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I Giardini di Castel Trauttmansdorff

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I Giardini di Castel Trauttmansdorff

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Venture into the mountains and discover the UNESCO-listed peaks, historic towns and natural wonders of the Dolomites on this thrilling 4-day tour from Milan. Soak up the startling scenery as you drive through the Fiemme and Fassa Valleys, past the Misurina and Braies lakes, and the jaw-dropping Falzarego Pass. That’s not all: discover the legacy of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in Verona; visit mountain resorts like Cortina d'Ampezzo and Canazei; and admire the medieval monuments of Bolzano and Trento. This small-group tour is limited to 15 people, ensuring a personalized experience.
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JMGeneva wrote a review Sep 2020
Geneva, Switzerland1,515 contributions447 helpful votes
Even in late September these gardens allow for a pleasant visit. Perfectly maintained, lots of information, superb setting. Lots of visitors too! It must be even better in spring.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Joanne R wrote a review Sep 2020
Delft, The Netherlands30 contributions6 helpful votes
We went here on a cloudy day with a few rain showers, this didn’t make the experience any less enjoyable. The garden is large, but the different areas are well signposted. As well as the plants there are many other interesting buildings and interactive expositions. The information boards are in 3 languages throughout the gardens and the museum. The museum is engaging for all age groups. We thoroughly enjoyed our time here, it’s well worth a visit. One negative point, the parking spaces are extremely tight, it’s worth parking further away and walking a little further to prevent your car being damaged.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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CBaraz wrote a review Aug 2020
Milan, Italy6 contributions5 helpful votes
Very lovely and extremely huge garden (4+ hours are need to make the whole suggested paths). Many different species of land and really interesting the area with the birds. In case of lunch break there is a nice and cheap bar near the labyrinth and his pond area. Just remember that the last entrance is 1,5 earlier than the declared closure which changes acceding to the season (visit the website, for further details) but that period of time, in my opinion, is not enough to admire and enjoy the whole garden. Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed (security and management reasons). Remember to bring a hat and sun cream for. abetter and safer trip.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Europeaddict wrote a review Nov 2019
San Diego, California135 contributions75 helpful votes
My friend and I were staying in Merano and heard about the gardens. We were awed by the gardens. These are not just a nice back of castle gardens, these are truly spectacular and you can walk thru them for miles. They are spit in regions such as Mediterranean and Asian, Water, etc. We could not possibly do all of it in a day. In addition to lots of color and flowers and trees and a lake, they have a restaurant AND several very contemporary islands that you can walk to on small stones in the water. They also have a viewing platform that comes out from the hill and you are hanging in the air. The tour of the castle was also fun as it had many unusual exhibits and fun items to ponder. Love Love Love this place. Who could not love a place with thousands of sunflowers looking at you!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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MLG wrote a review Oct 2019
New York374 contributions64 helpful votes
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We are big plant people and love to visit botanical gardens wherever we go. This quickly jumped to our Top 5! We were not expecting the incredible collections here, or the vast diversity of plants and gardens! We grabbed a map and had a little trouble following it in some spots, but ultimately we felt like we were able to see everything. The gardens and displays were all very neat and orderly, and everything was so colorful. I especially loved the artworks in the garden of love, and the large bank of sunflowers. Truly a lovely garden!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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