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Parco degli Alberi Parlanti, Treviso

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  • Huge disappointment. Walk in the Park in the family conposta. From a 15-year-old and a 10 year old child (who was very insistent to go there). A park regular, area dedicated to dinosaurs (4 crucified). I assume you are well known for educational activities for children. I would not make comparisons, maybe we are most fortunate to be surrounded by beautiful Friulian parks.
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  • Wonderful afternoon, suitable for young children. We only had the location of the 4 elements but the children were enthusiastic.
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  • A great solution for a different Sunday especially when there are nice days and do not want to stay bottled up along the roads leading to the sea. A large lawn where you can play, a Museum, a playground and events for kids with characters from "pups". Another nice find!
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  • The garden space was part of an old villa. During summer people can enjoy the shadows of the many trees or lay on the grass under the sun. There are games for children and a lake.
  • I used to love this park and visit all the time while growing up but in the past 15 years it's changed a lot for the worse. Tons of ugly graffiti and garbage. Too bad
  • Wonderful park, well maintained and shady. Always well attended also clean bathrooms and decent!!! The Park's laboratory activities!
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  • One of Treviso's well-run public green spaces from the point of view of landscape-with a particular focus on hospitality with families and kids. Great to relax and admire trees and plants that after decades of neglect and maintenance sex, finally I managed to "work of art".
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  • It is a very educational and fun for children and for those who want to discover more about Galileo Galilei, Da Vinci, dinosaurs and the four elements.
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