Parco Sempione

By far the best-known park is the central Parco Sempione, a romantic park in “English style”, created in 1893 and, like almost all Milanese parks, open seven days a week free of charge from dawn to dusk. It contains a rich collection of trees and bushes, several sport or recreation areas and play zones for children. Parco Sempione is surrounded by important buildings and institutions, from the Sforza castle with its museums, the Gianni Brera Arena, the Peace Arch, Milan’s Triennale and the civic aquarium.

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Address Parco Sempione, Piazza Sempione, Milan, Metropolitan City of Milan, Italy

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Parco Sempione

Parco Sempione, Piazza Sempione, Milan, Metropolitan City of Milan, Italy