Boboli Garden

Interesting
In 1549 Cosimo I commissioned the landscape gardener, Nicola Pericoli, to convert the hill behind the Pitti Palace into a garden. Based on his designs, Ammannati and then Buontalenti turned Boboli into a fine example of an Italian terraced garden, with terraces, ramps, flights of steps and different perspectives.

Useful information

Address : 

Entrée au fond de la cour intérieure

Phone:

+39 055 238 8736

Opening hours

8.15am-dusk - closed 1st and last Mon of every month

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