Category Archives: Sightseeing

Jean Verville’s Golden Dance Floor in Montreal

How architect Jean Verville turned Montreal’s Museum Avenue into a shimmering outdoor installation made for dancing. At first glance, the dense pitter-patter of golden footprints stencilled on the asphalt of a side street in downtown Montreal is irresistible eye candy for

Jean Verville’s Golden Dance Floor in Montreal

How architect Jean Verville turned Montreal’s Museum Avenue into a shimmering outdoor installation made for dancing. At first glance, the dense pitter-patter of golden footprints stencilled on the asphalt of a side street in downtown Montreal is irresistible eye candy for

“The guides of March”

Worried you’ll run out of things to do this spring break? Prepare yourself against the inevitable whine of “I’m bored” with these easy, last-minute ideas– many of which are adaptable to cities across the country.

“The guides of March”

Worried you’ll run out of things to do this spring break? Prepare yourself against the inevitable whine of “I’m bored” with these easy, last-minute ideas– many of which are adaptable to cities across the country.

“Montreal and Quebec City for Dummies”

With tips and recommendations from the experts at Frommer’s. Your insider’s guide to the best places and prices. Explore two of North America’s most distinctive cities! Combining old-world charm with modern convenience and culture, Montréal and Quebec City offer a

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“Montreal and Quebec City for Dummies”

With tips and recommendations from the experts at Frommer’s. Your insider’s guide to the best places and prices. Explore two of North America’s most distinctive cities! Combining old-world charm with modern convenience and culture, Montréal and Quebec City offer a

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Enewsletters, student travel

Prométour builds each package custom for your group. We always guarantee your travel dates and never combine groups to “fill a bus”. Each Prométour program is tailor made and booked for your group of 15 or more people. Moreover, because we custom

Enewsletters, student travel

Prométour builds each package custom for your group. We always guarantee your travel dates and never combine groups to “fill a bus”. Each Prométour program is tailor made and booked for your group of 15 or more people. Moreover, because we custom

“Ready To Go” tour descriptions

Introducing Prometour Ready To Go. While the dates and activities are fixed, there’s no minimum group size and group members aren’t restricted to students from a single school. So they’re perfect for smaller groups, families, or teachers planning student travel

“Ready To Go” tour descriptions

Introducing Prometour Ready To Go. While the dates and activities are fixed, there’s no minimum group size and group members aren’t restricted to students from a single school. So they’re perfect for smaller groups, families, or teachers planning student travel

Le shopping, it rocks!

After years in the doldrums, Quebec City’s coolest ‘hood is back as a shopping hot spot, without losing its boho charm. Quebec City can seem frozen in time, nowhere more so than in the hsitoric Haute- and Basse-Villes, whose shops

Le shopping, it rocks!

After years in the doldrums, Quebec City’s coolest ‘hood is back as a shopping hot spot, without losing its boho charm. Quebec City can seem frozen in time, nowhere more so than in the hsitoric Haute- and Basse-Villes, whose shops

Traveling Collector: Border Crossing

A strong U.S. dollar is reason enough to visit Montreal. Montreal is French at heart, but street level it’s a modern-day Babylon– decadent, hedonistic and multi-lingual. About 60 percent of Montrealers are Francophones, but they find themselves awash in a

Traveling Collector: Border Crossing

A strong U.S. dollar is reason enough to visit Montreal. Montreal is French at heart, but street level it’s a modern-day Babylon– decadent, hedonistic and multi-lingual. About 60 percent of Montrealers are Francophones, but they find themselves awash in a