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Alessandro F wrote a review Sep 2020
Milan, Italy23,049 contributions166,222 helpful votes
The largest park downtown is this one, you can run, have a rest, to stroll, play with your dog and whatever you like to do outdoor. Before 2002 , when the park was dedicated to the writer ang journalist Indro Montanelli (1909-2001), the park was called Gargens of Venice Door . Inside the park you can visit the Planetarium and the Natural History Museum. Many statues and monuments are positioned on the perimeter of the park.…
Date of experience: September 2020
113 Helpful votes4 Reposts
David wrote a review Aug 2020
Oxford, United Kingdom991 contributions367 helpful votes
A pleasant area of greenery in the heart of Milan. I just happened to walk through on my way to the centre. Very picturesque house to gaze upon. Lots of people walking around.
Date of experience: August 2020
1 Helpful vote
GAN L wrote a review Feb 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia8,582 contributions850 helpful votes
A green lung in the centre of busy Milan city, big massive green area. The park is named after Indro Montanelli, a popular journalist and writer who was known to relax in the park every morning before entering the nearby offices of his newspaper, Il Giornale. Several monuments and tourist attractions are enclosed within the park. Notable buildings include the Ulrico Hoepli Planetarium, the NaturalHistory Museum, the 17th century Palazzo Dugnani. Notable monuments include the statue of Indro Montanelli,a popular journalist and writer. Saw lots of people jogging, visitors strolling through, dog owners bringing their dogs to have fun at the designated dog's playground. One can also see artificial hills, rooks and lakes, trees, shrubs, and flowering plants.…
Date of experience: February 2020
2 Helpful votes
Martyn Cymro wrote a review Jan 2020
Coimbra, Portugal2,881 contributions367 helpful votes
It's a pleasant park, with well marked pathways, a lake, fitness equipment and artwork in various locations. It takes about 15 minutes to stroll through it on your way to the centre of the city. It's free to enter and is open from 06:30 to 21:00.
Date of experience: November 2019
johnhp702 wrote a review Jan 2020
Derby, United Kingdom14,883 contributions1,461 helpful votes
Pleasant enough park to walk through to get somewhere else, seems the place to take your four legged friends for exercise or obedience lessons.
Date of experience: January 2020