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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
Day visit - beautiful flowers, well tended, such an array and colourful selection of all types, zoo interesting esp in the farm section and although we were 2 adults, enjoyed the friendly animals and the reactions of the young adults nearby, perhaps negatively the labelling...More
We visited Villa Pallavicino a family of four - 2 adults and two very young kids (11 month and 2 years 9 month).
As we have young kids, we took our twin pram and asked about the accessibility of the park for the pram. We...More
Visited at end of September and, while the gardens were still okay, the rest looked like it had been a hard season. The place is easy to find, maybe a quarter mile along the (flat) road out of town from the ferry terminal. But there's...More
We visited the park this afternoon. It was really quiet, but I guess that can be expected off season. The park was nice and allows for a few hours walk with good views over the lake, nice trees and flowers and some animals which our...More
A short walk from the centre of stresa, we had a really pleasant few hours here. The walk through with deer, llama and goats was great. We thought the golden eagle could have had more space?
There was a lovely cafe with great views and...More
We visited early morning at 9am because we noticed by mid morning the car park was packed out . Nice walk (uphill) to the animals , small petting zoo with goats , deer, llamas. Lots of other small animals in good sized cages and birds...More
A nice place to visit even on a damp and drizzly day, truly magnificent trees and ferns though hundreds of hydrangea a bit rampant. Animals seemed to have roomy cages and cute though depressing to see birds not able to fly and one parrot all...More