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Want to get away from the crush of tourists? Visit this beautiful place. It is worth the climb. My husband and I enjoyed a glass of prosecco while taking in the gorgeous vistas. It is one of our fondest memories of our stay in Florence.
When I hear the word garden I picture beautiful flowers and fountains. It did not have beautiful flowers or fountains. It seemed neglected. For the amount of money they charge people they should have it in better condition. The one good thing I can say...More
We wanted to go to the Bardini Gardens as they were not far from where we were staying. You can get to them om the street level on Via San Niccolo or on the higher level up the street going up from Via San Niccolo....More
The entrance was somewhat hidden and is a doorway in the wall along Costa San Giorgio street. We were on our way over the back entrance to the PItti gardens and just happened across the Bardini gardens. They were free to enter, so we walked...More
The Bobolini and Bardini Gardens in Florence as a spring/summer experience are superb. Entry is through the Pitti Palace or near Bardini Museum, both within a couple of blocks of the Ponte Vecchio.
We entered via the Pitti Palace and while the climb to the...More
The Boboli gardens is the larger of the two and has more landscaping sights, but the smaller Bardini garden has an amazing view over Florence. One might argue even more spectacular than san Miniato al Monte. I would suggest visiting in the spring.
A lot of visitors to Florence make their way to busy Piazzale Michelangelo for the views, but the Bardini Gardens have excellent views over the city with an intimate setting and lack of crowds that makes them well worth the visit. Follow the suggested signed...More
Pitti is a neighborhood characterized by art and history. Renaissance architecture such as Pitti Palace, which houses five museums alone, introduces visitors to the green lungs of spectacular Boboli Gardens. Any visitor can wander through statues, fountains, and panoramic viewpoints. Around the garden, treasures like the Museum of Natural History of the Specola and Villa Bardini guide guests through
Florence as the cradle of the Renaissance. End the day with an aperitif in Piazza della Passera or the more romantic Forte di Belvedere, which offers an amazing panoramic view of the entire city.