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The public gardens of the Grandi Giardini Italiani Network

Grandi Giardini Italiani boasts in its network not only private residences gardens open to the public, but also public green spaces accessible to the local community and tourists free of charge.

The municipalities show a continuous and increasing attention in the enhancement and promotion of cultural assets that insist in their territory. Thanks to the partnership with private corporates, they have been able to raise funds to be used for the recovery and conservation of the sites, as well as to promote tourist projects for the knowledge of their eternal beauties.

Below are the municipal parks included in the Grandi Giardini Italiani network:

Parco Ciani (Lugano, CH)
Parco Scherrer Morcote (Morcote, CH)

Parco di Villa Ormond (Sanremo, IM)

Villa Olmo (Como)
Parco Comunale Angelo e Lina Nocivelli (Verolanuova, BS)
Giardini di Palazzo Arese Borromeo (Cesano Maderno, MB)
Giardino di Villa Cusani Traversi Tittoni (Desio, MB)
Villa Ghirlanda Silva (Cinisello Balsamo, MI)
Villa Visconti Borromeo Litta (Lainate, MI)
Giardino di Villa Marzorati Zorn (Sesto San Giovanni, MI)
Giardino di Villa Mylius Von Willer (Sesto San Giovanni, MI)
Parco di Villa Annoni (Cuggiono, MI)
Parco Sola Cabiati (Gorgonzola, MI)

Trentino Alto Adige
Parco delle Terme di Levico (Levico Terme, TN)
Giardino della Rosa (Ronzone, TN)

Parco di San Leonardo (Santu Lussurgiu, OR)

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