Montreal, an international metropolis and the world’s second-largest French-speaking city, attracts millions of visitors each year. Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure, Tour Monde Transport is ready to take your group to every destination on your itinerary.
Our bus fleet consists of 56 passenger Fully-loaded Highway Motor Coach Bus, 48 passenger School Bus,32-14 passenger Minibus and our 7-4 passenger newest Van / Sedan. To keep them in perfect operating condition, our certified mechanics clean and inspect each coach before they hit on the road.
Tour Monde is considered to be the best option for all the travelers and locals in Montreal. We have included a wide array of services and professionals who have all the vital information to make the whole journey hassle-free and secure. All the clients love the knowledge of the routes and polite behavior of the chauffeur. With Tour Monde, coach bus rentals are easy on the pocketbook and easily accessible.
The Notre-Dame Basilica is the first Gothic Revival church in Canada. It’s also one of Montreal’s oldest structures. Visitors are awed by the impressive Gothic Revival style and its grand, colorful interior. The deep blue ceiling is dotted with golden stars, while the sanctuary itself is a blaze of colors in blues, reds, silver and azure. The stained glass windows depict scenes from the city’s history. Hundreds of wooden carvings and statues grace the interior as well. Don’t miss the Casavant Freres pipe organ, an instrument dating back to 1891, which comprises 7000 individual pipes. The basilica is also an active venue for cultural events with regular concerts being held throughout the year.
The oldest area of Montreal is known, not surprisingly, as Old Montreal or Vieux-Montreal in French. It’s considered a major tourist attraction and includes many of Montreal’s most visited institutions, including the Notre-Dame-de-Bon Secours Chapel, The Chateau Ramezay, the Bonsecours Market, Montreal City Hall, the Saint-Sulpice Seminary, the Notre-Dame Basilica and the New York Life building, Canada’s oldest skyscraper, dating back to 1888. Old Montreal actually has one of the largest concentrations of historical homes and museums.
The old Port provides recreational space where visitors walk along the shore of the river, as well as a number of museums and attractions. The pedestrian street Place Jacques-Cartier comes to life especially during the summer months, when street performs keep visitors entertained and restaurant terraces are overflowing. During the winter months, visitors can enjoy ice skating at the Old Port, and partake in festivals such as the Igloofest.
Old Montreal is the ideal place to enjoy shopping for gifts and souvenirs, at unique places such as Marche Bonsecours.
The Grand Prix in Montreal is one of the best attended motor sports event in the world. Every year, the world’s best auto racers compete their skills on the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve. Also, with the talented development driver Lance Stroll at Williams, Montrealers are having their chance to support a Canadian racer born in Montreal since 2006.
The Montreal Grand Prix will attract more than 10 million people per day for the 3 day festivities. Most of international visitors come to Montreal not just for the race, but for parties they’ve never experienced before. The atmosphere is highly animated, wide open and welcoming. Every night, there are themed activities and free outdoor shows. You will have a chance to see real racing cars close, enjoy a professional racing experience behind the wheel of a luxury exotic car, and visit various booths to discover the fascinating world of F1. For the ultimate Grand Prix experience, come see how we party on Crescent Street!
At the Grand Prix weekend, motor fans from New Zealand, Netherland, England and different places of Canada use charter coach service and minibus, limo rental from Tour Monde for airport pick-up and city sightseeing. Let us arrange your weekend! Make your Grand Prix trip one to remember!