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IF you have a spare morning --or afternoon, you could indeed take a bus(or drive!) just 20minutes out of Firenze, where the Tuscan hills are cooler (the Medici's certainly knew all about that!), but the original Medici Compound ...& indeed the park concept...has been SO altered over the years--I for one found the whole thing hugely underwhelming. And dusty in... 更多
This is such an underrated place. The park is gorgeous and offers an amazing walk seeing all the grottos, statues and then, of course, the artistic masterpiece, The Appennine Colossus. It's free and also had a rose garden, amongst other areas where you can relax and ponder. Tips: Travel - Go to San Marcos square and take bus 25 (€1.25... 更多
We drove past this gem but thankfully asked for directions in the village. If you love peace and serenity, this UNESCO site is the place for you. Under-advertised, free and relatively unheard of, it formed one of the highlights of our Tuscan holiday. We ambled around most of the grounds for over an hour and only met a handful of... 更多
We went out of our way to find this 40 foot statue. When we turned the corner and saw him I literally got chills. It is something I will never forget as long as I live. My husband and I lingered, as we didn't want to leave this extraordinary sculpture. Worth getting lost trying to find this park!
This attraction is not worth the effort. The Gigante statue is impressively, gigantic, but I wouldn't take the time out of the visiting Florence to visit this park. It is a world heritage site, and once HAD a lot of history. But research it before you go; turns out that pretty much nothing about the park today is reminiscent of... 更多
This place has so much potential. Unfortunately it looks a little neglected and a lot if the areas are cordoned off. Yes it is free but I have been to many more gardens that are in better condition. Give this one a miss until they have given it a but more TLC.