The Boboli Garden in Florence


The Boboli Gardens is a historic park in Florence. The vast green area divided evenly, constitutes a veritable outdoor museum, populated by ancient and Renaissance statues, decorated with fountains and large caves. The origin of the name comes perhaps from the possessions of the Borgolo family, who were in the territory of the Church of Santa Felicita the Oltrarno, that Luca Pitti bought as vegetable gardens in 1418. Organized space evenly and symmetrically, in addition to a rich vegetation offers many fountains and caves, the most important of which is undoubtedly the Grotta del Buontalenti. Higher than the amphitheatre stands the fountain of Neptune, a majestic 16th-century statues and composition at the height of the axle you will arrive to the garden of the Knight who gets to touch the old city walls.

Address: Piazza Pitti, 1, 50125, Florence
Business hours: From Monday to Sunday, 8.15-16.30 Hours during the months of November, December, January, February – 8.15 – 17.30 Hours in March (with daylight saving time 18.30) – 8.15 – 18.30 Hours during the months of April, may, September and October – 8.15 – 17.30 Hours in October to coincide with the change from daylight saving time to standard time – 8.15 – 19.30 Hours in June , July, August
Web: www.polomuseale.firenze.it
Tel: 055 229 8732 - 055 294883
Ticket: Full ticket: € 7,00-reduced ticket: € 3.50
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Maximum 30 pax

The itinerary can be made every day from Tuesday to Sunday, both morning and afternoon
Tour duration: 3 hours

Call us at 3927619600 and contact Mrs. Francesca Meoni



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The Boboli Garden in Florence