Parco Bertone Centre

One of the last remnants of the forests that covered the Po Valley.

Parco Bertone Centre

It is one the last forests that covered most of the Padana Plain in the past. It was the hunting place of the Gonzagas in the XVth and XVIth centuries but by the end of the XVIIth century many trees were cut down.
Now we can admire numerous autochthonous trees such as: the monumental `black poplar` that is unfortunately dying out, the English pedunculate oak, the hornbeam etc. as well as magnolias, yew-trees and hydrangea flowers. Moreover, weasels, foxes, hares, pheasants, herons, and many other animals can be seen in this natural garden. Nowadays the Bertone Park is a private area (d`Arco Foundation in Mantua) and it is run by the Mincio Park with the aim of preserving and improving the area itself.
For any information contact the Centro Parco Bertone, Stada Bertone,65, Goito.
Tel 0376 686676.
Opening time: from March to October, Sunday and holidays, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Admission ticket: €2, € 1 for ticket reduction.
For guided tours call number 0376 228320 from Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 12 a.m.

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