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In the Park by Bike

If you like to move by bike, you can do it along the bicycle path Parco Nord (Chievo) - Saval area.
Moreover, the project to extend the access bicycle path to the northern section of the Park has already been approved: the project includes the recovery of the itineraries within the bend of the river Adige, works along Lungadige Attiraglio and Lungadige Cangrande, and junctions along Via Cà di Cozzi. The bicycle path will be linked to the town center and with the green system of Parco delle Mura.
The aim of this project is to link the northern and southern sections of the Park through a bicycle path, always following the course of the River.
Through Lungadige Galtarossa it will therefore be possible to cross by bike location Boschetto and get to Giarol Grande and Bosco Buri.



In the Park by Bike

Guided Itineraries with Expert Naturalists to Discover the Park

Assessorato alle Politiche Ambientali and Agenda 21 of the Municipality of Verona, in collaboration with WWF of Verona, suggest an itinerary dedicated to families along the banks of our river, an invitation to discover the natural environment surrounding our town: Adige Park.
Adige Park covers an area of 820,000 square meters, a green lung near the town center, an ideal place for the citizens who want to relax in a charming natural environment. The itinerary, developing in Parco dell'Adige Sud, goes from loc. Boschetto to Bosco Buri, and preserves stretches of spontaneous vegetation typical of the river banks, like the willow and poplar groves and the canebrakes. All elements that, together with the presence of several resident and migratory birds populating the banks and Pestrino island, are worth a visit together with the WWF expert naturalists who will lead the groups and illustrate the presence of spontaneous life in its own habitat.

Only by previous booking (Tuesday and Thursday, 1.00 p.m. - 6.00 p.m., Tel. and Fax 045 917514 - E-mail: verona@wwf.it)

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