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Square St. Louis
Metro Sherbrooke
It’s not all patooie at Square St. Louie! Pass the pedestrian part of Prince Arthur to enter one of the Plateau’s nicest parks. Architecturally astonishing with a gelato stand and gazebo, Louis is lush with life.

Parc La Fontaine
Metro Sherbrooke
Caught drinking in public! This park is full of joggers and jugglers galore. Come December, there’s winter wonderland ice skating.

Parc Mont-Royal
Jeanne Mance Park
Look up!
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…a cross? Look out for the stunning lookout spots and shake your Tamtams here on Sunday. Eager beavers can be found at Beaver Lake. The bearer of this beautiful city’s name, the mountain promises a [Mont]real good time!

Jean-Talon Market
7070 Henri-Julien
Catastrophe for coupon cutters! Local farmers, free samples, and fun for all. Not for Provigo-ers.

Lachine Canal
A beautiful waterworks near Atwater market and flanked by factories. You can run, skip, jog, bring your dog, and finish with a savory St. Henri lunch.

Ile St. Helene
Metro Jean Drapeau
Dancing days! Sundays offer Piknik Electronik, but regular picnics can be held any day of the week. Fear death by rollercoaster at La Ronde. Just a quick ride on the yellow line or cross Jacques Cartier to Jean Drapeau!

Parc Maisonneuve
Metro Pie IX
Parc Maisonneuve takes home the gold! Tour books tote the big name attractions: the Olympic Stadium, Biodome, Botanical Gardens, Planetarium, and Insectarium.

Bus Graveyard
Casgrain, Mile End
Old STM buses see the light at the end of the mile. Rusted and graffitied, the buses meet their maker near the train tracks on avenue Casgrain. Count your blessings, as cops are nearby.

Old Port
Tourists trapped! Paris flights redirected to the Old Port. Luckily, with cappuccinos and cigarettes, the Old Port proves a close second to that European city. People-watch at Place Jacques Cartier. Walk the windy streets and chow down on overly expensive eats.


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