Among many other tours, 3 new culinary tours have been created to satisfy any gourmet critics.
1- Flavours and aromas of Old Montréal
This walking tour will allow you to discover the delicious cultural and historic culinary charms of the oldest district of Montreal.
Speciality shops and boutiques in the area are housed in old factories and showrooms from the 19th century. As you follow the narrow and winding streets of Old Montreal, your professional tour guide will feed your hunger for knowledge on the history of Montreal and its many culinary pleasures. You will learn how the native people have influenced Canadian food habits and how the world fair Expo 67 brought exotic food on our tables. That and much more… Come discover the flavours and aromas of Old Montreal!
2- A foodie's tour of little Italy
Come discover Little Italy, one of the most captivating neighbourhoods of Montreal with its colourful past, its quaint streets, its well known restaurants and fine epicurean groceries.
Come and visit the Jean Talon Market, the biggest outdoor market in North America. Since 1934, this market is the ideal place to buy fresh products, a variety of remarkable cheeses, meats from regional producers, flowers, books and a lot more. You will be charmed by the wonderful smells and the vivid colours of the beautifully laid-out fruit and vegetable stands.
See the rich heritage of Italian Canadians like the Madonna della Defesa (Our Lady of protection) Church, Dante Park, the St. Laurent Boulevard – heart of this neighbourhood and learn more about the history and the cultural diversity that make this corner of Montreal so unique!
You will be amazed and surprised by the tastings included!
3- Tales and tastes of the Atwater marke
Now that a new generation of Montrealers has moved in along the banks of the Lachine Canal, discover the rich history of the neighbourhoods surrounding the Atwater Market.
A meeting point for people seeking out farm-fresh produce, the Atwater Market is also bursting with fine foods, which you’ll be invited to taste and discover. Take a stroll through the streets of Saint-Henri and Little Burgundy and plunge into the blue collar and musical roots of these two unsung neighbourhoods.
Who is VDM Global DMC:
* 35 years of experience
* Nearly 10 years of culinary activities
* Nearly 3 000 participants in their culinary activtities
* More than 20 guides specialised on culinary history