Good to get out from the fashion neighbourhood and into this park. It's large, it has various water forms and attractive vegetation. There was a big event during our visit.
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Nice Park near Piazza Gavour and Corso di Porta Venezia, a park where you can stroll and relaxe; nice paths for walks, for jogging, for sportifs and for familys with children; nice high trees, and many green places; there is a sculpture dedicated to the...More
The huge park, which covers the area of more than 172 thousand square meters near Porta Venezia, is the oldest park in the city. It was established in 1784 mostly by design of the architect Giuseppe Piermarini (author of the Teatro alla Scalla). There are...More
A previous reviewer summed this up well by saying it's nice but not well maintained. Which is a shame because there are parts of the park that could be really lovely and a welcome break for the noise of the city centre. As it is,...More
This could be a superb park and urban garden but it just doesn't appear to have much love nourished on it. There are lots of pathways, all stony and cover much of the park surface. Mere are lakes within the gardens but they mostly appear...More
In it's heyday I am sure this city park had a nicer appearance, I have visited this park over four times now since 2013 while stopping in Milan and have never seen it neat or tidy park, it has wide dirt paths, large shady trees...More
This park isn't as big and impressive as Parco Sempione, but it's absolutely worth a look if you're nearby. It's claimed to be the oldest park in town and there's some really nice buildings and monuments there, like the Natural History Museum and the Planetarium....More