Parco Naturalistico delle Cascate-Family, Verona

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Waterfall · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
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. Plan to visit Parco Naturalistico delle Cascate-Family during your Verona vacation using our convenient Verona day trip planner.
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  • Normally I should have given this is a 4/5. However I only give it a two for some reasons : When you arrive in the morning, (and this on a sunday) the parkings outside of the village are already...  more »
  • A very nice park, where you must have sturdy walking shoes. The entrance is descending, do not forget this you also have to walk up again. A steep climb. The nature is very beautiful, in the park.....  more »
  • Had too many people... and it doesn't make sense to pay to go for a walk in the mountain. The only worthy thing was the swing in the last waterfall, but even there you have to wait around half an hour to do ONE swing.
  • Lovely place to go in a group. I suggest following the red route and slightly deviate on black one for the Tette More. This way you get to see everything and have a lovely hike. Parking is harder to find if there are lots of visitors, but the line to the swing doesn't take too long even with lots of people in line, so it's worth the wait. The Tette More and Teleferica were not available when we went sadly, but we had a great time nonetheless, even if we followed the black route which was pretty tough. I don't suggest the green route unless you just want to see the black waterfall and do the swing, you miss basically everything else. Bring food from home if you can, the picnic area is vast. Also bring water, as the only water you can surely drink you have to buy at the bar. Highly recommended, especially with kids, everything is very safe and entertaining, just stick to the red route and they are guaranteed to have a good time.
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