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Florence with family

We are glad to meet the tour operator in florence. they were very helpful and guide us to visit more museums and galleries in florence. so we bought more tickets on dotravel and we are satisfied with the service.


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We upgrade our normal ticket to climb up and it's a fantastic experience. Once you reach up to the top, that's where you think you are on holiday. Definitely, recommend having this ticket.


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the tour was incredible, one of my favorites. The tours of the city as well as the gallery were very informative. SO MUCH was covered considering it was just a few hours. Highly recommend i1, but make sure you wear comfy shoes!


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climb to Duomo is the best things even to visit inside.


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So worth the price

Booking was simple, quick, and hassle-free. Well worth the money.


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Very convenient with easy-to-follow instructions


Boboli Gardens Tickets & Tours

If you’re seeking shelter from the warm Florentine sun, take a stroll in the magnificent Boboli Gardens. Did you know they have served as a model for many European palace gardens, including Versailles? Discover this sophisticated “open-air museum” with Boboli Gardens tickets. Take your time as you admire the awe-inspiring highlights and enjoy the garden’s vast greenery.

Ranked among the largest and most beautiful gardens in Italy, the Boboli Gardens have plenty of charm and artistic value! They will surely find their way into the heart of any visitor. Wander the paths to discover ancient and Renaissance statues, large fountains, and adorned grottos.

Get to know one of Florence’s top attractions by Reserving Boboli Gardens tickets in advance.

To complete the experience, visit the Porcelain Museum and the nearby Bardini Gardens. With your tickets to the Boboli Gardens, you will be able to access the sites for free.

Boboli Gardens Tour: Visitor Highlights

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Boboli Gardens: Know Before You Go

Quick Facts



Known For

Renaissance Art & Architecture

Activity Type

Boboli Gardens Visit

Yearly Visitors

4 Million +

High Season

July & August

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

Boboli Gardens Tour: Visitor Highlights

  • Save time and enjoy fast-track service. No need to search for a ticket desk or stand in long queues! A Boboli Gardens Tour lets you skip past all the lines.

  • If you’ve never been to a cave, head to Bernardo Buontalenti’s Grotta Grande, also known as the Buontalenti Grotto. This artificial cave with stalactites and Mannerist sculptures is the gardens’ top attraction, so make sure you don’t miss it!

  • Enjoy the beauty of the 16th-century Fountain of Neptune and the Fountain of the Ocean that lies on the Isolotto island within the park.

  • Explore the Porcelain Museum, set on one of the garden’s highest points, with your Boboli Gardens entrance tickets. Discover objects that used to belong to Tuscany’s royal families of the Medici, Lorraine, and Savoy, as well as foreign exhibits from Austria, Germany, and France.

  • If you want to explore even further, continue in the Bardini Gardens; Boboli and Bardini gardens tickets go together!

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Once on a Boboli Gardens tour, there’re so many different paths to take that you can quickly lose track of time. The gardens are perfect for wandering and exploring the area’s secret corners. However, when it's time to choose the best photo spots, you simply don’t know where to look first.

To help you out, here are some suggestions that may come in handy when you’re feeling indecisive:

  • Snap a photo close to the beautiful Boboli gardens statues or in the stunning Amphitheatre. If you’re lucky to visit in spring, enjoy the pleasant addition of blooming roses. Don’t they all make perfect backdrops for romantic shots?

  • Go through one of the many tree tunnels; take a picture in the shady greenery!

  • Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Tuscan countryside; walk up to the area of the Florence Museum of Porcelain and admire the stunning rural scenery.

Got a winner? If you want to be featured, choose your best snap from the most instagrammable spots in the famous gardens in Florence Italy, post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram.

Boboli Gardens: Know Before You Go

  • Make sure to wear comfortable shoes; you’ll be doing plenty of walking!

  • Print your Boboli Gardens map to plan better and make sure you don’t miss a thing!

  • Check the Uffizi Gallery’s website for the garden’s temporary closures or changes of the opening hours. Sometimes hours and closures may occur due to weather emergencies.

  • Pitti Palace, the last Florentine residence of the Medici family, is not included in the standard tickets for the Boboli Gardens. If you want to complete your Giardino di Boboli experience with a visit to the Palace, consider booking Pitti Palace Boboli Gardens tickets.

  • Fancy a long walk? Take a Florence Medici Mile Tour, and enjoy a stroll in the UNESCO World Heritage area with a professional guide.

  • For art lovers, it’s worth considering to stop by the Palatine Gallery. It occupies the first floor of the Pitti Palace, and includes works by such renowned artists as Titian, Caravaggio and Rubens. Book a Pitti Palace Tour with Palatine Gallery and Boboli Gardens, and enjoy all the sites in one day!


Where is the entrance to the Boboli Gardens?

There are four entrances from which you can access the gardens: Palazzo Pitti, Belvedere Fort, Via Romana, and Porta Romana. Choose a spot that works best for you, and embark on your journey to the famous Italian style garden!

Do you need tickets for Boboli gardens?

You may be asking, are Boboli Gardens free? No, they aren’t. However, there are a variety of different ticket options for which to select from, all offering something unique. For maximum comfort, choose Boboli Gardens Florence tickets with fast-track entrance. With paying as little as around €10, you’ll significantly improve your experience. You will save time, but also have free admission to the Bardini Gardens and the Porcelain Museum. 

How much are Boboli Gardens tickets?

The basic Boboli Gardens tickets price ranges from €6 to €38, depending on the season and services that you choose. For the best Boboli Gardens price and deals, go for combo or skip the line options. Keep in mind that it’s better to book in advance. If you choose to buy tickets on the day, you may not be guaranteed entry due to limited availability.  

How big are the Boboli Gardens?

The gardens occupy the territory of around 45,000 square meters (11 acres) and are considered to be one of the biggest in Italy. Remember that with your Boboli Gardens entrance fee you can extend your visit and go to the Bardini Gardens as well! If you have Boboli Florence tickets, for you it’s one of the free gardens in Florence. Don’t miss this chance to discover the Renaissance on Italian garden tours and enjoy more views of the city!

What is the Boboli Gardens history?

The Boboli Gardens date back to the 16th century. They were laid out for Eleonora di Toledo, the wife of Cosimo I de' Medici. Architect Niccolò Tribolo was the first to start bringing the project to life. Later the works were completed by his fellow court architects, including Giorgio Vasari, Bartolomeo Ammannati and Bernardo Buontalenti. The gardens’ layout is the first example of Italian style gardens and has been a great inspiration for other major court gardens. Jardin Boboli Florence Italy has been expanding through the centuries but still managed to preserve its original look. 

What are the Boboli Gardens opening hours?

The Boboli Gardens Florence opening times, start at 08.15 a.m., except for the first and last Monday of each month, when they’re closed. As for the closing time, it varies depending on the month. In June, July and August, it’s 06.50 p.m. Check the Boboli Gardens hours online before you plan your visit.

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