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Boboli Gardens

Originally conceived in the 16th century, the Boboli Gardens are now home to a remarkable 3,000-year old Egyptian obelisk, design features by leading architects such as Ammanati and Vasari, and eye-catching statues, grottoes, and fountains from the likes of Giambologna.

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Aug 4, 2018
Boboli Gardens: Skip The Line
Όμορφη εμπειρία. Να έχετε όμως οπωσδήποτε μαζί σας νερό γιατί δεν έχει μέσα στους κήπους.
Jul 25, 2018
Boboli Gardens: Skip The Line
it was quick and efficient.
but you recomanded reservation also to palzio veccio and there was no need.
Jul 14, 2018
Boboli Gardens: Skip The Line
Pretty helpful to skip the line! The garden is very enjoyable but a lot bigger than expected, give yourself plenty of time to explore it all.
Jun 24, 2018
Boboli Gardens: Skip The Line
Great come in early so it's not so hot and peaceful
Jun 24, 2018
Boboli Gardens: Skip The Line
Enjoyed getting in easy to Gardens;
Bardini was my favorite; with scale and views. Next trip will enjoy Pitti Palace.
Jun 22, 2018
Boboli Gardens: Skip The Line
Overall excellent experience. Just one thing, need to go to the ticket booth no matter what any of the people inside say. Just go there and everything is great
May 29, 2018
Boboli Gardens: Skip The Line
Friendly and easy to use...!!!
May 22, 2018
Boboli Gardens: Skip The Line
Beautiful garden. Moderate walking areas.some hard to manage. But. Worth it!
May 11, 2018
Boboli Gardens: Skip The Line
Excellent
Apr 30, 2018
Boboli Gardens: Skip The Line
I suggest planning ahead for this experience. Bring your own detailed map since none is provided. We went to sit and sketch and paint, but found no comfortable shady areas in the grass. Much of the formally designed wide gravel path garden (interspersed with traditional and modern sculptures) is on a hill. Traveled walkways and stairs are lined by wide hedges. there are few shady areas or benches along the way to rest. Please bring your own water. The toilets and water locations are very spread out. Once you make it to the top there is a very pretty formal rose garden (again unprotected from sun) with amazing views of the hilly Tuscan landscape south of Florence. We ran out of time to explore the Bardini Garden and wish we had done so.