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vagabondafelice wrote a review Nov 2020
Carisolo, Italy175 contributions74 helpful votes
On arrival we parked in first car park and walked the 3 kilometres to the entrance of the park as it was a beautiful day. We passed Malga Costa and Villa Strobele, which we visited on the way back. There were many works of art scattered around the park and a few were still being repaired after the Vaia Storm two years ago. We had a lovely walk in the open air viewing the many pieces including the unusual knotted tree, the tree cathedral and the bridge made from old newspapers! It was enjoyed by all the group, young and old! There are a couple of restaurants but you need to pre book on a busy day.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Colm K wrote a review Aug 2020
Caprino Veronese, Italy98 contributions96 helpful votes
A bit abandoned and unkempt. It probably was a great way to spend a few hours with friends or family out in the open some time ago but the works of art are at least 60% in degrade . The place needs a lot of work to bring it back to a level which justifies the long walk to the attraction. Right now, it's a disappointment with just a few hints left to show what was undoubtedly a wonderful idea. Apart from the run-down operas of art, the pathways and directions are in need of refreshing. It's been two years since those high winds caused damage.
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Date of experience: August 2020
3 Helpful votes
Franz wrote a review Oct 2019
Seckau, Austria19 contributions4 helpful votes
Wonderful location for everybody interested in arts in nature. Not splitting from, but connecting mankind to the universe.
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Date of experience: October 2019
vessi80 wrote a review Aug 2019
North Lanarkshire, United Kingdom905 contributions324 helpful votes
Pre- booked this wonderful excursion at the Tourist Office in Levico Terme. Free with the Valsugana card which your hotel can provide , otherwise about 20 euros including transport . Excursion runs on Wednesdays from 2pm to 7pm. Truly scenic drive through the valley and on arrival we split into two groups, Italian speaking and English speaking. Our guide was excellent. She covered the lower part of the site first (Montura) and pointed out the devastation caused by the storm last year. There's still plenty to see though. Great fun for the kids who size wise had the best photo opportunities ! Short coffee break and minibus to the Malga Costa -even more breathtaking . Art and Nature complement each other perfectly here and for 'invited' artists , it certainly must be a great honour to contribute to this 'Grand Design'. The famous Tree Cathedral is Top Attraction of course but I just loved it all ! Quite a bit of walking but relatively easy. Great experience.
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Date of experience: July 2019
brienanni wrote a review Aug 2019
Kita, Mali186 contributions66 helpful votes
The Vaia hurricane of 29 October 2018 destroyed much of this open air museum, the initial pathway through the forest is no longer accessible and the visit is limited to the park at Malga Costa and the nearby villa Strobele. Still, it is very much worth a visit because of the new exhibits, the knotted tree trunk bring a spectacular addition that was just being finished as we passed by. The signs at the entrance refer to a 45 minute visit of the park, but that is way too short. I would recommend at least 2 hours to appreciate the two dozen exhibits.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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