Since it was launched in 2015, Montréal’s city pass, Passeport MTL, has been growing in popularity with visitors. The handy pass does double duty for visitors: not only does it allow them to save money at major Montréal attractions (total savings of up to $395), but it makes getting around the city easier with built-in bus and metro fares. Two versions of the pass are available: the 48-hour pass at a cost of $85, and the 72-hour pass for $100.
Discover major Montréal must-sees
The Passeport MTL includes the price of admission for one adult (18 years and older) to a total of 28 major city attractions. Pass holders can soak up tons of culture, history and more by flashing their pass at the following Montréal attractions:
Scoot around on public transit
Additional perks that come with the Passeport MTL include the chance to ride to your heart’s content on public transit for the duration of your pass and see even more of the city. For full details on this great little city pass and where to buy it, go to passeportmtl.com.
Happy Montréal exploring!
Rebecca Sellers, blogger
Hailing originally from the big country skies of Manitoba, Rebecca adopted Montréal over 20 years ago after living in Québec City and France as a student. When she is not writing, translating or teaching English, she can be found pedaling the city’s bike paths, strolling the streets in search of hidden gems, and striking up conversations with local merchants, creators and folks in the neighbourhood.
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