How to get there by public transport
Tram 1, 2, 4, 12, 14, 19, 27, bus 43, 57, 61,70, 94, M1 (Cairoli and Cadorna) and M2 underground lines (Cadorna and Lanza), railway link (Cadorna).
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It is possible to park around the Parco Sempione, on the blue lines. There are some parking spaces reserved for people with permit for citizens with disability.
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The park has a number of wide entrances without steps. 


Its perimeter is about 3,5 km; the paths are wide, without any particular obstacles and the ground is beaten earth with some parts in gravel. There are some minor gradients.
The park is in the romantic "English style" and is entirely fenced. There are a number of recreation areas.
The park has a rich collection of trees and shrubs; a sulphurous water source; the "pinto-scultorea" fountain created in 1973 by Giorgio De Chirico and a lake with a bridge decorated with the bronze mermaids from an ancient bridge over the Naviglio in Via San Damiano. The typical fountains of Milano are worthy of note – they are known as the ‘green dragons' and have a spray of 88 cm.
Surrounding the park there are important historical and cultural buildings, such as the Arena Napoleonica, the Aquarium, the Torre del Parco, designed by Cesare Chiodi and Giò Ponti, a civic library and the Triennale di Milano. 


Public toilets
Inside the park there is a toilet equipped for people with disabilities near the play area, next to the Arena. On the occasion of events and manifestations, mobile toilets are placed around the park. It is also possible to use the toilets equipped for persons with disabilities in the museum of the Castello Sforzesco. 


Other services
Inside the park there are SOS pillars. Throughout the area there are numerous benches, some of them situated in shady areas and the typical fountains of Milan, the so called “green dragon” (h water leakage 88 cm).