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Verbania: "a garden on Lake Maggiore"

“Verbania, a garden on Lake Maggiore” is the motto with which the city, a natural terrace on the Borromeo Gulf, introduces itself to visitors. Gardens and parks are the main tourist attraction in the area, the perfect destination for those seeking to combine relaxing holiday with the beauty and the harmony of the landscape.

Some of them are open for visits, for example the Botanical Gardens of Villa Taranto, which cover an area of about 16 hectares and whose botanical heritage has about 20,000 species of plants from all over the world.
Thousands of flowers and rare plants, combined with random events will make your visit at the park an unforgivable experience. Do not forget Villa San Remigio, adjacent to the gardens of Villa Taranto and surrounded by a park of 8 hectares, a splendid example of eclectic garden. However, this park is closed to the public and opens just for special events. Right on the lake, the garden of Villa Giulia is used as a public park instead.