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Parco di Monza

#1 of 97 things to do in Monza Features Animals
Viale Mirabellino, 2, 20900 Monza, Italy
+39 039 394641
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Relaxing and plenty of space

We had a walk there with our Italian friends and it was a great and very relaxing walk his kids... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Søren Z
via mobile

Very beautiful. Worth to visit. Nature, waterfalls, river, birds, restaurants inside. A must in the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Porto, Portugal
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“rent a bike” (6 reviews)
“villa reale” (11 reviews)
“huge park” (7 reviews)
Viale Mirabellino, 2, 20900 Monza, Italy
+39 039 394641
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We had a walk there with our Italian friends and it was a great and very relaxing walk his kids could run around playing while we enjoyed the park view. It had a few restaurants in the park but we didn't not try them.

Thank Søren Z
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very beautiful. Worth to visit. Nature, waterfalls, river, birds, restaurants inside. A must in the city.

Thank meuadviser
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We only discovered at the end of the day that renting a bike was an option (next to the parking lot next to villa reale, parking was only 2 euros during week days). The park is huge, but mostly grass. Wildlife can be seen, foxes,...More

Thank Nupsad
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A huge and extremely beautiful Park. You will find many section already equipped for sports. Don't be surprised by the amount of people exercising and cycling. The trees in the park are extremely beautiful. Free entrance. Water is available abundantly in the park. You can...More

Thank Rabih S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Love this park. You can spend anything from a hour or two here to an entire day. The park is huge and even spending about half a day here we only saw a fraction of it. Would be best off to rent a bike to...More

Thank Manicrose
Reviewed 5 June 2017 via mobile

This is a great park with lots to see. It is very large and has wooded areas and cafes. The Rose garden is worth a look. A nice surprise in a busy city.

Thank Pand68
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Good Area for relax or jogging to spend during the we or in the week. In the park there is the Autodrome with several actractions and events.

Thank Alex K
Reviewed 13 May 2017

It's a extremely large park. It's a good place to visit and walk or to go run in a weekend. Also, close by the park is the Monza racetrack what has attraction all the year been the F1 GP the most important one. It's definitely...More

Thank FelipeFozzatti
Reviewed 10 February 2017

This place should be visited in all types of seasons either walking or biking it has so many sides to it the history and the autoduomo

Thank Gemma B
Reviewed 5 February 2017

It is the largest walled park in Europe. You can admire La Villa Reale (Royal Villa of Monza which it used to be the summer palace of the Italian Royal family Savoia). Unfortunately, the Villa had been terribly looted during the World Wars but still...More

3  Thank Emanuela883
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mary d
10 July 2015|
Response from Alicia S | Reviewed this property |
What staff do you mean? It's a park... But in general in Italy it depends. Many speak broken English but you can get through with it and communicate in some way (italian gestures can be quite helpful).