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CALL 1-855-826-6770 FOR CHARTER BUSES IN MONTREAL , QUEBEC
MONTREAL CHARTER BUS RENTAL SERVICE
Rent a Charter Bus to Visit Montreal
GoGo Charters platform has the largest selection of buses ready to show you Montreal in comfort and style. Agents are available 24/7 to help you plan your trip. Choose from a selection of minibuses, coach buses and double deckers, all equipped with amenities to make your adventure comfortable and fun. GoGo Charters representatives will help you select the right bus for you based on the size of your party, as well as your personal expectations. See the sites without having to keep track of your luggage. Sit back and let somebody else worry about directions. Charter bus rental is a safe, relaxing way to travel.
The Major Boroughs
Ville-Marie is one of 19 boroughs that make up the city. Centrally located, Ville-Marie is home to Old Town, where visitors can take in cobblestone streets and buildings dating as far back as the 17th century. Museums, restaurants and the Decalade Challenge can be found at the Old Port. Climb the Conveyor Tower from the inside and then descend it from the outside. Plateau Mont-Royal District is an arty, eclectic borough. See beautiful architecture and experience a mix of cultures. Music venues and theaters await you. Take in a live show at the historic Rialto Theater. Originally built in the early 1920s, the Rialto was given Historic Monument status by the city in 1988. Find Little Italy in the Rosemont/La Petite-Patrie District. If you’re in the mood for shopping visit the Jean-Talon Market, which is one of Montreal’s biggest open-air markets. A bus rental for a day of shopping will give you a safe, easy place to drop your purchases so you can go out and find more treasures.
Quebec’s official language is French, but many residents also speak English. Road signs are typically in both languages. Brushing up on some conversational French before a visit is a fine idea but is largely unnecessary. If you find yourself in a communication pinch, simple phrases like ‘Parlez vous Anglais?’ will help you find someone who can help you.
Visit the site on the 1967 World’s Fair at Parc Jean-Drapeau. The park is home to outdoor activities for every season and still houses some of the structures from the 1976 Summer Olympics. Experience the history and see how the city has turned the past into a thriving space for everyone. Boat rentals, open sporting events and public art make this park a must see destination. Also at the park, you can join a miniature version of the Amazing Race. Solve puzzles and decipher clues as you race your friends through the surrounding area. The Casino de Montreal is a fun destination for day visitors and overnight guests alike. Themed activities and seasonal shows are available alongside the restaurants and nightclubs. The biosphere dome was home to the United States Pavilion during the World’s Fair. In 1976, the dome caught fire and was off limits to people for 20 years. It has been given new life in the past two decades as a nature museum dedicating to educating people on the importance of environmental consciousness. LaRonde Amusement Park is part of the Six Flags Family. Events, shows and attractions for the whole family add to the fun. Enjoy the park without having to find parking when you charter a bus. Aquazilla is a waterpark destination perfect for families, camp groups and corporate team building adventures. Inflatable courses and slides laid out on the water make for a uniquely fun experience.
The city is host to a wide variety of sporting events, the most popular of which is professional ice hockey. Get your team together and watch the Canadiens do battle on the ice. One of the original six teams in the National Hockey League, the Canadiens have won the Stanley Cup a record 24 times. Their main rivals are the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins. For the soccer fan, visit the home of the Impact at Saputo Stadium. A relatively new club, formed in 2012, the Impact won the Canadian Championship in 2013 and 2014. The Canadian Grand Prix is a high-profile Formula One race that takes place at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Other race organizations use the track including NASCAR. Uniprix Stadium is the home of the Rogers Cup tennis tournaments. Other men’s and women’s tennis competitions also use the site.
Grab some friends and load your gear into a chartered bus. River surfing has taken this part of the Saint Lawrence River by storm. Kayak the Lachine Rapids or check out the surf rodeo. There are also many bike paths open around the city.
This is a city of festivals. Early summer is the best time to check out some of these amazing events. Try 5 days of beer tasting with the Festival Mondiale de la bière. or the World Beer Festival. Admission is free, but you can buy packages of tastings. Food kiosks and music complete the event. If you love fireworks, La Ronde Park throws a fireworks competition in June. To get the best seats, you’ll have to buy admission to the park, but the displays are visible from a few good spots near Old Port. For the art lover, there is the MURAL Festival in June. Street artists paint the streets with giant, intricate murals. There is also an open-air market to go along with the displays. The city also hosts several music festivals throughout the year. The International Jazz Festival attracts some amazing artists, who perform at indoor and outdoor venues. Many of the streets are closed to traffic during this two-week festival, which takes place in late June or early July. Don’t forget about movies. The World Film Festival takes place every August. More than 70 countries are represented. At night, free outdoor film venues are set up. This is a city that has been thriving for centuries. Chartering a bus with GoGo Charters is an easy way to take it all in.