The Rocca Brancaleone Garden (Giardino della Rocca Brancaleone), measuring about 17.000 square metres, was laid out in the early 70s within the walls of the ancient Venetian fortress. The park is protected and closed at night. Its surface is crossed by beautiful sandstone paths where visitors can walk safely.
In the park are a playgroud, a skating rink, benches and fountains, a bar and public toilets, which make it particularly suitable for children. At the same time, its shade and silence create the perfect atmosphere for relaxing and reading.
An educational trail with information boards describes the historical, architectural and functional features of the Brancaleone fortress, as well as informing visitors on the various tree types growing in the park.
In the rear part of the fortress, just outside the walls, a special area is dedicated to dogs.
March: every day from 8am to 6pm
April - May: every dayfrom 8am to 8pm
June - August: every dayfrom 8am to 12am
September - October: every dayfrom 8am to 7pm
November - February: every day from 8am to 5pm
How to get there
The park is located in the city centre. 100m away from the railway station. Car park in the surroundings, bus route 2 and 3. Close to Mausoleum of Theoderic and Porta Serrata.
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Last modified date: 23/12/2015