Osservatorio Astronomico Campo dei Fiori, Varese

(4.7/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
Osservatorio Astronomico Campo dei Fiori is located in Varese. With our custom trip planner, Varese attractions like Osservatorio Astronomico Campo dei Fiori can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • It was a Sunday, very piacevole...la walk to the Observatory--the scenery along the strada...la beautiful day ... and finally the Observatory. The place is cute, small (much to look like a "family-run Observatory") but packed with interesting things. The staff who work and who guided us on a visit, explaining what they were equipment, how they worked and answering all our questions, volunteer ... do it for the love of that place and love of study and observation of the universe and the stars. You will not be asked anything for the visit, but there is one place where you can have spontaneous offers and buy photos or souvenirs to remember the day. We were told about booking you can go out at night and observe the stars and planets ... when my son gets older I would take him to do even this experience. I highly recommend it.
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  • We were a group of 25 people, both adults and children, guided tour entirely run by volunteers who were able to capture the attention of children and adults because of their passion. Highly recommend, we unfortunately we could observe the stars due to strong wind, but they cleverly involved within the structure with explanations and projections. Not least the spectacular view that accompanied us during the journey at night creates a truly magical atmosphere. One tip, if you go at night and in winter, wrap up warm and take flashlights or headlamps because to get to the Observatory there is to take a walk, children have a little adventure.
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  • The Observatory, and everything revolves around us, it's a beautiful reality of young volunteers who carry out a project started by fury, years ago. Hats off to commitment, seriousness and constancy. Very interesting for both adults and children. Highly recommended, at least once, the introductory visit, preferably at night with the chance to observe something.
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