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This park is a green oasis of Monza. It is located only 45 minutes away from Milan, and there you can rest and contemplate nature. To see all attractions you should take time off for the whole day. But you will face a difficult choice...More
Shocking organisation, poor poor!!
What does the heading not illustrate to people??
Gates not organised and can’t get in where your seats are!!! We missed so much because of this problem. Not enough personnel convenience.
Unable on get out to us the facilities and have...More
This is definitely the biggest walled park in Europe and, believe me, it's a wonderful oasis of wildlife in the middle of one of the most crowded areas of all Europe. You can walk through woods, run, do nordic walking, go by bike, visit the...More
This apparently is the largest completely walled in park in all of Europe and with miles and miles of trails, cyclists and runners are more than content. It is a well maintained park and with bars scattered inside the park in various locations, it is...More
There was some surprising wildlife, and it's always stunning how huge the park can be. You can't see the end of it even after walking for a while. Despite being a lot full of people, you still can find some privacy spots.
Great park where you can't get bored: at the entrance you can take a very well illustrated map which leads you to interesting stops of ancient farm houses or pieces of the royal palace of monza, the landscape is various, excellent for kids and dogs.
Such a tranquil place to visit and roam around. I love Monza as for me its like a mini Milan. But in some ways better. There are nice restaurants and shops like Milan, some lovely old buildings and this amazing park. My partner loves the...More
What staff do you mean? It's a park... But in general in Italy it depends. Many speak broken English but you can get through with it and communicate in some way (italian gestures can be quite helpful).