A small botanical garden north of the Galleria Accademia. Not the best gardens we have seen parts of it looked a little run down & untidy. Probably had its funding reduced as it is looked after by the university. It has some good tree specimens, palms & some beautiful hydrangeas. I would not make this a must visit place but,... 更多
These gardens are a little out the way, but not far as Florence is small. The gardens are so quiet and peaceful and a lovely way to end a busy tourist day.
Great to walk around this lovely old garden. You are handed a paper guide to the help inform you of the different groupings of plants. This garden is so quiet compared to the rest of Florence, well worth the time for a visit.
I do love this botanical garden because it is an oasis of peace and tranquility in a busy old town. I did visit it in April so there was many flowers and trees in full blossom. There wasn't many tourists around so I did enjoy a time for reflection and meditate. It is worth visit!
This is a small garden laid out in experimental beds. You are given a guide when you go in and it explains what you will find in each area. It is very pleasant to wander around on a warm day. The downside is that there is only one toilet in the garden and is is not in pristine condition.
We spent a very happy hour or so in this lovely little botanical garden. It's clear that there is much work in hand to improve this haven of peace, and there are sections of medicinal plants, carnivorous plants, scented plants, succulents, and a magnificent palm house, among lots of shrubs, mature trees, ponds, etc. It's really varied - lots to... 更多
We were amazed to find a green space in the city we could get into even if we did pay a fee - there are other gardens marked on the map but mostly they are private inner courtyards ( for a block ) Not fancy, not a big production, but a haven away from the busy main sights
A very quiet garden, just a half a kilometer away from the crowds. Every tree and bush has its nameplate to help those interested in botanical details. Benches to sit (or lie) on. I cannot judge the collection, but is is a nice place to be.
The gardens are not large and to be honest not any larger than many a London Square but charming enough and sheltered enough on a hot Florentine afternoon. They also take you to a part of Florence you are unlikely otherwise to venture and we certainly encountered cafes and shops we might not have.