Parks and public gardens

‘Nothing is more the child of art than a garden’, quoted Sir Walter Scott. Gardens are a valuable botanic and cultural ‘living’ heritage that tells much about societies and historical eras they come from. A census of around 850 gardens has been taken in Piemonte, scattered in the countryside, among vineyards, alpine valleys and urban contexts.
Some of them are open to the public all year round, others only upon reservation. Find out a selection of 60 gardens and public parks summarized
on this downloadable pdf format map