Ranghiasci Park

Ranghiasci Park, Gubbio: Address, Phone Number, Ranghiasci Park Reviews: 3.5/5

Ranghiasci Park
3.5
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This is a green oasis unique, situated on the slopes of Mount Ingino. The main entrance is located in Gabrielli, but you can access it from a side entrance place a few dozen meters from the Palazzo Ducale. Wonderful is the visual spectacle that appears along the boulevards of the large garden from which the visitor can admire the ancient geometry of the towers and buildings of medieval Gubbio.
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3.5
97 reviews
Excellent
21
Very good
38
Average
21
Poor
11
Terrible
6

Coraxik
Aarhus, Denmark23 contributions
Bad and unkept
Sep 2018 • Couples
The park seems to have better reviews than diserves. We came up here to see unkept, forgotten park full of empty bottles and left chips bags. On top of that there are „art” pieces that reminds of dumped trash. Not worth the time.
Written 1 September 2018
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Phil O
Bolton, UK1,849 contributions
A lovely little park to wander around
Jun 2018 • Couples
There are plenty of things to see wandering through this park , mainly uphill . There are narrow passageways and remnants of historical buildings plus plenty of trees and plants and great views around Gubbio. There are benches to sit on & relax and a well .
Written 21 June 2018
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TassieTravellers99
Launceston, Australia3,072 contributions
Nice tiered park
Apr 2018 • Couples
Set on the slopes immediately behind Gubbios old town is the hilly Parco Ranghiasci. We entered the park from the loggia near the Ducal Palace. This was a rather over grown but verdant park that grew up the steep hillside. We followed the zigzagging path as it slowly wound its way down to town. We got a glimpse of the old town walls and a well. It was not quite how we pictured it but there were a few views to be had. At the bottom we popped out at a bridge over the canal that ran through town, near the gate of Santa Croce
Written 8 June 2018
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Kate H
London, UK250 contributions
A quiet oasis just above the town of Gubbio
Oct 2017 • Solo
Just above the town of Gubbio, a quiet oasis to stroll around. Plenty of trees for shade, and the occasional glimpse of a view across the town
Written 31 December 2017
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Wendy R
83 contributions
Great walking park
Sep 2017 • Friends
WE wanted to find this park as it has a face Sculpture with it's mouth open on the wall in the park. We had to ask directions of people and show them a picture of the sculpture to actually get there. It has nice gravel walkways and benches to sit and contemplate.
Written 20 October 2017
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Philip V
London, England, United Kingdom35 contributions
Underrated but worth a visit
Jul 2017 • Couples
We came across this hidden gem quite by accident, but liked it so much we went back to explore in more detail. We were surprised to see people at the entrance looking in, but then going away. Okay so it is a little overgrown, but so peaceful and great to enjoy the shade of the trees on a hot day.

You should visit this hidden gem. You won't be disappointed
Written 9 July 2017
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johnhouston2
Knaresborough, UK3,965 contributions
A pleasant park high above the town.
Jun 2017 • Couples
After climbing up and down the steep streets of Gubbio, a gentle stroll around this nice park makes a pleasant change, particularly on a hot day when the trees provide welcome shade.

You can enter just down from the Ducal Palace or just off Via Gabrielle near the Church of Santa Croce Della Foce.
Written 18 June 2017
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Mike S
Hobart, Australia372 contributions
A nice quiet place to visit
Apr 2016 • Couples
This park high up the hill near the Ducale Palace is a quiet place with large trees shading the paths as they rise up the hill. It started as an English garden in 1841. In the park are a covered bridge, neoclassical pavilions, trees and a café. It’s only mildly interesting as a garden but it's a nice quiet place to visit.
Written 11 October 2016
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Roman S
Dymchurch, UK118 contributions
The whispers of the trees
Sep 2015 • Couples
A small park to bring out and express your emotions, a place to listen to the whispers of the trees, a place to be free, a place for romance, a place for love. Sit at the folly, listen to the wind, feel the sun on your cheeks, embrace life like you have never done before or just close your eyes and dream of the future or reminisce about the good times in the past. Very beautiful.
Written 28 September 2015
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