big lovely park with nice quiet corners to sit as well as sports activities, luna park for kids and lots of green for the olders
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This park is nice in January so will be so much better in spring and the summer months. It is a nice walk from Castello Sforzesco along gravel paths to Arco della Pace, which you can see in the distance as you leave the Castello....More
Parco Sempione was being used by the locals as well as the tourists and walking around it helped to develop a better understanding of local life. The park itself has Castello Sforzesco and Arco della Pace within it which are two lovely features, A few...More
This was to feel real Italian life. Parco Sempione is a park roughly similar in character to St. James' Park or Hyde Park. Not far from Duomo, only it is at 20 minutes walking distance. It is filled with labyrinthine graveled paths shaded by the...More
Large park located very close to Central Milan. The park has very nice walking paths and a pond. The park is beautiful. Plan to spend at least an hour or two hear. A very nice place to relax.
Parco Sempione was a nice park if I can say behind Castello Sforzesco in the start and the nice Arco della Pace on the other side. Inside this park there are a Palazzo dell Arte on the left side if You see it like I...More
Sempione is a very nice park behind Castello Sforzesco. It was not crowded in November .You can sit down and relax
A pleasant enough park for a walk, but probably only worth exploring if going to see the nearby Castello Sforzesco and Fontana di Piazza Castello both of which are fantastic sights to see. If you are only looking for a good park, Giardine Pubblice Indro...More
Near the castle this park is very nice to have a stroll and enjoy the autumn leaves falling down in all their glory. Lots of people had the same idea that day as it was sunny and bright. As everywhere in Milan you have to...More