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Tayla M wrote a review Nov 2020
A lovely park and make sure you stop by the café (but bring cash!) - a real casual community vibe with very friendly staff.
Date of experience: September 2020
Nadia C wrote a review Jun 2019
Bologna, Italy178 contributions62 helpful votes
I discovered this place ten years ago when I spent my first summertime with my two kids in Bologna. I always go there when it is very warm and hot because there's shadow and the trees are old and unique. If you go there remember to pay a visit to cedro dell'himalaya the oldest tree planted in 1874 by the former owner Dottor Ghigi and you will feel the nature. You can also enjoy a beatiful landscape of Bologna.…
Date of experience: June 2019
GBM wrote a review Aug 2018
Sydney, Australia41 contributions27 helpful votes
Only a few stops on the bus, to get there and only about 20 minutes to walk back to the centre. We spend a pleasant evening walking the paths up the hill, indulging in ripe figs from the trees as we walked and watched the sun set.
Date of experience: August 2018
1 Helpful vote
Kate M wrote a review Mar 2017
Edinburgh, United Kingdom61 contributions14 helpful votes
Enjoyed half an hour jogging up the hills and admiring the city views. Very quiet. We went in winter so the trees were bare but I can imagine they look lovely in spring and summer.
Date of experience: March 2017
Blanca K wrote a review Jan 2017
Madrid, Spain72 contributions51 helpful votes
The park is worth a visit. It is a large park on the hills. You can walk to "Parco di Villa Ghigi". The view of the city is amazing. However, the Villa Ghigi is nothing special. We were at midday but there were few people. Mostly local citizans who walked their dogs. Friendly athmosphere.…
Date of experience: January 2017
1 Helpful vote