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Save on a quick Montreal getaway for these dates:

August 13 - 16   |   August 20 - 23   |   August 27 - 30

Package includes:

              Via Rail from Guelph in economy class   

  •  Guelph Departs:   09:44  |  Arrives Toronto:  10:53 - Departs Toronto: 11:30  |  Arrives Montreal 16:47
  •  Montreal Departs: 11:50  |  Arrives Toronto:  16:50 - Departs Toronto: 17:40  |  Arrives Guelph:  18:49

  • 3 Nights at Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel in a fairmont room. 
    Located on the rail station, at the heart of romantic and cosmopolitan Montréal where French and English meet, Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth offers guests outstanding comfort and attentive service.

  • A walking tour of Old Montreal.
    Experience Old Montreal's birthplace in depth with a walking tour. The Old Montreal Walking tour is designed to allow you to see Montreal in all its grandness, feel its energy and to know its heart. This is the sincerity of effort and dedication that separates us from the others. Old Montreal is a National Historic site of Canada not to be missed on your next visit to our beautiful city!

 

Price:   609.00 Per person + 24.83 tax per person based on double occupancy.  2 people sharing one room.
Price is based on availability of contracted room rates and rail service is Escape Fare.
Full payment at time of booking.  Package is non-refundable and Non-changeable.
 

Call 519-763-3520 and ask for the Montreal special you saw on our website!

 

St. Joseph's Oratory of Mt. Royal

 

The second largest city in Canada, Montreal, took its name from Mount Royal, which is the triple-decked hill found right in the heart of the city.  

From here, there are other destinations for you to visit and maximize your trip. Read on to learn more on the best places to go when you’re in Montreal.

  • Montreal Harbour Cruise


The best way to explore Montreal is definitely through a harbour cruise, which can be the major highlight of your trip.  It’s recommended to start or end your Montreal stay with a dinner cruise.

  • Old Montreal


Located along the St. Lawrence River is the historical district of Old Montreal.  You could go on guided tours or explore Old Montreal by a caleche.

  • St. Joseph’s Oratory


Canada’s largest basilica, Saint Joseph's Oratory is a pilgrimage for Catholics.  It is a popular destination because of its historical and architectural significance, and its view of Montreal is an added bonus.

  • La Ronde


La Ronde is a major amusement park in Montreal and is one of the well-known Six Flags theme parks.  Must-try rides are the red, blue and yellow Goliath roller coaster.
 

  • Underground City


A major tourist destination, the Underground City in Montreal is a 33 km network of shops, restaurants, shops and pathways that link the metro stations and the city attractions.

  • Bell Centre


Known before as the Molson Centre, the Bell Centre is home of the Montreal Canadians.  It is a modern sports stadium with seating capacity of over 20,000.

  • Parc Olympique - Olympic Stadium


A famous landmark in Montreal is the Olympic Stadium, which, of course, includes the Stadium, the Montreal Tower Observatory, which particular offers the best views of the City, the Biodome and the Insectarium.

So don’t dare miss these travel attractions when visiting Montreal!
 

Get started with your next trip now!

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