Montreal is the multicultural metropolis of Quebec and one of the most diverse cities in the world, making it the perfect destination for a linguistic student tour. Our programs will have you discovering the Hispanic communities of Montreal and learning about French Canadian history, all while enjoying its 1001 delicious food options & mesmerizing sites, and practicing your Français & Español.
Sample itinerary for Spanish & French Montreal trips
Meet with your tour leader and begin with an introduction to the history of Montreal and its rich cultural & linguistic heritage.
Explore the hip Plateau Mont-Royal's vintage clothing stores, record shops and quaint cafés, or stop by l'Española or la Librairie Gallimard for some authentic souvenirs.
Witness the emotion and passion of the Andalusian art of Flamenco as local dancers and musicians take over the floor at tonight's dinner.
Head out on a sightseeing tour of the multicultural communities of Montreal with a local guide to discover, Little Portugal, Little Italy, Chinatown, the Mile-End and more!
Discover how Montrealers brave the cold winter months as you visit the Underground City, a network of malls, museums and restaurants.
Learn the steps to becoming a true improv champ during a fun interactive improvisation workshop.
Feast and dance the evening away during your authentic French Canadian sugar shack experience.
Graffiti art is huge in Montreal, so it's only fitting that you begin the day with a graffiti workshop where local artists will show you how to (legally!) create your own urban masterpieces.
Head on an orientation walk through charming Old Montreal with your tour leader to see Place Jacques Cartier, City Hall, Marché Bonsecours, the Old Port, Notre Dame Basilica and more.
Enjoy a bike tour along the gorgeous Lachine Canal, a scenic 13.5 kilometer-long urban park.
Let the rhythm (and professional musicians) guide you during your hands-on Latin American percussion workshop.
Travel through the ecosystems of the Americas as you visit Montreal's newly renovated Biodome, followed by a tour of the Olympic Stadium, host to the 1976 Summer Olympics.
Take in the sights and sounds of the Marché Jean-Talon, Montreal’s busiest - and most delicious - outdoor market, as you partake in our Grocery Scavenger Hunt in French or in Spanish!