Spend an unforgettable day in one of the most charming place of Lake Maggiore, between secular trees, a splendid botanical garden and many animal species.
The park covers an area of about 18 hectares (approx. 44 acres), with alternating flowering avenues, meadows, large old trees and a charming summer garden.
The presence of large natural spaces for many species of mammals and exotic birds including fallow deer, kangaroos, zebras, flamingos, llama, parrots and peacocks, make Pallavicino Park unique and unforgettable place suitable for children and outings.
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Villa Pallavicino, closed to the public, expresses and sums up the charming and accomplished the ideal of the ancient residence on Lake Maggiore in the 800.
Founder and first scorer of this mansion was Ruggiero Bonghi, a friend of Manzoni and Rosmini, who had fallen in love with the pristine beauty of Lake Maggiore.
It was later acquired and expanded from Villombrosa Duke and in the year 1862 it was bought by the Marquis Pallavicino, who are still the owners today.