4 Green places to visit in Milan City with children!
Milan is a metropolis, big, beautiful and unfortunately with a high pollution rate. Yet it is perfectly bikeable and there are many beautiful, super-green places in the heart of the metropolis to visit. We have chosen four of them.
The Milan waterfront.
It was inaugurated in 1930 as an airport for seaplanes. The seaplane airport is one of Milan's main green areas. On weekends it is an ideal destination for families. A cycle and pedestrian path surrounded by greenery with many picnic and play areas for children. Importantly, it is also prepared for all types of bicycles!
The Idroscalo covers an area of 1.6 km/square metres and hosts many cultural and sporting events. At the Idroscalo you can do many activities such as street workout, climbing, running, sup, fitness, skateboarding and that's not all. Just 8 km from Milan Cathedral, it is perfect for cycling, open 364 days a year.
Via Circonvallazione 29, 20090 Segrate, MI
The park is located in the city centre. Near the Cadorna, Cairoli, Lanza and Moscova underground stations. Inaugurated in 1893, the park includes facilities such as the Castello Sforzesco, the Gianni Brera Civic Arena, the Sempione Park Library, the Sirenette Bridge and many others.
The park has many green and quiet areas for picnicking with the family. It also has many kilometres of dirt track for outdoor activities and also has fenced areas for dogs. Sempione Park is open all year round. The entrances to the park are via Pagano, via Milton, via Bertani, piazza Castello, viale Elvezia, viale Gadio, viale Alemagna, via Legnano.
This park is located in the west of Milan and covers an area of 110 hectares. It has many green areas, small lakes, vegetable gardens and a 15th century farmhouse. The park is an ideal place for running, cycling and horse riding.
It is possible to reserve a porch at the San Romano farmstead for a picnic or for a free-offer party by booking at email@example.com
If you wish, you can simply bring a blanket, a sandwich and use the park's lawns.
How to get there: line 80 from M1 De Angeli or M5 San Siro Stadio getting off at Romanello/via Novara.
Indro Montanelli Civic Gardens.
These gardens are the earliest example of a public park and date back to 1784. The gardens on Via Palestro are spectacular and have a pond with ducks. Children love this place. There are areas for resting and eating.
The gardens are accessed from Corso Palestro next to the Hoepli Planetarium (metro stop via Palestro).
Take the opportunity to get out and spend time outdoors as often as you can. It helps prevent colds and various viruses!
Equip yourself with a bicycle and after finishing the tour enjoy a nice picnic!
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