Labirinto Della Masone, Fontanellato
(2.7/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
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  • Cardenas entrance to ben 18 euro per adult and a dozen children, Nice is the maze, but absolutely not complex. Nice picture gallery. Seen once. If the input had a lower price, you could consider to come back every now and then, but just because the kids are having fun.
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  • This place, very famous for its labyrinth of bamboo, is definitely a must for people who spend in these areas. The whole structure is very impressive and the possibility of "getting lost" seeking the way out is certainly fascinating. Also for visitors you can enter also in the exhibition of the permanent collection that includes works of all relief. Perhaps the only downside to all this is the price a little high, but certainly in line with other attractions at European level.
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  • Nice its labyrinth of about 3 km, only if you get lost, all made of bamboo. Applications from 30 min to 40 min to get to the end. As you enter you see the touch of who you want to give a little tone, glossy black for the bookshop nice and provided with normal prices of books that talk about past and present exhibitions and the world by Franco Maria Ricci, who is the mastermind of all this. Friendly staff, perhaps too or maybe they expected a lot of people, this I don't know. Initial explanation, of how to approach the maze, visit the Tower from where you can see the structure at the top and the buildings that make up the structure. Finished the round in the labyrinth we return towards the entrance through its beautiful square and well structured in the proportions. All taken care of, from the bathrooms to visit at exibhitions. During my visit, I saw the works, if you can call them, "Sergio Hernández". Personally I found it too innovative, I did not understand anything of what that meant, the third opera was annoying. Well come on over, we can admire works of Franco Maria Ricci related to history and to the person of Marie Louise of Austria, and here you can resume. Art is an end in itself, but I have the right this is not this. Room where you can read books, in addition to the Gazzetta di Parma, which is a tribute to every guest. There is a café and a bistro, comuni...no of course, run by the Spigaroli Brothers. Star Chefs ... In my opinion does not deserve to go there, put it in the "loop" of culture and food wouldn't hurt, tap Fontanellato, Parma, San Secondo, Soragna, without forget for those who love the Fidenza shopping with its outlet. The structure has fascinated me more than the maze, I can't tell you the prices of the Café and Bistro because I didn't partake, but let's talk about management of chefs. Price of € 18 per person not cheap and it's my but. Access for disabled people access to our four-legged friends ample parking.
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  • Somebody at work who had been in Parma recommended this place to me. I told my wife about it and ended up going there with the kids. They and us loved it equally as much. Something different. The museum is worth visiting as well.
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  • Nice property in the countryside. Very clean and tidy. At the entrance, when they asked for 18 euros per head made me want to leave. The maze this season should close, since what makes particular attraction is the bamboo, and being largely mangy for obvious reasons autumnal, lets see the lanes near cancelling the thrill of getting lost. The register insiders expose the rules and the mechanism of the Museum + maze, basically trying to justify bloodletting just performed with professionalism. Apply a chest plate indicating the phone number of the reception in case you lose really. But the one thing that gets lost in this labyrinth is hoping to see something interesting and worth the money spent. Try to sugarcoat it with access to the owner's private museum, Museum of interesting things and with paintings and sculptures dated but not historical, more an art exhibition by Mexican Sergio Hernández (???) that leaves what is ... The right price for an attraction like that should not exceed 5-8 euro, but evidently the mortgage payments are salty and must make the best possible from who shows up. Really a shame. Honestly, I do not recommend it!!
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  • the maze is also cute on problem is that prompted a 18 euros to visit exhibitions and sincerely even that Nice. Needless to say the exhibits cannot be separate from the ticket and with a couple of coffees and water to my wife and I visit it cost 40 euros. Inform yourself and call before you go I in hindsight I would have chosen something else.
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  • Beautiful maze. First time I went when he was just opened, was a company find the exit, now they have installed the maps at different points in the maze, so it has become quite easy to navigate. The only flaw-the lack of bath on the territory of the labyrinth (I mean the plantations). Apart from that I liked everything-beautiful private collection of Franco Maria Ricci of books, paintings and sculptures. Endless walls of various bamboo species make very pleasant stroll. Again to spend an afternoon;)
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