Visitors can park in the free car parks outside the Gardens, the closest is 400 meters away, (note that the car parks are not guarded). Guests with disabilities can access the car park inside the grounds of the gardens. The nearest equipped areas for day and night stops are in Borghetto sul Mincio, 2.5 km from the Park.It is not possible to park for the night in the Park's car parks.
The 100% disabled with certification are entitled to free entry and free parking inside. Accompanying persons pay €12,00.
Unfortunatly no dogs are allowed to enter, with the exception of guide-dogs for the sight-impaired. To help out dog owners who would like to visit, there's a special arrangement with two nearby kennels (subject to availability at the kennels). You should contact "The Custode delle Muraglie" or “Il Sogno di Silvia e Nabirra”.
DURATION OF THE VISIT
The average length of a visit is half a day but visitors can stay the whole day if they wish.
EATING INSIDE THE PARK
Inside the Park there are coffee bars that sell fresh panini, drinks, ice-cream and snack.There are dining areas set aside next to the coffee bars, equipped with tables and seating, but it is possible to respect the environment and other visitors while having a packed lunch on a blanket placed on the lawn.
WHEN TO VISIT THE PARK
Each season is surprising and has its own characteristics. Spring is full of flowers: from crocuses to tulips, from daffodils to hyacinths, peonies, roses, but not only! The green expanses will be ideal for recovering from the cold of winter. In the summer season you will find the wonderful aquatic blooms such as water lilies and lotus flowers, and then the hydrangeas, dahlias, hemerocallis, tagetes, and you can enjoy the shade of the ancient trees. Autumn in the Park is special thanks to its explosion of colors given by the foliage of Japanese maples and ginkgo biloba trees and by the numerous asters, canna indica and annual plants.
The extraordinary Tulipmania season at the Park is from the second part of March through to the last week of April. We remind you that, as nature demands, the year's weather conditions may significantly affect the flowering periods.