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Montreal City Hop-on Hop-off Tour

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  • 2-day access to a Montreal hop-on hop-off bus route
  • See the city’s top sights without the hassle and expense of parking
  • Onboard guides to share Montreal facts and answer questions
Montreal City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
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Montreal City Hop-on Hop-off Tour

See Montreal’s top sites with a 2-day hop-on hop-off bus pass that gives you the curated experience of a guided tour and the freedom to enjoy the city at your own pace. You’ll have great views from the bright red, double-decker buses, choosing from 10 stops such as the Old Port, Mount Royal Park, Chinatown, and more, with a tour conductor available on each bus.

What to Expect

Make your way to any of the 10 centrally located bus stops to start exploring Montreal on your own schedule. Start by riding the full, 2-hour loop through the city, or get on and off the bus as often as you’d like.

Stops include Notre-Dame Basilica, Chinatown, and the Old Port, where walking and bike paths link the bus stop to sights along the Saint Lawrence River.

Continue to the Montreal Science Centre and Saint Joseph’s Oratory, then ride to the top of Mount Royal Park for great views across the city. At each stop, take the time to explore at your own speed, whether you’re visiting historic sites, relaxing in Montreal’s chic cafes, or just soaking up the atmosphere of Quebec’s biggest city.

Reviews (636)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Montreal Double decker in 7 Celsius!

Fully expected to be toured in a warm bus as advertised when the weather becomes cooler. Instead the double decker pulled up and we got on assuming it was warm enough below. No seats available as filled to capacity. Sat out in the open air...More

2  Thank pattianne_52
Reviewed 1 week ago
Top Deck Even in the Rain

We enjoyed the tour. Initially, we used a map and chose the most interesting areas to visit but found ourselves hitting dead ends so trekked back to the visitor center and boarded the bus. Freezing cold and raining, it was still great. I can't remember...More

2  Thank JudyAndMikeChicago
Reviewed 1 week ago
Nice way to see the city

It was easy to buy and ride the hop on/hop off bus. Getting into Montreal from our campground was more challenging. We rode the whole route on day one and then visited the attractions that more interested us after seeing the whole tour.

Thank lpeckenpaugh
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Does not deliver as promised

If I could give a 0, I would. After canceling the buses the 2nd day of our pre-purchased 2 day ticket, we asked that half the amount be refunded or at least offered a credit to use at a later time. The bus stops were...More

4  Thank Maria C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Good value for money if, like me, you don't enjoy walking around.

We waited an hour longer thinking that if we took a later bus we would get a better seat. It made no difference as we had to sit downstairs. The staff are very helpful though and had a queuing system that did work, eventually we...More

2  Thank Darchitect
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Janis L
22 October 2018|
Response from GoGoBoots_2010 |
Hi. Just stop by the Tourisme Montreal office in Downtown Montreal, located across from Square Dorchester. You go inside to purchase your ticket/voucher (if you purchased your ticket on-line, go inside the tourism office to... More
21 October 2018|
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Response from Vishal A | Reviewed this property |
I am sure there is, I have not stayed at that hotel but if you check with the concierge I am sure they will guide you. I hope this helps.
21 October 2018|
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Response from Elaina Z | Reviewed this property |
I don't really know. It's run by Viatours, so probably best to go to their website, see if they list the stops, or call their contact #.