The Boboli Gardens are a park of sculptures with a beautiful landscape located behind the Pitti Palace. These gardens are a mixture of nature, architecture and sculpture.
This entry allows you to skip the queue and also gives you access to the Porcelain Museum near the Bardini Garden. This visit is a trip to the heart of Renaissance perfection. In fact, this garden was one of the first landscape designs that defined exactly what the ideal of the Renaissance would be.
The visit is a great opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and appreciate nature. In the gardens you can see the influences of ancient cultures, from The Fountain of Neptune to the source of the Ocean of Giambologna and the Great Grotto of Giorgio Vasari. And of course, the Egyptian obelisk of the thirteenth century a. C. The gardens are also full of sculptures and fountains.