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A few kilometres from Verona, the ancient hamlet of Molina is waiting for you to give you a break and enjoy the surrounding nature and culture in a magic atmosphere. The Waterfall Park is the perfect place for an excursion in the lush vegetation...more
Although the park takes some effort to get to and return, it is well worth the effort :) My family took the red path that is indicated as 1 hour but we took it east stopping along the way to fully appreciate the beauty of...More
It took us some time to get there (The GPS was wrong twice) and the road is long and in bad shape (like many other country roads we've encountered in italy).
From the parking lot it was not that trivial to locat the path to...More
we went to visit this lovely parco with our three months old son in the baby carrier and it was a very nice walk through the woods with many ups and downs! there is a lovely place fir pic-nic covered with shade and a bar......More
Great walk in a sunny day for those who love nature. The stream in July is not really strong, but there is enough water to feel it in the air.
The green route by itself is a bit boring. We took it until it connects...More
This is a nice place to relax. You can also enjoy the view from the top of some hills. You cant swim in the water though :(. The waterfalls in summer are little bit dry... But still really cheap activity i would recomand it if...More
We visited in July 2015; The roads to Molina are very bad; Not much to see; Water flow was very low, so the cascate are not impressing at all .
I assume that in the spring, this place looks much better.
I'm an American tourist and had an extra day in Verona so I decided to go see the park as it had great reviews. The park was beautiful but getting there was such a hassle. If you are a tourist and cannot get there in...More
We went there in June with our daughter. We made the mistake to go on an Italian holiday....it was PACKED! We had to park further away, you then walk down thru a town and down to the park. We had to wait in line to...More
Response from snakeflow | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately it is not that easy there was only one bus which was a bit late so we took a taxi and he overcharged us. Be careful book beforehand if you are taking a taxi and deal the price. Coming back we took the only bus... More
Unfortunately it is not that easy there was only one bus which was a bit late so we took a taxi and he overcharged us. Be careful book beforehand if you are taking a taxi and deal the price. Coming back we took the only bus which I think it was at about 1700hrs. It is worth going we really enjoyed it.
Response from nikkis233 | Reviewed this property |
No swimming. Not sure when they open, I believe we got there about 10 am and they were open. You'll only spend about 1-2 hours if you're taking your time, it's not a big place but it's hard to find. Follow google GPS and... More
No swimming. Not sure when they open, I believe we got there about 10 am and they were open. You'll only spend about 1-2 hours if you're taking your time, it's not a big place but it's hard to find. Follow google GPS and then once you get there, follow the signs. There will be a parking lot across from a little restaurant with signs pointing you down to the park. It's a downhill walk, about .5 mile to get to the park entrance from the parking area.