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Reviewed 7 August 2016

Wonderfully kept gardens...a beautiful way to enjoy a summer's day in Nervi wrapped in the fresh smell of eucalyptus.

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Reviewed 28 May 2016

If you like botanical gardens or just like some green during the stay of the area of Genoa. There are three different - and they are indeed different - parks. You may walk there, go for a picknick or just spend some time to take the air - fresh and full of tree smells (or flowering roses if you at the right time).

Very much recomended on the week day - less people and much more calmer.

Take train to Nervi and make ca 200 m walk following the signs, great to mix with A.Garibaldi Walk afterwards.

Thank VitPetersburg
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Reviewed 25 April 2016

After a full-of-sightseeng morning, we spend the afternnon on this beautiful park. It is frequented by Genovese, has a lot of green spaces to play with a ball, federball, playgrounds. Coming out of the park towards the see, one can stroll around on the nice Anita Garibaldi passageways, just above the sea. Beautiful !

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Reviewed 22 April 2016 via mobile

We had a great time in this park. They have an out breathing view from the sea, huge trees and a lot of great shadows to sit and enjoy.

Thank Singular E
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Reviewed 25 September 2015

Catch the train or bus through to Nervi and visit the Museum of Art whilst strolling through the 2 parks and seaside. You can swim at Nervi but if the waves are heavy all the entrances to the sea side rocks will be closed off

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