Parco Di Trenno, Milan
About Parco Di Trenno, Milan
Parco Di Trenno, Milan - Address
Address: Via Cascina Bellaria, 4, 20151 Milan, Italy
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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More formally laid out than the neighboring Boscoincetta park, this beautiful natural space of sweeping lawns and long straight tree-lined avenues is a great place for cycling and strolling. The trees scattered around the park are pretty - sycamore, oak, horse chestnut, black locust, elm, birch, cypress, ash, and mulberry - and usually grouped by species. There are four fields, two bowl rinks and a handful of sports courts. You can even find cricketers here. The park has a War Cemetery dedicated to Anglo-Americans of WWII.
How To reach Parco Di Trenno by Public Transport
- Train S11 stop Milano Certosa
- Bus 72 stop S. Romanello
- By Car
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I love this park very much!Good and broad vision!There are football,basketball,volleyball,tennis,table tennis,skating areas,and most important,very suitable to run although i can not run so much,everyone can find their favourite!In one word,greatttttttttt!!!!!!!
Big Park with lots of amenities and sports option. A 4km long running track. Green space makes it special. Every here and there are water taps.
My relative goes here every year, we always have barbeque and parties during summer.. it's a really calm and peaceful, you can lay down under a tree watch the sky through the leaves..
Good space for several sports like running volleyball, tennis, beach volleyball and biking. All services are free.
This park will give you the horizon view, the far away sensation that you never find in Milan city. It help to keep calm, take a seat on grass and enjoy they view. Great for running, biking, walking, playing badminton, volleyball... Painting and studing. Must be tried.
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