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All reviews parco dei his wife the bus gift shop villa lante stone carvings per person wonderful park little bit every corner picnic tables young children two hours salvador dali mythical creatures public transport amazing statues
Great place to visit on a day trip! It takes about 1,5 h to stroll the park and take all the pictures. The entrance is €10 per person. Sculptures are breathtaking and make a perfect picture! We had a lovely afternoon here and at the...More
Although only a small park we spent about 4 hours here as my girlfriend loves to take photographs!
The sculptures are huge and breath taking.
there is also a small café and gift shop on site.
A great day for families or as a couple.
Very special a magic place, I love it so much from I was very young - I love walking inside and I love relax and take a time to look everything.
A beautiful experience with my kids - the loved it and they were very...More
We have been in Sacro Bosco with 4 years old daughter and she enjoyed by this park as well. Park was really impressive and interesting for child but main benefit was that it is not huge territory for long walking and nobody filled tired after...More
We ran out of time and missed out on seeing Parco dei Mostri, when we were staying in Viterbo a couple of years ago. Wasn’t going to miss out this time. We were staying in Terni and caught the train to Orte Scalo, then a...More
This is a great place to visit for all ages.There are some amazing statues and the leaflet you get on the way in gives a good explanation of it all.Its mostly shaded so nice to get out of the sun for a while and take...More
A lush green park filled with bizarre 500-year-old stone carvings that kids can climb on/in, and adults can admire. The pamphlet you receive upon admittance explains all the arcane symbolism behind the weird statues commissioned by Prince Pier Francesco Orsini.
We stopped here to let...More
More than 400 years old. A treasure trove of huge & unusual statues and monuments in the Italian forest. Kids loved searching for them and had a great time. Definitely worth a visit, this is not common even in a country full of art. However,...More
We came from the beautiful Villa Lante with its formal gardens to this...a wonderland of sly wit and puzzlement. Wandering the trails brings you face to face with stone giants, a massive turtle, a war elephant and numerous figures from a potboiler book of that...More
Response from Linda_in_Quincy | Reviewed this property |
I know that there are some tours from Rome that go to both Viterbo and Bomarzo so this is an option to consider. I had to hire a driver because I can't keep up with groups on walking tours due to an ankle problem. It was... More
I know that there are some tours from Rome that go to both Viterbo and Bomarzo so this is an option to consider. I had to hire a driver because I can't keep up with groups on walking tours due to an ankle problem. It was expensive, but I have no regrets. I was delighted to be able to see the park.