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Walk around the Bardini Gardenin Florence, Italy

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The garden is a perfect escape from big city noise and rush. Enjoy picturesque landscapes and view of Florence.
How to walk around the Bardini Garden in Florence
Bardini Gardens is a little lost in magnificent Boboli Garden, but it doesn’t mean that the former has nothing to please travelers.

The bardini gardens is little Italy of Middle Ages where there are a lot of fountains, grottos, different sculptures and magnificent stairs of the Baroque. Here you won’t get lost in a crowd of tourists, it’s a peaceful place to have some rest, get relaxed and enjoy the solitude.

How to do?

1. Go to Via dei Bardi 1/R. If you have the Boboli garden entrance ticket, you can get to the Bardini gardens for free.
2. Climb the Montecuccoli Hill — this is the place of th Bardini Garden.
3. This place offers the great view of the city.

Bardini Garden

4. In the end of walking tour visit the coffee house to drink a cup of coffee.

Where to do?

#21Bardini Garden in FlorenceBardini Garden

Very cozy park where in the air are aromas of roses, the entire city can be viewed from the terraces, and walking on the paths you can see magnificent statues and fountains.

Location: Costa S. Giorgio, 2
Open hours: 10:00 am till 7:00 pm

When to do?

You can visit the garden every day from 8.15 till 18.30 except Monday.

How much?

€ 8 — entrance to the garden
€ 7 — full price ticket that includs visiting the Silver Museum, Costume Gallery, Porcelain Museum and Boboli Garden.

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