Back in the last Spring we made a visit to Florence.
It was a special birthday so we decided to make it even more magic by exploring the beautiful Gardens of Florence. It was May and roses were blossoming.
Our first stop was Garden of Horticulture. It’s a small public garden situated on the northen zone of the city. There you can find a wonderful Greenhouse made in glass from the Nineteenth Century which periodically also organize some botanical exibition. Unfortunally that day it was closed.
( all the photos in this post are made by me )
Then we moved to our real destination: the Boboli Gardens.
They are situate in a central position, just right behind the Pitti Palace. They’re a private propriety and to visit them you have to buy a ticket but it really worth it. Once you’ll get in they’ll give you a map because this gardens are huge (we didn’t see them all ‘cause it needed a whole afternoon).
The Gardens are also famous for their flowers. The curated bushes create an intricate passages between the scent of the lemon trees and the tousands of roses
The highest poit of the Gardens have a big terrace from wich you can see the whole city. We decide stop here and have a little birthday sweet break.