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Parc Maisonneuve, Montreal
(4.6/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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  • The day was sunny, we looked into this park. Here a lot of benches, one of which we have caused. It was a weekday, there were virtually no people, silence and tranquility. Went to wander in the Park-he turned out just great, with plenty of nooks where you can easily have a picnic. Here is a very beautiful, Golden autumn.
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  • Great Park to walk around in all maintained tranquillite.superbement a nice place for a walk with the family or take the children romp, you can even sting is fuck, run, ride the bike... metro Viau to go and/or line of bus136...
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  • Maisonneuve Park is a large park in Montreal, located in the borough Rosemont - La Petite-Patrie. It is located near a golf club and space for life, including the Botanical Garden. It is named in honor of Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve, co-founder of Montreal. It's the official commentary is also a place of relaxation, a place u we breathe or revit is, in beautiful and long markets two or alone whatever you will be charmed, bike ride go there and enjoy in all its splendour
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  • huge land of green located in rosemont-la petite-patrie on the east end of town nearby the Olympic stadium. the park houses the botanical garden as well as a 9-hole golf course. besides that, you have the park itself with its greeny grass and it's 3km circling bike path that is used by many, cyclists, joggers/runners, pedestrians. during winter, the park becomes a cross-country skiing playground. other than that, people go here to relax, have some outdoor activities, have picnics and whatnot
  • Joli parc à visiter, à proximité de plusieurs activités (jardin botanique, biodôme, planétarium, etc.). Belles pistes cyclables asphaltés, parfait pour el vélo et rollerblade.
  • Beautiful park. Really big with a nice bike path and pedestrian lane.
  • It was my first time here and I was coming from saint-laurent (about 20 km). That is not worth the distance. A large part of the parc is not accessible (botanic garden and other stuff). The royal mount is much much better, more natural.
  • Good place for a walk or run or bike. Clean and beautiful trees.