Parco Sempione, designed by Emilio Alemagna and established in 1888, is a large park in the centre of Milan, Italy, covering around 386,000 square metres.
The park is close to, and has views of, the impressive Castello Sforzesco and the Porta Sempione. There are water features and numerous sculptures by the likes of Arman, Francesco Barzaghi, Giorgio de Chirico and Antonio Paradiso.
A very pleasant place to wander and relax, and for those who like to stay connected, the whole park is covered by a free wifi network.
There is even a special Dog Park where the pooches can have a good run and play without anyone getting offended.