Giardino Bottero - Italy
Giardino Bottero, also known as Parco di Pellerina, is a 19th-century park in Turin, Italy. It was built in 1868 to commemorate King Vittorio Emanuele II's ascension to the throne and is one of the most romantic parks in the city. The park has a large lake populated by swans and other birds, while numerous trees – chestnut ash, jacaranda, evergreen alder and various species of palm – provide shade around the lake. Walkways, benches, and sculptures are set throughout the park, offering visitors the chance to enjoy nature. Giardino Bottero serves as one of the largest green spaces in the city center, making it an ideal spot for a quiet stroll or picnicking on a summer day. A wide variety of activities are available, including boat rentals, fishing, and horse riding. Visitors can also admire the new Italian pavilion built in 2019. Giardino Bottero has something special and unforgettable to offer every visitor.