Parc Monceau is the perfect spot to escape from the city and relax with the locals while strolling and admiring the many features. Originally designed in 1769, the park was created with an English feel and includes many structures from different times and places around the world. The park includes Corinthian pillars, a Dutch windmill, an Egyptian pyramid, and a Chinese fort. Serving as inspiration for painting great Monet, the park is popular with locals who stop by to jog, take their lunch break, or spend time with their families. Also, don't forget to take advantage of the free wifi if you need it.
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