From $158 /pers.
* Price for information only. This Explore Québec package is offered to you thanks to the financial support of the Ministère du Tourisme.
3 days | 2 nights
D1 | Arrival in Montreal (2 nights)
On the way to Montreal to discover the oldest art museum in Canada, founded in 1860: the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Its collection will introduce you to Quebec and Canadian heritage and international art, from a critical and intercultural perspective. It brings together more than 45,000 paintings, sculptures, graphic works of art, photographs, multimedia installations and decorative art objects, from Antiquity to the present day. Deployed in five interconnected pavilions, the museum crossroads includes more than 80 exhibition halls, the Bourgie concert hall, an auditorium-cinema hall, a boutique-bookstore, a publishing house, a public art garden and the ‘Michel de la Chenelière international education and art therapy workshop.
D2 | Montreal
Today, rediscover Pointe-à-Callière, City of Archeology and History of Montreal, a Montreal museum institution dedicated to the history and archeology of Montreal. It is the only major archaeological museum in Canada and presents various exhibitions such as Montreal à l’Italienne, which will focus on the daily life of the first Italian immigrants in Montreal or Trains: transporter of dreams, captivating exhibition on the world of model trains, or for the more adventurous, Boarding! Pirates or privateers? Will take you on an immersive and interactive sea adventure in the days of New France!
D3 | Montreal – Back
Take advantage of your last day to discover the city and its neighborhoods with a thematic guided tour or take a tour of one of the city’s many museums and interpretation centers, such as the McCord Museum or the Oasis Imersion multimedia exhibition at the Palais des Congress. To get an exceptional view of the city, take a ride on the Grande Roue de Montréal – the tallest installation of its kind in Canada – which will allow you to contemplate the city from 60 meters high, the equivalent of a 20-foot building. floors!