Antigua. Travel to the country of Wadadli
Antigua and Barbuda is locally called Wadadli, and much of the island also includes this “Wadadli” as part of the name. The local Wadadli beer is reminiscent of the Dominican…

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Traveling Alberta (Canada)
Quoting my own story, “I dreamed about this trip for a long time. True, at first I wanted to go to the USA, Mexico, South America ... ”Of course, it’s…

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Streets of montreal
Monland Land Monkland Avenue is one of the largest streets in Montreal, and in addition, it is the most important trade artery of the Monkland Village area. On the street…

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Montreal Parks

La Fontaine is an extensive city park located in the heart of Montreal. The park is very beautiful; it is perfect for picnics, hiking and outdoor sports.

Lafontaine Park got its name in honor of Louis-Hippolytus Lafontaine – a popular Canadian politician and prime minister. The area of ​​the park is 36 hectares. Most of this territory is occupied by green spaces, however, the park also has two large lakes, a fountain and a small waterfall. Life in the park is in full swing both in summer and in winter. In the warmer months, Lafontaine Park attracts bathers, skaters, cyclists and just vacationers, and in winter lovers gather to skate.

The park has several beautiful statues, as well as a large open-air theater. And for sports, football fields and tennis courts are provided. In general, Lafontaine Park is one of the most popular holiday destinations throughout Montreal, attracting a large number of residents and visitors to the city.

Dorchester Square is a small city park located in downtown Montreal. The area is very beautiful and is a popular place for walking and recreation of citizens.

Dorchester Square appeared on the city map in the 19th century. Initially, the city cemetery was located on this site, but subsequently all the bodies were exhumed and reburied. It was decided to turn the free space into a picturesque park, which opened to the public in 1878. The area of ​​the green zone was slightly more than two hectares.

Today, Dorchester is one of the most beautiful sights of Montreal. Many trees and greenery grow on the square, flower beds are laid out here and many beautiful monuments are erected. The park is open for visits 24 hours a day, which many tourists use – thanks to thoughtful lighting, Dorchester Square looks even more beautiful at night than during the day.

Ile-de-la-Visitation is a large natural park located on the eponymous river island within Montreal. The park is considered a popular place for tourism and walks, attracting a lot of visitors to the island.

Ile-de-la-Visitation Natural Park was founded in 1984 and has an area of ​​34 hectares. Most of the park is covered with dense forest through which pedestrian and bicycle paths are laid. On the coasts of the island there are nests of river birds, so in the Ile-de-la-Visitation park you can find many bird watchers and bird watchers. In winter, the island also does not remain without visitors – its convenient trails attract a large number of skiers.

In addition to the wonderful nature, Ile-de-la-Visitation Park also has several historical sights – in particular, well-preserved mills and other ancient buildings.

You were in Canada, but you were not in La Rond Montreal amusement park, then forget that you were in Canada – you were not there. That is what the Canadians would probably say if they lived in Odessa.

La Rond Recreation Park in Montreal was built in 1967 during the International Expo 67 exhibition. Today, this park remains one of the largest parks in Canada. After reconstruction in 2002, he gained worldwide fame thanks to new attractions. So, when choosing attractions, be careful about labeling according to the load on the cardiovascular system. All rides are labeled according to the loads, namely the weak, moderate and maximum limit. Do not neglect them.

In the park there are enough boxes to store personal items and enough qualified guards and polite stewards. You cannot bring glass and aluminum containers with you, but food, please.

You will definitely get a lot of pleasure from visiting this park, believe me, it is unforgettable!

Bois-de-Liesse is a unique park that has been able to preserve the majestic forest in a bustling city. Due to the wide variety of ecosystems in the park, not only plants, but also animals found their home here. So, visitors to the Bois-de-Liesse park, walking along its paths, can see red foxes, turtles, American beavers, wild squirrels. Despite the fact that they are not tame, squirrels will gladly accept a person’s food and can even eat a nut from his palm.

There is a pond in the park, and flower gardens, and glades where you can have a picnic. The entire perimeter of Bois-de-Liesse is surrounded by Betran Creek.

During sporting events, the Olympic Park attracts fans from all over Montreal, but on ordinary days, a lot of people walk here. In addition, the Olympic Park borders the Montreal Botanical Garden and the Insectarium, which also attract a lot of tourists.

Angrignon is a beautiful city park, one of the largest in Montreal. The park is located in the southern part of the city and is a favorite vacation spot for citizens.

The park is named after the famous politician Jean-Baptiste Angrignon.

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