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The five-storey Montreal City Hall is the seat of local government in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was designed by architects Henri-Maurice Perrault and Alexander Cowper Hutchison, and built between 1872 and 1878 in the Second Empire style. It is located in Old Montreal, between Place Jacques-Cartier and the Champ de Mars, at 275 Notre-Dame Street East. The closest Metro station is Champ-de-Mars, on the Orange Line. Wikipedia

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Montreal by Night Sightseeing Tour

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City Hall Avenue, Montréal

Explore Montreal in the evening during this sightseeing tour that operates from 7pm until 10pm, offering you flexibility to see the sights at your own pace. With your evening pass, hop on the bus at Dorchester Square to travel around the city, and then hop off at Old Montreal located in front of City Hall.

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Toronto Walking Tour

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City Hall Avenue, Montréal

LIMITS AND COVID-19 RULES We are offering a limited selection of public tours during the re-opening and recovery from the global pandemic. Our group sizes are restricted and we follow social distancing and masking as per government and public health protocols. DESCRIPTION Explore Toronto's history and culture on a walking tour around the city's past and present. Our tour departs from Yonge & Dundas Square and returns to the City Hall. Toronto is a very multicultural city, and what we show during our walking tour is exactly this variety of different styles, and how it translates into architecture, food, and history. Toronto has been always changing and growing, and our tour goal is to make sure to offer you a unique insider look.

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Market2Market

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City Hall Avenue, Montréal

This tour ticks off many of the boxes of the locations which tourists love to visit when in the city. You will learn about the culture of the city while walking through both historic neighbourhoods and ultra modern sky-scrapers. During this 2.5 - 3 hour tour you will walk from the east end of the city to the west end and on the way get to see many of the city's most interesting landmarks. The tour begins at the world famous St. Lawrence Market, which is considered one of the world's great food markets. The tour makes its way through Old Town Toronto, and heads to Toronto's Financial District. We have a stop at Toronto City Hall, home of the famous Toronto sign. We head the the city's west end stopping along Queen Street West, and the Grange. We head through Toronto's largest Chinatown (we have 6), and end the tour at Kensington Market, a heritage neighbourhood which has been home to many newcomers to the country. Kensington Market is full of interesting shops and people.

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Discover Downtown Calgary: a Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

City Hall Avenue, Montréal

Listen to a tour guide through your smartphone as you explore downtown Calgary! You'll see & hear about the many historical buildings, statues, people, skyscrapers, sculptures & theatres that call downtown Calgary home. Highlights from the 4km route include Calgary City Hall, Calgary Tower, Fairmont Palliser Hotel, Stephen Avenue, the Grand Theatre & more! Live GPS map shows where you are and where to go next. As you get close, tour guide commentary will automatically play. The tour also comes with a fun location based trivia game. After the commentary plays, look at your device and tap your guess at the answer. Keep the professional tour guide experience, ditch the crowded tour groups, tight schedules and high prices. Enjoy anytime, not just on your booking date. Stop & start anywhere along route. Note: the number of travelers you select is the number of devices you can download the tour to.

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Lachine Self-Guided Tour and Scavenger Hunt

City Hall Avenue, Montréal

Are you looking for things to do in Montreal? A walk through Lachine and the entrance to the Lachine Canal is an opportunity to learn about its history and discover its other attractions. You will have to solve challenges at each step to learn your next destination. Walk from City Hall to the Lachine Canal through parks, historic sites, and the beautiful Collège Saint-Anne. Have fun taking on our challenges.

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