Grandi Giardini Italiani announce the adherence to the network of four gardens on Lake Maggiore: Isola Bella, Mother Island, Rocca di Angera owned by Prince Vitaliano Borromeo, and the Park of Villa Pallavicino, which since July became part of the tourist circuit Borromeo .
The high level of maintenance of the botanical collections of the Borromean Islands has always been guaranteed by highly qualified staff, which will now bring the Villa Pallavicino Park back to its original splendor. With a tourist offer of four gardens on Lake Maggiore, the tourist circuit Borromeo intends to have a greater weight in the cultural tourism market, focusing on a unique marketing strategy for the benefit of the territory.
With the arrival of these four splendid gardens on Lake Maggiore, the Giardini Italiani network includes 125 gardens in 12 regions, privately owned and public. The Giardini di Castel Gandolfo, the Caserta Palace, Villa Barbarigo Pizzoni Ardemani and the Villa Hanbury Botanical Gardens are some examples of the properties that have long been part of the Network of the most beautiful gardens to be visited in Italy.
The website of www.grandigiardini.it is available for the network's summer event calendar.