Photo cred - Adam Oles

Montreal is brimming with culture and events, so many that one would question the idea of ever leaving the city. While it's true Montreal is easily the best city to party in Canada, there are still many reasons to venture outside of the province and beyond the nation's borders. Not with some lame tour group though, do it road-trip style with a lot of party-action thrown in, which is the magic equation making up Interstude's "L'Amazing Race" student trip.

During the four day road trip (November 21st to 24th) you will be travelling to three of North America's most major cultural, food, and party destinations: Toronto, Chicago, and Niagra Falls, for just $295.

Photo cred- Interstude

Your L'Amazing Race itinerary will cover all the best aspects of every city. The CN Tower, burritos, and club scene of that makes Toronto epic. You can chose between all of Chicago's epic eats (hello deep-dish pizza). Journey behind the Niagra Falls when you visit on Monday, while also making a trip to the casino, of course. Get the full rundown here.

Here  are just some of the challenges you'll be able to participate in during your trip, each of which will earn you points towards the grand prize:

  • Toronto: Bring a grandma/ grandpa to the party, pick up a waiter/ waitresses phone number, take a shower in the lake
  • Chicago: Dunk like Michael Jordan, jump in the Buckingham Memorial fountain
  • Niagra Falls: Be a gambler at the Little Las Vegas casino, find your team mascot
  • And tons more...

Tickets for L'Amazing Race are available now, with the box office closed by November 14th, if its not sold out before. Make sure you have your spot reserved by heading to the ticket page here.

Interstude's L'Amazing race will start touring on November 22nd and return to the city on 24th. Find out everything you need to know at Interstude's Facebook page here.

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