The Villa Litta Park is one of the most visited places in the Affori district, and surrounds the famous 19th-century building which, at the time, was one of the city’s most fashionable intellectual and literary hubs.
Visitors who enter this park can stroll amongst the very same maples, black poplars, mulberries and horse chestnut trees that Alessandro Manzoni and Francesco Hayez also admired during their intellectual alfresco tête-à-têtes.
The park boasts a very large play area, a soccer field, two basketball courts and a 1,000 sq. mt. dog field where four-legged friends can run free.
How to get there: Metro line M3 (yellow) Affori stop.