The Medici were the first to tend to the gardens, creating the Italian garden model that became an example for many European courts. The vast garden area, with a regular pattern, constitutes a true open-air museum, populated by ancient and Renaissance statues, adorned with caves, primarily the very famous one created by Bernardo Buontalenti. In addition, there are large fountains, such as Neptune and the Ocean. A visit to Boboli completes the trip to the Pitti Palace, of which it forms an integral part, and fully conveys the spirit of court life, at the same time allowing you to enjoy a garden that is constantly renewed while maintaining respect for tradition.
Giardino di Boboli
Via Romana, Palazzo Pitti, Firenze