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Walk on the terraces of Rose Gardenin Florence, Italy

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Inhaling the scent of hundreds of roses, walk on the garden terrace, enjoying views of the city.
How to walk on the terraces of Rose Garden in Florence
Not far from the Piazzale Michelangelo, near the church of Santo Spirito, it hid the real miracle of Florence - Rose Garden (Giardino delle rose), where hundreds of wonderful fragrant roses, from the most common to rare varieties.

Here you can stroll among the citrus trees, sit on a bench, hiding from the sun in the green, and then stroll through the many garden terraces where you will see delightful views over the city.

Where to do?

#6The Rose Garden in FlorenceThe Rose Garden

Behind an inconspicuous gate hides wonderful creation of landscape designers of Florence, where are the scents of roses and citrus trees grow.

Open hours: from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm

How much?

free.

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