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Take a walk through the Boboli Gardensin Florence, Italy

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Take a walk on the beautiful landscaped park amidst magnificent fountains and statues.
How to take a walk through the Boboli Gardens in Florence
To get to the Boboli Gardens you can immediately with four inputs: the central door of Pitti Palace, Via Romana, Porta Romana and Forte Belvedere.

Stroll through the magnificent park among the numerous sculptures, grottos, fountains, walk through a long gravel tracks and hide from the sun in the shade of trees.


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Walk down the main avenue of the Boboli Gardens, leading to the amphitheater to the Palazzo Pitti, and behold the matchless Fountain of Neptune, which Italians themselves jokingly called "the fountain with a fork".

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#1Boboli Gardens in FlorenceBoboli Gardens

Great sample landscape park, which became the prototype of the park of Versailles, and a favorite place of Fyodor Dostoevsky.

Open hours: from 8:15 am to 4:30-6:50 pm

How much?

the ticket costs €7 (includes access to Silver Museum, Costume Gallery, Porcelain Museum and Bardini Garden).

Tips and hints

forget about heels and uncomfortable shoes, you will walk a lot and not on the most convenient paths of the park.

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Guest10 April 2020

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