Milan parks: travel with class, botanical gardens & co.
Modeling in Milan – After a stressful day of modeling in Milan, you can perfectly relax in parks with great weather. Why not? From refreshing lakes, to super beautiful botanical gardens and culture, it’s all here! Find out in which parks you can really relax in the following.
Top 10 Parks in Milan:
We have made it our business as a model agency to analyze exactly where you can relax the best! We know exactly how stressful the modeling day can be. Parks are perfect for relaxing!
Milan: map and routes
Here you can find an overview of Milan’s map, with some parks already marked in green:
Simplon Park: Milan’s largest park
The 386,000 m² urban green space with super nice weather guaranteed: the Simplon Park in Milan. It is located northwest of the city center. Northwest borders the Castello Sforzesco and on the northwest side is the Arco della Pace. To the east in the park is the Arena Civica, opened by Napoleon Bonaparte.
4.5 / 5.0 (52,181 Google reviews)
- Address: Piazza Sempione, 20154 Milano MI, Italy.
- Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 6:30- 21:00 hrs
You can find the Simplonpark here:
Here you have a little insight into the park via Street View:
Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli: Historik Catcher
If you want to learn more about the history of Milan, you should visit the Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli, formerly known as Guardini Pubblici and Giardini Porta Venezia. This is a very important and historical city park in Milan. It is located northeast of the city centre, in the Porta Venezia district, in administrative zone 1.
4.4 / 5.0 (16,774 Google reviews)
- Address: Via Palestro, 14, 20121 Milano MI, Italy
- Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 6:30-21:00
You can find the historical park here on the map:
As Street View:
Parco Monte Stella: Piero Bottoni Project
A monstrous total area of 370,000 m² that defines the Monte Stella Park, also informally called Montagnetta di San Siro. After the Second World War, many tons of rubble accumulated in this area. The architect Piero Bottoni designed the project to cover all the rubble and build a park. He called it the name of the woman: Stella.
4.4 / 5.0 (135 reviews)
- Address: 20148 Milan, Italy
The large park can be seen here on the map:
So you can imagine it there:
Basiliken Park: Colourful oasis
One of the green oases of Milan is the Park of the Basilicas near the churches of San Lorenzo Maggiore and Sant’Eustorgio. After the destruction caused by the 2nd World War, it was decided to leave the two churches of Sant’Eustorgio and the Basilica of San Lorenzo free and surrounded by a park.
4.2 / 5.0 (1,024 Google reviews)
- Address: 20121 Milan, Metropolitan City of Milan
- Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 6:30-23:30
You can easily find him on the map here:
Guastalla gardens: the oldest garden in Milan
Nature is more powerful than art! So is the oldest garden in Milano, which is more than 500 years old. Directly near the Duomo di Milano relatively central to reach.
4.3 / 5.0 (1,703 Google reviews)
- Mon-Sun: 7:00-22:00
- Address: Via Francesco Sforza, 20122 Milano MI
On the map you can find the park here:
Resistance Park: South of Milan
If you’ve just been sightseeing, for example at Colonne di San Lorenzo or Arco di Porta Ticinese, then you’ll find the super quick way to Resistance Park, this is just south of Milan.
4.0 / 5.0 (1,060 Google reviews)
- Address: Via Tabacchi, 20136 Milano MI
- Phone: +39 02 0202
Here you can orientate yourself with the help of the map:
Parco industria Alfa Romeo – Parco Portello: recreational area
If you are looking for a practical recreation area, you should definitely visit Parco Portello! For the small hunger in between is near the park McDonald’s.
4.4 / 5.0 (1,443 Google reviews)
- Viale Renato Serra, 20149 Milano MI
- +39 02 0202
- Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 7:00-20:00
On this map you can find the place exactly:
Cave Park: Park with lake
One of the largest lakes in Milano is located in Cave Park, which is especially refreshing for wetting your feet in the sticky heat. This park is very close to the center of Milano.
4.5 / 5.0 (1,762 Google reviews)
- Address: 20153 Milan, Metropolitan City of Milan
- Open 24 hours
For better orientation here is the map:
Orto Botanico di Brera: botanical garden
The botanical garden “Orto Botanico di Brera” is located behind the Palazzo Brera in Via Breara 28 in the centre of Milan, Lombardy, run by the University “Instituto di Fisica Generale Applicata”.
4.3 / 5.0 (2,256 Google reviews)
- Address: Via Privata Fratelli Gabba, 10, 20121 Milano MI
- Phone: +39 02 5031 4683
Here is the beautiful park: