Parco San Grato

At a distance of solely 10 km from Lugano, the San Grato botanical gardens extend from Monte San Salvatore as far as Monte Arbostora. And thanks to their elevated position at 690 meters, visitors enjoy marvellous views of the alpine summits and surrounding region from the attractive park gardens.... mais

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Rose Garden

The Rose Garden is a mecca for flower lovers and a great place to unwind. It features a restaurant in a prime location and a wonderful view of Bern. mais

Rose Garden
Niederdorf

Niederdorf

The celebrated Old Town district of the Niederdorf is affectionately known by locals as the Dörfli – the “little village”. mais

Parco San Grato

At a distance of solely 10 km from Lugano, the San Grato botanical gardens extend from Monte San Salvatore as far as Monte Arbostora. And thanks to their elevated position at 690 meters, visitors enjoy marvellous views of the alpine summits and surrounding region from the attractive park gardens. Here you view the largest collection of azaleas, rhododendrons and conifers on a rambling 62,000 square-meter area.

At a distance of solely 10 km from Lugano, the San Grato botanical gardens extend from Monte San Salvatore as far as Monte Arbostora. And thanks to their elevated position at 690 meters, visitors enjoy marvellous views of the alpine summits and surrounding region from the attractive park gardens. Here you view the largest collection of azaleas, rhododendrons and conifers on a rambling 62,000 square-meter area.

Rose Garden

The Rose Garden is a mecca for flower lovers and a great place to unwind. It features a restaurant in a prime location and a wonderful view of Bern.

The Rose Garden is a mecca for flower lovers and a great place to unwind. It features a restaurant in a prime location and a wonderful view of Bern.

Niederdorf

The celebrated Old Town district of the Niederdorf is affectionately known by locals as the Dörfli – the “little village”.

The celebrated Old Town district of the Niederdorf is affectionately known by locals as the Dörfli – the “little village”.