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Easter 2023 in Florence: 5 unmissable places to see

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Easter holidays are approaching and Florence is one of the most popular cities of art: why not spend it there? GO-ON-ITALY offers a city itinerary a bit out of the box and an offer not to be missed. Here are five Florentine places that a nature lover cannot miss.

The Boboli Gardens

Among the most important examples of Italian gardens in the world, belonging to Palazzo Pitti, the Boboli Gardens is one of the largest parks in Florence. Right from there was removed the strong stone to build the mansion that was Luca Pitti, then the Medici family and later the main residence of the Grand Dukes of Tuscany. The waters that irrigate the Garden are contained in the Basin of Neptune, created in 1777, which houses the Fountain of the Fork, so called for the trident held by Netturo in the center of the scene. The latter is just one of the many attractions of the gardens, full of wonderful buildings, fountains and delightful corners.

GO-ON-ITALY Easter 2023 in Florence Boboli Gardens
Florence – The Boboli Gardens

Villa Bardini
The hill of Florence, in the area just beyond the Arno, is rich in gardens where time seems to have stopped. Among these we find that of Villa Bardini, four hectares of forest, garden and orchard flanked by the medieval walls of the city. In spring, it’s a must-see: the huge wisteria is one of the city’s favorite attractions. Impressive photos guaranteed!

GO-ON-ITALY Easter 2023 in Florence Villa Bardini
Florence – Villa Bardini

The Garden of the Roses
Located near Piazzale Michelangelo, one of the most famous panoramas in the world, the Rose Garden is open every day and houses the sculptures of Jean Michel Folon. Designed in the French style, the garden has about 1,000 botanical varieties with 350 species of ancient roses.

GO-ON-ITALY Easter 2023 in Florence the Garden of Roses
Florence – The Garden of the Roses

The Garden of Horticulture
Born by the will of the Accademia dei Georgofili, this large nineteenth-century greenhouse became over time home to exhibitions and events. The tepidarium, the actual structure of the greenhouse, was heated with stoves and enriched by two tanks, which guaranteed the ideal humidity. A little curiosity: some scenes of Amici Miei – Atto II, by Mario Monicelli, were shot.

GO-ON-ITALY Easter 2023 in Florence the garden of horticulture
Florence – The Horticultural Garden

The Garden of the Simple

It is the third oldest vegetable garden in the world: it was Cosimo I de’ Medici, the pater patriae of the Florentines, who founded it in 1545, two years after having done the same in Pisa with the first university Botanical Garden. Today it houses monumental trees, roses, food, medicinal and medicinal plants, in an extraordinary historical and naturalistic path that has been renewed for almost 500 years.

GO-ON-ITALY Easter 2023 in Florence the Garden of the Simple
Florence – The Garden of the Simple

Did you enjoy this little Florentine excursion in the name of nature? You can make a real tour by booking your Easter in Florence with GO-ON-ITALY!
Easter 2023 in Florence will be wonderful!

Easter 2023 in Florence: 5 unmissable places to see
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