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The Park is the ideal place to spend a day amidst luxuriant nature. Immerse yourself in the 600,000 square metres of green lawns and ancient woods. Enjoy the panoramas from the rolling hills, explore the maze and feast your eyes on the colourful...more
All reviews golf buggy beautiful park on foot huge park couple of hours lily ponds sandwiches dotto train lake garda own pace great garden rent bikes entry fee minute ride large garden short stop a great deal
I don't know about other parks in the neighbourhood, but I don't consider 12,50€ per person cheap.
That being said, i do believe you get value for money. Some fantastic gardens and great views. Only the ponds were a bit of a disappointment. all in...More
We visited here as an excursion on our Travelsphere holiday at Lake Garda. We had about 3 hours but I could have spent the entire day here. There is a little Dotto train that will tour you round the garden but we chose to walk....More
These gardens are well worth a visit. But beware they are large and hilly in places. Best way to see is either on the train that circulates the park (approx 45 minutes with commentary) or via self drive golf buggy (with iPad guide). We took...More
Visited these gardens last month - large selection of acers & other lovely trees. The rose walk was still looking good but not too many other flowers were there. The gardens are vast - you can get around on bikes, golf carts or land train....More
This just an unbelievable place. So beautiful and calm, there is so much space, fresh air and beauty. So great to take your shoes off and run barefoot down these green magnificent fields. Absolutely in love with this place, all our family...
And yes, at...More
I cannot understand the negative reviews of this attraction. It is a large gardens, almost a botanical gardens. The walks are pleasant and would be of interest to a keen gardener. For the non walkers there is the "land train", golf buggies or bicycles by...More
Perhaps it's just that I had high expectations, but I cannot understand the huge number of positive reviews. This is a park / garden, with large lawns popular with families playing and sunbathing. There is a small herb garden; a small farm (around six pens)...More
Date of experience: May 2017
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parcosigurta, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Parco Giardino Sigurta, responded to this reviewResponded 23 May 2017
we are sorry to read your disappointment regarding your visit at Parco Giardino Sigurtà. For what concern the food and beverage aspect, the prices haven’t changed in many years. The didactic farm hosts donkeys, sheeps, goats, hens, turkeys and ducks, and adheres to...More