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Take a walk in the Cascine Parkin Florence, Italy

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Relax on the green fields, under the trees, watching the cyclists, and have a picnic in the beautiful Cascine Park.
How to take a walk in the Cascine Park in Florence
Cascine Park is one of the favorite places for city residents. There are not many attractions, one of them is the statue of "The Prince of India", near which the lovers make a date, but in this park you can relax after a long sightseeing and exploring the city.

You can rent a bicycle and travel all over the vast territory of the park, or walk through it on foot, surrounded by green lawns, fountains and flowerbeds. Here you can do sports for free - in the Cascine Park located simulators, as well as the Velodrome and Hippodrome.

Or take a dip in the open air swimming pool.

Where to do?

#16Cascine Park in FlorenceCascine Park

Once this park was only for famous people of Florence, but now it is a favorite place for walking among the locals and travelers.

How much?

free.

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