This garden is a symbol of Renaissance Milano. No green areas in the city are as beautiful as this one, thanks to horse chestnuts planted over there for many years. It is located back to Milano University, just before court zone. The garden hosts a lot of students and many young lawyers during lunches, being a calm and cozy place in the city centre.
It was realized thanks to Ludovica Guastalla Countess, who used it for private parties before, and as nuns' collegium later. In 1939, it was acquired by Milano City Hall that open access for free. Real attraction is the fish pool placed in the heart of the park built in Baroque style. Guastalla Garden is open everyday from 7 AM, but the closing time depends on seasons.