Originally established in 1888, Parco Sempione holds over 90 acres of beautiful Milanese natural beauty. And because the park's architect intentionally designed the park to accommodate panoramic views of the Peace Arch and Sforza Castle (which are housed within its grounds), you’ll be able to see some of the man made highlights as well. The park includes the Civic Arena used for sporting events, the public aquarium, and there's a free wifi connection for visitors. There is a rich variety of trees and shrubs that surround the playground, food stands, duck pond and statue of Napoleon III. And while you’re walking around gawking, you’ll also want to keep your eyes peeled for the Torre Branca (Branca Tower). Standing at just over 365 feet, this tower is famous for it's panoramic views of the city, and on a clear day, you can even see the Alps.
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