Had heard in the past about this park, said to myself will visit it one day and finally we did it, after years...
Is a steep landscaped garden with pavilions dedicated to different cultures (ancient Greek, Thai, Hindu, Arab etc.) conceptually beautiful; first levels are well-cared but the higher levels noticed run down areas which can be seen the trees/plants/flowers/buildings conditions... We didn't found the fountains with stagnant waters as per other reviewers, they were clean (maybe because the night before the place was site of a private venue as we saw some guys moving out tables, chairs, carpets, stereo equipment)
Is not that bad at all, as written by some others, is just a small park-garden with beautiful lake views, just don't expect the splendor of a place like Villa Rothschild or Jardin Exotique (Côte d'Azur) to mention a few...
Downsides: This place is not baby stroller, elderly and/or handicap friendly.
Good to visit if in Morcote (and already strolled the alleys of the old village) and if having extra time.
Tip: If intended to visit, would suggest to stop by the local tourism office and ask for directions... they have sugar packets that grant 50% discount entry for this place, when shown at the Scherrer ticket booth.
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