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Think twice before visiting with teenagers

Take the subject line "Think twice before visiting with teenagers" literally. I visited myself... read more

Reviewed 22 October 2018
a_pettersson
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Paris, France
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One of the biggest bambù labyrinth in the world

It's funny to spent one hour into this labyrinth, and look at several bambù species. Just a little... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2018
Cristiano P
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Reviewed 4 August 2017

far from Parma

the museum space was fabulous but mostly older Italian classics, great if this is your thing

the labyrinth is interesting but was basically a let-down for us

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank Sam S
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Reviewed 18 May 2017

The maze looks easy, but it's not. The scenery is beautiful, the path is also an inner one. The buildings are a tribute to the past. worth the visit, and you can bikeshare in the plane and fascinating landscape of the heart of italian best food

Date of experience: May 2017
Thank Doriano70
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Reviewed 4 April 2016

Found this to be a completely enjoyable and unique experience. My only reservation is the entry fee of 18 Euro/person. However, given the expense that has gone into creating this marvelous attraction, it may actually be justified. Franco Maria Ricci, a long time Italian art book and magazine publisher from Milano, has created a completely fascinating landscape on the site of his long time country home.

My wife and I spent nearly 2 hours exploring the buildings and museum collection while barely taking time to wander the labyrinth (we've been on our feet a lot in the past few days). Families and younger couples could spend quite a bit of time exploring this Roman-style labyrinth created using bamboo plants - which is a story in itself.

The art collection includes sculpture, paintings, decorative arts, photography, and of course the lovely art books for which the creator is well known (many of which can be purchased in the bookstore/gift shop). The time span of the collection is primarily from the 18th century thru the late 20th century.

I can't conclude without giving our highest recommendation to having lunch or dinner at the on-site restaurant. We had a most memorable lunch.

Date of experience: April 2016
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Reviewed 25 March 2016 via mobile

I really appreciated The place. It is not an amusement park and, from what I can tell, The point is not really the maze, but The idea that even now you can create something new in a country that has already got so much from The past. The maze is elegante and fun, The collection is interesting and really top marks for The restaurant. Well done!

Date of experience: March 2016
1  Thank Viridiana2012
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Reviewed 22 March 2016

a few miles away from Parma, the city of Parma ham, Parmesan cheese and Verdi's opera, there is a maze that is beautiful to walk thru. Fully shaped and shadowed by all kids of bamboos. In the court yard there are 3 a-mazing places that you get to go to with the same ticket: a museum of late 19th and 20th century paintings and collections by eclectic owner Franco maria Ricci. Additional buildings accessible with the same tickets are the Bookshop with hundreds of hand illustrated precious books (some are for sale) , a 1st class restaurant (menu average 30E/person) a BISTROT for lighter and cheper food and drinks options and a Bottega ie a food shop with specialties from surroundings like excellent Parmesan cheese, pasta, biscotti and more. IL LABIRINTO (the maze, or labirynth in Italian) is definetly worth a detour on your way to Parma!

Date of experience: March 2016
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