The resources have been assigned by the Ministry of Culture, with the support of CDP
Villa d'Este in Tivoli, the Caserta Royal Palace and Park, the Museum and Royal Forest of Capodimonte in Naples: these are just a few examples of the historic parks and gardens that are set to be redeveloped using the resources provided under the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. In addition to these is a long list of villages throughout Italy: from Riace (Reggio Calabria) to Selva di Cadore (Belluno).
The resources were allocated by the Ministry of Culture through the call to tender in reference to the Attrattività dei Borghi e Parchi e Giardini storici (Attractiveness of Historic Villages, Parks and Gardens) and amount to a total of
CDP has provided technical support to the Ministry of Culture in order to prepare for the call to tender, create a portal to submit requests and manage the 3,000-plus applications received. The team of experts from CDP also assisted 800 bodies and organisations during the tendering process.