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Moscoso Park, Vitoria
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Minutes away from the city’s best hotels and beaches, Moscoso Park contains a number of lakes, a small zoo, an amusement park, a chapel, and a water fountain which is illuminated at night. In the heart of a busy city, the park is frequented by locals and tourists as a place of relaxation and recreation away from busy traffic. Take a long walk across the park’s manicured green lawns, or have a picnic with friends and family in a peaceful setting. A large playground area is set up for children, while adults have access to a well-equipped fitness center. There are snack bars scattered across the park, as well as a small library inside an antique train wagon, always a fun stop for children. Put Moscoso Park at the forefront of your travel plans using our Vitoria trip itinerary builder.
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  • Situated in the city centre and opened in 1912, Moscoso Park is the oldest park of Victory. Has a fish pond and meandering, Islands cut by concrete bridges that mimic the texture of driftwood. The Park also has a Popular Academy of Elder and internet signal free of Victoria Online
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  • The Park is very cozy, this well maintained and is a good place for an afternoon stroll. But before I go I thought the Park would be greater, so don't go expecting a lot as a Ibirapuera.
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  • Traditional Victoria tourist spot, is worth knowing. A pity that the current administration is not preserving as it should.
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