Boboli Gardens is a park in Florence, Italy. The gardens were laid out in the 16th century as part of the Pitti Palace, the park has recently undergone renovations. The park is full of sculptures that date from the 16th to the 18th century. It has points of interest that include the Fountain of Neptune and The Isolotto, the latter being an oval-shaped island in an enclosed pond.
The park is situated a 20-minute walk away from the main transport hub of Florence, you can get the C3 or D buses from there to ‘Pitti Palace’ which is a very short walk away.
Opening Times and Admission
The park is not a public park so there is a fee of 6 euros to enter for adults and a 3 euro fee for concessions. The park is open six days a week Tuesday to Sunday at 8.15am and closes at various times at different parts of the year based on daylight.