Located adjacent to Castelo Sfozesco, this park is quite a lovely site to be visited. Very big and very relaxing, quite different from noises and crowds you'll encounter in the city centre. Great place to unwind.
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About Parco Sempione
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Just behind Sforzesco castle this park leads all the way up to the Arco Della Pace (Peace Arch) which Napoleon had build and it's very like the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. It's full of people laying on the grass having picnics so it 's...More
We had the luck to hit a local farmers market and taste different wines, olive oil, cheese etc. enjoy a bottle of red wine by the park, and for our good luck another street food festival on the same weekend!!
now security is not what it used to be, groups of migrants can intimidate people, notably women , due to the lax attitude of police and town administrators
I've been going to Parco Sempione almost everyday for a run. The parc is buzzing with children playing, people chilling, cyclists, musicians and much more. It's pretty huge and really beautiful! Especially now, the varied hues of autumn make it even more mesmerizing! It's worth...More
This is a beautiful natural park, with ducks and turtles beside the stream, lovely unpaved walking paths and beautiful greenery. We went here after visiting the Castello Sforzesco, and it was a refreshing break from the hubbub.
Walked through this park daily from our hotel to the shopping area of Milan. Took different paths. Enjoyed the fountains and the wide paths. Plus fun seeing all the dogs on walks. Places to stop for snacks and drinks. I would be hesitant to walk...More
this is a vast park right next to the heart of milan.on the south east end, the park is anchored by the Sforza Castle which houses several museums. Over the last two years there has been an increase in refugees in Milan, and it is...More
This is a lovely huge park to just walk around. It has such a lovely smell and lovely and shaded in places. There are toilets scattered throughout the park. The ponds are full of fish, ducks and tortoises.