The most striking feature of Parco Forlanini is the sheer amount of space available, making it ideal for outdoor sports enthusiasts. There is an extensive network of paths for runners and cyclists, while the lush vegetation provides an ideal habitat for wildlife. And there is no shortage of interesting sites for other visitors. Some of the buildings have features with critical historical and artistic value, such as Cascina Cavirano, a farmhouse with a 17th-century three-arched portico, where the emblem of the Ospedale Maggiore can be made out, a dove with a olive branch. For centuries, in fact, until the early 1970s, the building was the property of this Milan hospital. Cascina Sant’Ambrogio stands out among the treasures immersed in the park’s green spaces – it is still possible to make out the apse structures of a small 14th-century Romanesque church.