5 unknown parks in Milan that deserve your attention

  BY Ruslan Telemtaev   25 June 2016

Parco Nord Milano. Lovely green English style garden in a former industrial area, located at Via Gian Carlo Clerici 150. Well suited for walking and jogging in the fresh air. You can escape from everyday city life and enjoy a peace and tranquility.

Parco Forlanini. The park is located near Linate Airport and has a huge space dedicated to active sports, an extensive network of paths for joggers and cyclists.

Parco di Villa Litta. The small and cozy park in Affori Centro metro area. The central part of the villa, with the same name, was built in 1637 for the Marquis Corbelli. The park has a well-equipped area with facilities for basketball, volleyball, and football.

Parco Lambro. Lots of greenery, small lakes, and beautiful landscape. All of this represents the Lombardy region. A perfect place to spend a day with your family outdoors.

Parco di Villa Scheibler. Recently restored villa is open to the public and offers a large number of cultural events, which you may stumble upon. Perfect for walking dogs and families.

translated by Anastasia Ostapenko