Stresa. Parco Pallavicino



In the 18 hectares surrounding Villa Pallavicino one can make wonderful encounters. Spectacular flora ranges from centuries-old chestnut trees and lyriodendrons, among the oldest in Italy, to red beeches, maples, sequoias, magnolias and the grandiose cedar of Lebanon. The starring role is played by the animals, with more than 50 species housed, many of which are free to come into contact with humans, especially smaller visitors, but also rarer and more exotic encounters, such as zebras or kangaroos.


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