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We came here as we had a Verona card and the staff at Veronality recommended it. We had to pay an extra 5 euros with the card, but I'd say it was worth it, as clearly there is a lot of upkeep for the gardens....More
We had a very interesting Sunday stroll through the gardens. The trees and box hedges were amazing. As you climb up through the various levels, you get some great views across Verona. We also enjoyed visiting the various rooms in the house. Well worth a...More
The first challenge can be to find the gardens, they are not well signposted even from outside the entrance! Like other reviewers, suggest visiting at the cooler parts of the day and sloping pathways may get slippery in wet weather. There is some climbing involved...More
AMAZING gardens -- one could wander around for an hour; just beautiful.
- Walk up to the very top of the gardens; amazing views of Verona
- Go at the end of the day, so that you can see the late-afternoon sun over the city...More
While it may not have been the easiest to find it was well worth the adventure and I did get to try some fig gelato on route. What an absolutely beautiful Italian garden. Can not tell you how much I enjoyed visiting this location. Stunning...More
Visited Giardino Giusti today. The gardens are beautiful and well worth a visit. However, it was too hot to be enjoyable and there was nowhere to sit down. I would recommend visiting in cooler weather.
The entrance to the gardens and palace is located on the Via Giardino Giusti which is a short walk away from the centre of Verona via the Porto Nuovo.
It didnt seem possible to just go into the gardens and the Palace is quite spectacular...More
This palace & garden is an easy walk from piazza Bra - about 25 minutes. The garden is very formal, divided into sections outlined by box hedges.Statues feature in the centre of these sections. This is not a garden for lovers of flowers, roses etc.,but...More
Owing to lack of taxis in Verona we missed our Train to Mantova but we eventually managed to get one and took a ride to Giardino Giusti. The Admission was free and that gardens were amazing, all Italianate, beautiful Cypresses, Buxus Mazes and an amazing...More
From the heat of the Verona streets you step into a green paradise. Shady paths lead to pools with fish or terrapins with gentle fountains. A maze amuses the easily amused (me) and box hedges and tall cyprus trees add formality. A fearsome face glares...More