Boboli Gardens
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Boboli Gardens tickets and tours

The Boboli Gardens can be considered an open-air museum hosting a great collection of sculptures, dating back to the 16th and the 18th centuries, with...

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This fascinating walk winds along an enchanting itinerary of a mile over a UNESCO World Heritage area: a mile with the highest concentration...

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"Telling the Story of the Boboli Gardens" is a guided tour of the famous park in Florence designed for younger visitors between 6 and 13 yea...

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The inside story

The Boboli Gardens can be considered an open-air museum hosting a great collection of sculptures, dating back to the 16th and the 18th centuries, with some Roman antiquities.


The Gardens - some of the first and most famous 16th-century Italian gardens - were designed as soon as the Medici grand dukes of Tuscany bought the Pitti Palace in 1550, on the spectacular setting of Boboli hill, just behind the Palace. The architect Giorgio Vasari gave his contributions in planning and laying out the grottos, while Buontalenti completed the magnificent Large Grotto, decorated internally and externally with stalactites, statues and vegetation.

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How to get there

Boboli Gardens Piazza Pitti, 1, 50125 Firenze Florence
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