Montreal is home to many incredible public spaces and parks. When summertime rolls around, these public spaces become our second home.\nALSO READ: This Is Why Quebecers Are Not Going To Tim Hortons Anymore\nPerfect for an impromptu mid-day picknick when you need a break from the office, for a low-pressure first date, or just for long meandering conversations with your bestie while basking in the summer sun.\n@mayagofferembedded via\nPlace Jean-Paul-Riopelle in the Quartier international de Montréal is a stunning public space. On Viger street and sandwiched between downtown and the Old Port, this is the perfect park to bring a summer date or out-of-town friend.\nThe main attraction here: La Joute. La Joute is a public sculptural installation by iconic Quebec artist Jean-Paul Riopelle, a member of the Automatiste movement.\nThis is not any normal fountain, though. Starting in mid-May, this fountain transforms into an incredible 35-minute smoke and fire show every night.\n@leylakereeembedded via\nStarting at 5:30PM, and with the fountain set to "give" six shows every night, this is a great place to pop by before or after a night out downtown or in the Old Port.\nFor more information, click here!