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The flora
The flora

How to get there

What to see

Opening time and prices

Experiences

History

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Parco Pallavicino

The flora

The great wonder of this park is its trees: centuries-old chestnuts and giant liriodendrons – among the oldest in Italy -, red beeches, maples, larches, ginkgo bilobas, redwoods and magnolias. Along the sides of the avenues, camellias, hydrangeas and rhododendrons colour the panoramas of the park. But the botanical star of the Parco Pallavicino is the great Lebanon cedar, which dominates Lago Maggiore from the natural amphitheatre opposite the private villa that is not accessible to the public. The Flower Garden is unmissable, with its rose garden with a thousand colours and flower beds with ever new blooming specimens throughout the summer.