ABOUT BOBOLI GARDENS

The marvelous Boboli gardens are a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Florence. Plan your visit to Boboli Gardens, which is one of the most impressive outdoor museums in the world, showcasing Florence's rich cultural legacy. Many old oak trees, amazing sculptures, fountains, and gorgeous canopies and shades can be seen in the Garden. The Gardens are also embellished with big fountains like the Fountain of Neptune and the Fountain of the Ocean as well as grottos, the most notable of which is the well-known grotto created by Bernardo Buontalenti.

It is created in the Versailles-specific European Royal Garden style. From the 15th through the 19th century, its design, creation, and development took place over a period of four centuries. A total of 111 acres of exquisitely groomed grounds make up the Garden. Additionally, the original plan for the garden was drawn by the famous court architect Niccolò Tribolo. Visiting the Boboli gardens is an exciting and peaceful way to spend your day among nature.

PLAN YOUR VISIT TO BOBOLI GARDENS

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Timings

Opening Days: From Monday to Sunday

Opening Hours: The gardens open at 8.30 am in the morning

Closing Hours: Boboli Gardens Timings vary according to different seasons. It is open until 4.30 pm from November to February. The gardens close at 5.30 pm in March and October. In regards to daylight savings time, Boboli gardens closing time is 6.30 pm in March, April, May, September, October and until 7.10 pm from June to August.

Closing Days: Boboli gardens is closed on the first and last Monday of each month as well as on 1 January and 25 December each year

Boboli Gardens Location: Piazza de' Pitti, 1, 50125 Firenze FI, Italy

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How long does it take to visit the Boboli Garden?

    A day trip to Boboli Gardens will take you about 3-4 hours to completely explore the area. Depending on the places you want to see and the attractions you want to visit, the time can vary. Schedule around half a day’s time to explore both the Boboli Gardens and Palazzo Pitti thoroughly.

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