Milan is not a city renowned for the beauty of its parks. Nevertheless, some green spots in the city provide both for tourists and citizens of the metropolis a a minimum of coolness and contact with nature.
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Being centrally located, this park is a great place to take a break when you’re out and about exploring the city. It also features many attractions for all ages including the Museum of Natural History and the Planetarium.Read more ›
Located in Milan's eastern suburbs on the road leading to Linate Airport, Forlanini Park is an ideal place for outdoor sports including jogging, cycling, soccer and now, thanks to the presence of immigrants, baseball and cricket. It also has a pond and a shelter for stray dogs and cats.Read more ›
One of the goals of Milan’s Centre for Urban Forestation (CFU) is to develop initiatives to improve the relationship between locals and nature. In the park you can cycle, jog, have barbeques and even do a bit of gardening. You can also book a “portico” for private parties, picnics or barbeques on weekends.Read more ›