Tour #1 - The Smoked Meat/Poutine/Industrial Slum Tour
Take a tour through Montreal's historic but little visited Point St. Charles neighbourhood, Canada's first industrial slum and home to Montreal's best smoked meat, poutine and spruce beer. Start at the Charlevoix Metro station and be led through The Point's winding tenement-lined streets. This is the tour to take if you want to experience the best of Montreal's native delights.
Tour #2 - The St. Catherine Street Tour
Walk the well-worn strip of St. Catherine Street between Atwater and St. Laurent's red-light remnants past the old Forum, carnival-esque strip club barkers, a dead theatre and a renovated church. On the way take some detours into Montreal's Chinatown 2 and take a trip back in time to pre-expressway days by exploring what used to be the Plymouth Grove neighbourhood.
Tour #3 - The Bagel Tour
Montreal's bagels are the best in the world... unless you're from New York. On this tour you'll try Montreal's best in addition to exploring the Mile-End neighbourhood, it's post-industrial landscape a perfect setting for bagel epiphany. See some mega-structures, find out what people are doing with them and soak up some of the history of one of Montreal's most important neighbourhood.
Tour # 4 - The Parc-Extension Tour (Little India)
Take a walk around Parc-Extension, one of Canada's most diverse neighborhoods and Montreal's little India and sample some amazing and cheap South Asian, Vietnamese and Greek fare on Rue Jean Talon. Start at the l'Acadie Metro station, eat your way through Parc-Ex and end up at the Jean Talon Market, the heart of Montreal's culinary scene.