The Querini Park should be an highlight of your Italian staying specially if you are with kids. The park is home to many wild bunnies. That’s why it’s even called “the bunny park”.
There are also ducks, geese, roosters and chickens, turtles, fishes and… a nutria! All around the small canal that surrounds the cute temple. Be careful, you can’t feed animals there!
Its a beautiful park to walk or run. The path all around the park is about 1k long.
Bring a ball and play is allowed! Bikes are not allowed instead.
The park is north of Vicenza, 10 minutes walking distance from Piazza dei Signori.
January: 8AM – 5PM
February: 8AM – 5PM
March: 8AM – 7PM
April: 7AM – 8PM
May: 7AM – 9PM
June – July: 7AM – 9PM
August 1 – 15: 7AM – 9PM
August 16 – September 15: 7AM – 8PM
September 16 – October 15: 8AM – 7PM
October 16 – October 31: 8AM – 6PM
November – December: 8AM – 5PM
The Porta del Papa gate in Contra’ Chioare (south of the park, close to the Ponte Pusterla bridge) is closed 15 minutes before closing time.
Closures: December 25 and January 1 ..and a few extraordinary closures for maintenance.