stops!

  • Quartier des spectacles
  • The Village
  • HOMA (Hochelaga-Maisonneuve)

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