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Parco delle Cascate di Molina

#11 of 222 things to do in Verona Features Animals
1, Bacilieri Street, 37022 molina di Fumane, Verona, Italy
+39 045 772 0185
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nature pearl

so we went 4 pepole (2adults 2 kids14,7) the clouds in sky we saw the morning didnt gave us a warn... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
gilfuss
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israel
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So pretty

Such a beautiful place! I recommend good shoes (water shoes too for little ones) and water! Also... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Brandy M
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Fort Myers, United States
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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, between vertiginous walls of bare rock, large caves and pounding waterfall. The opportunity to choose between three routes (green, red and black) makes the park a suitable destination for all ages and needs. Don't forget to visit the ancient mill of the 17th century and Molina, the characteristic hamlet of stone where you can buy typical local products.
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1, Bacilieri Street, 37022 molina di Fumane, Verona, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

so we went 4 pepole (2adults 2 kids14,7) the clouds in sky we saw the morning didnt gave us a warn of rain so we arrived at place , u have to park near the church or in the road near and then walk around...More

Thank gilfuss
Reviewed 1 week ago

Such a beautiful place! I recommend good shoes (water shoes too for little ones) and water! Also, save some energy for the hike back to the car, it is a uphill walk which can be tiring after hiking! We are a family of 4, our...More

Thank Brandy M
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

A very good expierence! We went there without really knowing what is was, we were spontanious that day.. We were lucky that we had good shoes on that day. We walk the Black rute, and its not too hard. Looks hard on the map, but...More

1  Thank Katrineseider
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

We visited on a very hot day and were pleasantly surprised by how much cooler it was on the walk (lots of shade) than lower down near Garda. Excellent layout, beautiful scenery and even teenagers enjoyed it especially the swing.

1  Thank seamus m
Reviewed 2 May 2017

This is a must visit attraction for tourists to Lake Garda offering magnificent panoramic views of Lake Garda from Varone Waterfalls north of Lake Garda. It is a gorgeous walk, not too difficult and suitable to visit with elders and children. There is a paved...More

Thank arunraja
Reviewed 9 April 2017

Really gorgeous park, tons of falls and really peaceful. Downside, it's not easy to find by GPS and you can't park near it, plan on adding a half mile walk to the actual park entrance. There are plenty of signs, but just follow the signs...More

Thank Nikki S
Reviewed 7 December 2016

Excellent place with a walking paths. Nice place to visit with a lot of things to do . Waterfalls ,beautiful views,hiking path . Highly recommended

Thank Kats M
Reviewed 1 November 2016

We were a couple with two children (10 & 7 years old). In order to get to the main gate (entrance) of the park you have to go down hill by foot from the little village Molina which is the closest village to the park...More

4  Thank Motty B
Reviewed 25 October 2016 via mobile

We visited here on a misty day and it couldn't have been better. Yes, it was a bit muddy and slippery, but with care we made it all the way round the black course with our three young girls (youngest 4years old). They said it...More

1  Thank HotelLover2009
Reviewed 1 October 2016

Friend told us about this place, what a great find. So forewarned – Paths are steep and if wet will be slippery. Good shoes and drinking water needed. We took the red trail and did it in an hour and a half with photo stops...More

Thank Andrew A
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Response from Nikki S | 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
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