Often described as a central neighborhood where it's good to grow up and raise a family, Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie actually offers a multitude of faces: students, families, workers, seniors... Crossed by Beaubien, Masson, Saint-Hubert and Viau streets, the neighborhood includes, among others, Little Italy, which witnessed important waves of immigration in the 20th century. Today, many cultural communities live side by side. Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie has many assets: the Jean-Talon market, the largest food market in Montreal and one of the largest open markets in North America, a neighborhood life enriched by numerous businesses, microbreweries and restaurants, as well as large green spaces, including the magnificent Maisonneuve Park and its botanical garden, popular with sports enthusiasts in both summer and winter, the Biodome, the Insectarium and the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium.
The Rosemont, Beaubien (orange line) and Jean-Talon (orange and blue lines) metros are the best ways to get there.