Montreal Food Tours by VDM Global now available for Private Groups

MontrealFoodTours.com now offers Private Food Tours of Montreal for couples and groups. Professional Foodie Guides help travellers and locals like discover the wonders of the city.

Montréal, Canada - April 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Montreal is a wonderful city known for its people and its food. Montreal Food Tours now offers guided tours to tourists and locals who thirst to discover the city’s roots and its eclectic food scene. Attendees can experience Montreal like locals thanks to local foodie tour guides and their valuable wealth of information on the city’s history, geography and people.

“Our goal is to introduce the amazing food culture we have in Montreal to both locals and travellers alike,” says Danielle Crete, of Montreal Food Tours. “Montreal is known for its European style and its history is closely linked to food and having a great time.”

As of today, MontrealFoodTours.com now offers twelve different local private food tours to satiate the best foodie experience seekers. From the classic “Flavours and Aromas of Old Montreal” tour to the ever popular “Foodie’s Tour of the Jean-Talon Market”, many additional tours are also available such as the “Culinary Bike Tour of Montreal”, “Flavourful Montréal Experience Montreal’s sights and tastes”, “Microbreweries, Maxi Flavours!” Great ideas for tours among friends include the “Progressive Dinner in Old Montreal” and the delicious “Gourmet World of Chocolate makers”. Neighbourhood tours also include the “Tales and Tastes of Montreal’s South West – Saint-Henri & Little Burgundy”, the “Asian Communities in Montreal… Then and Now!”, “The Mile End, Canada’s Most Creative Neighbourhood” and the very special “Main on a Plate! 375 years of history.”

Private tours are available for couples or larger groups on most days of the week; however, they must be booked early since reservations need to be made to ensure the best experience possible.

“Montreal and its history may be explored in many ways. As a foodie, I enjoy making the past come alive through something we intimately engaged with every day: Food!” says Ronald Poire, one of the several foodie tour guides presenting the tour this summer. Meet Ronald and other professional food tour guides and see Montreal’s history come alive before your eyes and taste buds!

Visit MontrealFoodTours.com to find more information on every private tour available this year.

Contact Info:
Name: Josiane Allison
Email: info@vdmglobal.com
Organization: VDM Global DMC
Address: 2380 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, Québec H3J 1N4, Canada
Phone: +1-855-842-1815

For more information, please visit http://montrealfoodtours.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 326396

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