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Parco Giardino Sigurtà

Valeggio sul Mincio, Verona

Giardino botanico
Buy tickets
Coffee house & Restaurant
Pet not allowed
Wheelchair accessible
Wi-Fi Area
In the Name of the Rose

How to reach

By car
Highway A4, Peschiera exit, 8 km in the direction of Valeggio sul Mincio
Highway A22, Nogarole Rocca exit, in the direction of Valeggio sul Mincio or Affi Lago di Garda Sud exit, direction Parchi del Garda (Garda Parks).

By train
Verona Porta Nuova railway station; take ATV bus to Valeggio sul Mincio
Peschiera del Garda railway station; take APAM bus to Mantova.
Visit the website for train timetable.

By bus
From Verona: there is an interurban ATV bus, number 160 Valeggio-Villafranca-Sommacampagna-Verona (see website From Brescia: there is an interurban ATV bus, number LN026 Brescia - Desenzano - Sirmione - Peschiera – Verona (see website ). From Malcesine: there is an interurban ATV bus, number 483 Malcesine - Garda - Peschiera - S.Benedetto (see website to get to Peschiera del Garda. From Mantua or from Peschiera del Garda there is an interurban APAM bus, number 46 Mantua-Valeggio-Peschiera d/G (see website

By plane
The Park is just 13 km away from Verona Airport
To reach us follow the signs for Villafranca and then Valeggio

For dog owners

For dog owners, who do not want to miss out on a visit to the Park, there are agreements with two boarding houses for their four-legged friends (subject to availability and keeping the Garden entrance ticket):

Both facilities are located 6 km from the Sigurtà Garden Park.


Parco Giardino Sigurtà, owned by the Sigurtà family, is a naturalistic oasis just a few kilometres from Lake Garda and easily reachable from the cities of Verona, Brescia and Mantua. Recipient of the Most Beautiful Park in Italy award in 2013, and in 2015 of the Second Most Beautiful Park in Europe award, its 600,000 square metres scale and its and extraordinary blooms are fascinating attraction for hundreds of thousands of visitors of all ages year after year.

Woods with centuries-old trees, boundless lawns, stretches of water, special points of interest and breath-taking views; these and much more make up the treasury that the Sigurtà Park has been the custodian of for more than six centuries.
Not to be missed when visiting the park are Tulipanomania, the extraordinary flowering of more than a million tulips that in March and April, together with hyacinths, muscari and narcissus, colours the lawns and woods in ever renewed forms, as one of the most important collection of blooms in the world; the 40,000 boxwood plants, the Great Lawn, the famous Avenue of the Roses with 30,000 re-flowering old roses, and the Maze with its 1,500 yew trees that wind around a tower. There is much else besides to discover, including the 50 varieties of annuals in summer and early autumn on the Flowerbed Avenue, the hundreds of multicoloured water lilies that are the stars of the show in the summer months, the Hermitage, a small neo-Gothic temple dating back to 1792, and the Castelletto from the end of the 18th century, a historic site where many prestigious meetings of scientists, including Nobel Prize winners, were held.
For the children, on the other hand, the Farm is a must-visit location, a place where they can meet farmyard animals such as the Paduan hen, and enjoy the Deer Valley, where these beautiful animals roam. In this agricultural area of the Park there are also the Lessinia sheep to meet, as well as the San Domenico donkeys.
The park can be visited on foot, by bicycle, either on your own bike or by renting one from the Garden where standard and electric versions are available, or aboard the panoramic train with a voice-guide, in the electric shuttle accompanied by a guide, or driving in comfortable electric golf-carts equipped with GPS satellite tracking systems.

Henry Cocker

Henry Cocker was one of the most famous landscape artists of the twentieth century. In Italy he designed in the thirties, together with the Scottish Captain Neil McEacharn, the vast landscaped park of Villa Taranto in Pallanza (Lago Maggiore). He is remembered for a number of other interventions, including the yard of the Municipality of Fossalta di Piave and some areas of the Park Sigurtà of Valeggio, in which he transfused the distinctly British flavor to a colorful landscaping with perennials and bulbs. H. Cocker left many articles and books.
Opening hours
Season 2024
The Parco Giardino Sigurtà is open every day, including public holidays, from 8 March to 10 November, from 9AM to 7PM (last entry 6PM).

In the months of March, October and November last admission 5PM, closing at 6PM.

On the public holidays of Easter Monday (1 April), 25 April and 1 May, admission is limited and access only with tickets purchased online.
Adults: € 18.00
Children (5-14 years): € 10.00
Over 65: € 14.00
Kids (0-4 years): free of charge
Contact us
Via Cavour, 1
37067 Valeggio sul Mincio (VR)

T. +39 045 6371033
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