See famous sites such as Notre-Dame Basilica, Place Jacques-Cartier, Bonsecours Market, Montreal City Hall and Champ de Mars, to name a few. Choose to explore the east or west side of Old Montreal on a 1.5-hour tour, or select both the east and west sides on a 3-hour adventure.
Meet the guide and the rest of the tour group near the famous Notre-Dame Basilica, located at 110 Notre-Dame Street West, at the corner of Saint Sulpice Street, to begin this walking tour of Old Montreal, the historic centerpiece of this largest city in Quebec.
Brewmasters, winemakers, and distillers may include animal ingredients in their products directly, or they might use them in the processing and filtration.
When making the product, dairy, honey, and other things are ingredients in the final recipe.
This historic, beautifully restored former Merchants' Bank building, dating from 1870, is ideally situated in vibrant Old Montréal with easy access to shopping areas, restaurants and the financial centre.
Visit Montreal’s historic centerpiece on this guided walking tour of Old Montreal.
When filtering the drinks prior to bottling, companies can use things like isinglass (from fish bladder,) gelatin, egg whites, and sea shells, among other things.
These products grab onto the impurities and make it easier to catch them in the filters, though there are many animal-free alternatives in use.
The warm atmosphere and skilled service allows guests to immerse themselves in this style of eating for a truly unforgettable dining experience.
The cars were furnished with Honduran mahogany paneling, brass accents, etched glass partitions, and velveteen fabric armchairs.
Great effort was exerted to ensure that the interior of the railcars evoked the spirit of opulent rail travel at the beginning of the twentieth century.
In fact, the original stained-glass windows here paint a story of Montréal’s religious history.
Moving along, learn about this city’s rich history, French heritage, architecture and culture while roaming the maze of narrow streets.