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Villa Pallavicino was a private residence in 1855, when it was purchased by Ruggero Bonghi, statesman and writer. In 1862 the ownership was transferred to the noble Genoese Pallavicino family who enlarged the estate, transforming it into a...more
All reviews worth a visit small animals few hours love animals ticket desk enjoyable afternoon petting area wild animals beautiful trees round the gardens steep walk stresa town main part nice stroll families with children peacocks roaming overlooking the lake
We visited on a Saturday, and the park was busy with lots of families and children. The gardens are lovely, with views over the lake and a nice little café for snacks and drinks. So far, so good. Then we went to the zoo and...More
Had a lovely stroll round the gardens. If they'd been with us our grandchildren would have had a great time with the animals. If you're also planning to visit the islands in Lake Maggiore you can buy a ticket that includes the islands as well...More
We took our nephew (2 years old) to the park to see the animals. He was so excited to be able to walk amongst the goats, sheep and deers. We all loved the gentle walk around the amazing park which was sheltered in many places...More
Only a short walk at the edge of town , on the lakeside, a lovely way to spend a few hours. Beautiful grounds and animals to see. Zoos are an issue, we know, but the farm area with the goats, llamas, sheep and rabbits was...More
I have never visited an attraction of this standard so poorly marketed. Situated a long walk out of Stresa, it is unlikely that anyone would find it by accident. The extensive woodland is full of waterfalls. The zoo animals are clearly well looked after and...More
This was a pretty place to walk around. The animals were a little different than the ones you would find in zoos in America but we enjoyed it nonetheless. The gardens and flowers were gorgeous and the peacock put on quite the show for us.
We visited today and was pleasantly surprised, sadly due to the storms a tree was is need of being cut down, which meant we couldn’t visit the farm, however the rest of the place was stunning. Highly recommend this place. Don’t make the mistake we...More