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Tips for Boboli Gardens in Italy

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Boboli Gardens In Florence

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Quick Information

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Best time to visit:

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Visa:

On Arrival

Ideal Duration:

1-2 Hours

Boboli Gardens Historical sites Nature walks

Tips

Plan the travel prior as Boboli Gardens is in the same area of Palazzo Pitti, try to have an idea of the places you want to visit

If Boboli Gardens is the only place you want to visit, you can take a different entry and not through Palazzo Pitti so that you can skip the long queues

There is an exit in Boboli Gardens that take you near to the Bardini Gardens and so take this exit if you have Bardini Gardens in the plan for the day

Choose the tickets based on the places of your interest as there are combined tickets available in this place

There is advance ticket booking facilities available which can be used if you are in Florence during peak season

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FAQ's of Florence

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When were the Boboli Gardens set up?

The Boboli Gardens were set up in the 16th century.

Is there a ticket to enter the Boboli Gardens?

Yes, tickets are required to enter the Boboli Gardens. The price of the ticket varies depending upon any exhibition or show going on in the gardens.

How much time do I need to spend in the Boboli Gardens to explore it properly?

You can explore the entire Boboli Gardens within 2 to 3 hours, unless there is an exhibition going on.