Via Ignazio Pallavicini, 13
16155 Genova Pegli
tel. 010 8531544
Write to the garden
From Tuesday to Sunday
1-30 March: from 9.30am to 6.00pm
31 March - 30 September: from 9.30am to 7.00pm
1 October - 26 October: from 9.30am to 6.00pm
27 October - 3 November: from 9.30am to 5.00pm
(admission up to two hours before closing)
Full Ticket: € 10,00
Reduced Ticket Over *: € 8,00
Reduced Ticket Under **: € 5,00
Cumulative Ticket (Park + Museum): € 12,00
Family Package (2 adults + 1 child): € 22,00
*Over 65, residents in the municipality of Genoa, young people aged 19-26, disabled persons, ICOM members
** 7-18 years (reduced young people), group schools (7-18 years), members Friends of Villa Durazzo Pallavicini
How to reach
The park entrance is next to the Genova Pegli station, reachable by regional trains. Take advantage of the offer: if you present yourself with a ticket (valid up to 7 days before the visit) or a regional pass (valid), you can take advantage of the 20% discount on the whole ticket, the family package or the rate for groups. Check the train schedule here
Take the Genova Pegli motorway exit, continue towards Pegli, follow signs for Villa Pallavicini on the right. free and paid parking in the areaIn bus
From the center of Genoa take the bus 1, direction VoltriBy sea
With the Navebus departing from Porto Antico, ticket € 3, for timetables click here
Discover the wonder inside you in the spectacular esoteric park of Villa Durazzo Pallavicini!
The Pallavicini Park of Pegli was built between 1840 and 1846. Designed by architect Michele Canzio, at the behest of Marquis Ignazio Alessandro Pallavicini, it is an outstanding example of an Italian and European romantic historical garden.
A unique aspect of this garden spread over 8 hectares of hills is its theatrical structure featuring esoteric and Masonic nuances and making every visit a historical, cultural and botanical experience steeped in meditation, philosophy and panoramic scenes.
A walk through the park offers views abounding with lakes, streams, waterfalls, garden buildings and furnishings, rare plants, the most ancient collection of camellias, glimpses of views and ‘scenic tricks' capable of seizing the external scenery and of almost endlessly stretching the borders of this “magical” place.
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