The Villa Bardini Garden in Florence


After years of neglect and decay, a challenging restoration has brought new splendour one of the most beautiful areas of the city. The garden is small and well cared for, surely the most important attraction is the view over the city of Florence, which is spectacular. In the eighteenth century Giulio Mozzi, passionate about gardens, enriches the property with a long wall fountain with mosaic grounds were. The agricultural part of the garden offers visitors a collection of ancient Tuscan variety fruits and plants back and spurred: from Orchard climbs through the tunnel of Wisteria and hydrangea (with sixty different varieties) up to the Belvedere. Following the fashion of the time, the Bardini gardens also has two caves, one that mimics a natural ravine and surmounted by an arch in bricks.

Address: Costa San Giorgio, 6 - 50125, Florence
Business hours: 8.15-16.30: January and February 2014-8.15-17.30: March 2014-8.15 – 18.30: April, may, September, October 2014-8.15 – 19.30: June, July, August 2014-8.15-16.30: November, December 2014-Closed the first and last Monday of every month, on 1 January, the 1° May and 25 December
Web: www.bardinipeyron.it
Tel: 055 2006 6206
Ticket: entire € 6,00-reduced € 3,00
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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 Villa Bardini Garden in Florence