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Parco Naturalistico delle Cascate-Family, Verona
(4.6/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web)
Parco Naturalistico delle Cascate-Family or Waterfall Park covers 80,000 sq m (20 acres) and connects the Molina and Cesara valleys. The water has worn signs of the region’s geological history into the rock walls. Containing tumultuous torrents, crashing waterfalls, and calm flower meadows, this attraction delights nature lovers. You’ll find the trails well marked and maintained. Note that arriving to the park entrance requires a 15-minute downhill walk. Bring plenty of water for hiking. Put Parco Naturalistico delle Cascate-Family and other Verona attractions into our Verona vacation trip planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • I spent a Sunday afternoon in this beautiful park, surrounded by nature and animals. The atmosphere is very charming and also suitable for children but should be checked, because the path is slippery and there is often a risk of tripping. Council flat shoes trainers or even better Mountain boots. There are three routes with different difficulty, after paying the ticket that is around 5 euros, is given a map that helps in orientation. In addition to the falls include activities such as the pulley, the scale on the vacuum and the swing on the waterfall; You can, if lucky enough to see the animals and explore the caverns where once lived the bear. In this park you will find history, nature and fun and also a good dose of relaxation and tranquility.
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  • We reach Molina, here we find a dirt parking lot and follow the directions that we find for the country arrive at the park entrance. The entire ticket is € 6, four-legged friends can enter quietly with a leash and wear a muzzle if necessary. Inside the Park you can choose from three types of route:-green route, easy, 1, 2 km time 1/2 red, medium, location, delightful 2hour-3 km time 1 hour-black course, challenging, 3, 6 km time 2hrs we had the black path because we wanted to see each point of interest of the Park and didn't rush so we wanted to enjoy the day slowly. To me personally the points that I liked more were the bear's waterfall, double covolo (seem to be isolated from the whole world, in a dream) and Grotto of. .. more (very impressive). Also, along the way, there is also a small cableway near Jason waterfall and a swing over the water near the black waterfall to entertain the little ones. Recommend hiking boots, the ground is slippery and muddy if it rained in the days prior to the visit. Comfortable clothing and camera. In the park there are also picnic areas, toilets and a bar near the entrance. Finished visiting the Park, walking in the streets of the town of Molina, where you can see the two mills, the hut and this characteristic taste the typical products. A day in the fresh air surrounded by nature, definitely will return.
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  • The way from the South of Lake Garda here absolutely worthwhile. Strenuous AB and rise. Not to be recommended in wet weather. Necessarily run the black tour with 2 hour walk! Stations not only for children. Way well secured and signposted with information boards.
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  • We have visited the park in October. Despite rain we enjoyed our stroll very much! Lots of waterfalls, vegetation and fresh air! Some points were really difficult. So, recommended for active travelers!
  • Nice little gem, quite hidden away, but worth the detour. Some of the cascades give great photo oportunities. The views are quite spectacular, and the swing and cable ride make it fun for the little ones too. The steep climb back to the parking is something to keep in mind. People with mobility issues will get into trouble. Then again the park isn't inteded for people with impaired mobility ...
  • The path starts from the nice village of Molina, from a big parking area,and brings to many different cascades and special geological formations, with few stops at some nice viewpoints. I m not all satisfied with it because of the multitude of tourists which affects it on sundays (i ve been there on the 2nd sunday of september and it was quite busy). Other thing, dogs are allowed but only on the leash (so what s the point?). And the itinerary itself is moving into a kind of playground, not much to explore or "go on your way".
  • Beautiful place, also the village.
  • Visited this Park mid September with two children (2 & 4 - both enjoyed the stay). Not crowded as some other attractions around the lake, quiet, beautiful and clean. Three thumbs up!