Giardino Inglese
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Rollingseas
58 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
Such a disappointment after walking across the city to find a fairground set up in the park. So much for a peaceful walk in nature away from the traffic and bustling people!

There is a really beautiful sculpture which is surrounded by graffiti, see picture, and some nice trees but nothing special. There was also rubbish spread around everywhere which seems to be a common feature of the streets and green spaces.
Written September 6, 2020
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EFSTATHIOS B
Athens, Greece414 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
Don't loose time here, try better to the botanic gardens! Visit this place only if you come by luck!
Written July 21, 2019
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macman1940
Arlington Heights IL601 contributions
Sep 2014 • Friends
The English Garden is on the Via Della Liberta at Via Duca Della Verdura. You can stroll among huge Moreton Bay Fig that was planted in 1851 (+30). There are fountains, flowers, a small cafe, and toilets! This is a great place to escape from the hustle of the city.
Written February 10, 2015
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Dave H
Newport, UK313 contributions
Jun 2013 • Couples
Compared to the Botanical Gardens this park is better maintained. It is a lovely quiet spot in the city and is used by locals for their own sanctuary. There is incredible statuary by Rutelli which is frequently overlooked by the guide books. There is no fee for entry (again, unlike the Botanical) and there is a small cafe with toilet inside.
Written June 10, 2013
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IanM31
Portland, Australia99 contributions
Apr 2013 • Solo
The English Garden in Palermo [Giardino Inglese] is located between Via della Liberta and Via Gen dalla Chiesa, being a significant walk from my hotel near Piazza Gulia Cesare [station square].
The gardens are mainly large trees and shrubs, but with expansive hard-paved areas.
I visited on a Sunday morning, and it was delightful to see so many family groups of locals using the hard-paved open area as space to play: Young children learning to ride little bicycles or roller blades, others blowing bubbles with toys, playing with helium-filled balloons or kicking a ball.
All the play was discreet; there were no wild or loud scenes, a quiet mood and ambience.
A central café had reasonably priced food and drink and provided the only toilet facility.
A few stall-holders offered children's toys and colourful balloons.
One purpose of my visit was to see the statue "Bambini che giocano tra gli scogli" - "Children playing on rocks' by the famous 19th-20th century Palermo sculptor, Mario Rutelli, who also made the fabulous "Fontana delle Naiadi" in Piazza della Repubblica, Rome, and other works.
I recommend the English Gardens, Palermo as a quiet place for personal reflection and for families with energetic young children who need space to play and burn off their energy!
Written May 3, 2013
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Vandover
Tallahassee, FL95 contributions
Oct 2017 • Couples
Very nice English park, good for a twenty-minute stroll with a friend. The only blemish is the usual youth-culture, stupidity-is-good blemish: spray-paint graffiti.
Written October 3, 2017
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Amber W
Cranleigh, UK46 contributions
Mar 2013 • Solo
This was a lovely quiet place to sit and read in the centre of Palermo and seemed better kept than the Botanic Gardens and no entrance fee! Well used by various groups of the community with a cafe in the centre. Lots of bus routes run right past the park so very easy to get to or an easy walk from Politeama.
Written April 8, 2013
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decdeasy
Naas, Ireland293 contributions
May 2012 • Solo
Nice cool oasis in city centre.Strool from Teatro Politeama down Via Della Liberta past shops displaying designed fashion to Giardino Inglese and walk through the pathways in between plants & trees.
Written May 8, 2012
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Isabela L
Tel Aviv, Israel908 contributions
Dec 2019
I walked around the English garden in winter, and it was so beautiful! I suppose the garden is even more beautiful in the spring and summer ... Anyway, I enjoyed the sun that eats but does not burn and I enjoyed the beauty of the garden.
Written January 10, 2020
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delagioventu
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg1,402 contributions
Oct 2019 • Family
Good for some moments of rest on a bench. The parc is not that big though so do not expect too much. Small bar in the main square.
Written October 30, 2019
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