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Medici's Mile Guided Walking Tour with Boboli Gardens Tickets

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  • Combine your stroll through an entire district filled with Medici family constructions with convenient entry to the Boboli Gardens.
  • Pass by Palazzo Vecchio, Florence's town hall, which overlooks Signoria Square! Spot Vasari's Corridor and learn of its history from an expert guide.
  • The gardens hold numerous species of ornamental flowers, huge sculptural waterworks like the Artichoke Fountain, and quirky buildings like the Kafeehaus.
  • Tree branch archways offer perfect shade and mesmerizing foliage, many of which are found in Cypress Lane.

Inclusions

  • Guided tour of the Medici district
  • Entry Boboli Gardens
  • Access to the Porcelain Museum & Bardini Gardens
  • Expert English or Spanish-speaking guide
  • Multilingual assistance at the meeting point

Exclusions

  • Guided tour of Boboli Gardens
  • Pro tip: Drinking fountains are located near the Garden of Madama, the Knight's Garden, the Grotto of Adam and Eve, and the Meadow of the Columns at Boboli.
  • Shutterbugs, take note: Photography with any professional equipment including the use of flash and drones is a no-go inside the venue.
  • Pets cannot tag along for this experience, with the exception of guide dogs and service animals, properly leashed and with a public medical certificate.
  • The entire Boboli Gardens area is pedestrianized, and is not accessible by vehicle; if you have a disability badge, you can park nearby.
  • Guests under the age of 12 years must be accompanied by an adult.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
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Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery & Boboli Gardens Tickets

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  • Get direct entry to 3 of Florence's most alluring sights, Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery, and Boboli Gardens, with a single combo ticket.
  • Skip long ticketing lines to the opulent residence of former grand dukes and monarchs, where Renaissance art, architecture and nature merge.
  • Stroll through the art haven of Palatine Gallery, with an assortment of historic artifacts, and gorgeous artworks like The Three Ages of Man by Giorgione.
  • Meander through the sprawling Boboli Gardens, a tranquil Medici paradise of ponds, statues, and ancient holm oak trees.

Inclusions

  • Skip-the-line entry to Pitti Palace
  • Skip-the-line entry to Boboli Gardens
  • Access to Palatine Gallery
  • Access to Bardini Gardens
  • Access to Porcelain Museum

Exclusions

  • Guide
  • Transfers
  • Access to the Grotta del Buontalenti at Boboli Gardens
  • Tip: When at Boboli, explore the Knight's Garden, an area with geometric flower beds and a charming fountain.
  • Keep in mind food & beverages are not allowed in the exhibition areas.
  • Mobile phones must be turned off or at least placed in silent mode.
  • It is forbidden to run or walk barefoot in the museum premises.
  • Shutterbugs, take note: Photography with any professional equipment including the use of flash and drones is a no-go inside the venue.
  • Pets cannot tag along for this experience, with the exception of guide dogs and service animals, properly leashed and with a public medical certificate.
  • From the square, the climb to the entrance of the Pitti Palace is rather steep (with a maximum gradient of 20%), so an accompanying person is recommended for wheelchair users or persons with reduced mobility.
  • From the courtyard, you can take the stairs or lifts to access the Palatine Gallery (1st floor). The lifts are located on the right side near the cloakroom.
  • The entire Boboli Gardens area is pedestrianized, and is not accessible by vehicle; if you have a disability badge, you can park nearby.
  • Facilities: free cloakroom storage.
  • Backpacks, bags, umbrellas and other large objects must be stored in the cloakroom prior to entry.
  • Guests under the age of 12 years must be accompanied by an adult.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
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Florence 5-Day Pass: Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace & Boboli Gardens Tickets

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  • Prepare for an artistic curation in the epicenter of Florence! 1 ticket opens the doors to Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery, and the Boboli Gardens.
  • Forget about planning woes over a leisurely 5 days and immerse yourself along the Arno River’s banks—from Renaissance opulence to green escapes.
  • Uffizi Gallery is home to seminal masterpieces, like Primavera by Boticelli and Raphael’s numerous portraits of Madonna.
  • Wander among sculptures, fountains and 100-year-old holm oak trees at Boboli Gardens, a manicured Medici paradise!
  • Pitti Palace, right in front of the gardens, is a complex of museums, including the Palatine Gallery. Get lost amidst works like Sleeping Cupid by Carravaggio.

Inclusions

  • Entry to Uffizi Gallery
  • Entry to Pitti Palace & Palatine Gallery
  • Entry to Boboli Gardens
  • Entry to the Museum Opificio Delle Pietre Dure
  • Entry to the National Archaeological Museum of Florence

Exclusions

  • Live guide
  • Tip: Break a little sweat climbing to the top of Belvedere Fort, which sits on the Boboli Gardens’ highest hill! The panoramas of Florence are worth the hike.
  • The optional audio guide for Uffizi is available in English, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Turkish, Portuguese, Polish, Dutch, and Korean.
  • Shutterbugs, take note: Photography with any professional equipment including the use of flash and drones is a no-go inside the venue.
  • Pets cannot tag along for this experience, with the exception of guide dogs and service animals, properly leashed and with a public medical certificate.
  • Please note that you must notify the presence of guide dogs and service animals in advance by sending an email to uffiziaccessibili@cultura.gov.it and attaching the relevant certification.
  • The accessible entrance to Uffizi Gallery is located at Door 1 under the colonnade (the accessible ramp to the colonnade is in Via della Ninna). At the end of the corridor, an elevator that leads directly to the 2nd floor of the Gallery.
  • Guests requiring entry with motorized wheelchairs, electric scooters or other large devices should contact the reception staff, who will direct them to the Uffizi concierge desk.
  • From the square, the slope to the entrance of the Pitti Palace is rather steep (with a maximum gradient of 20%), so a companion is recommended for wheelchair users.
  • From the courtyard, you can take the stairs or lifts to access the Palatine Gallery (1st floor). The lifts are located on the right side near the cloakroom.
  • The entire Boboli Gardens area is pedestrianized, and is not accessible by vehicle; if you have a disability badge, you can park nearby.
  • Facilities: free cloakroom storage.
  • Backpacks, bags, umbrellas and other large objects must be stored in the cloakroom prior to entry.
  • Guests under the age of 12 years must be accompanied by an adult.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 48 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Boboli Gardens - Pioneering Renaissance Italian gardens, a UNSECO Heritage site

Boboli Gardens in the backyard of Palazzo Pitti offers a serene escape from Florence's buzzing streets. Spread across 45,000 square meters, it boasts groundbreaking symmetrical layouts and designs, making it one of the earliest examples of formal Italian gardens. Wander through tree-lined paths, admire Renaissance fountains, ancient grottos, an amphitheater, and temples, reflecting the legacies of the Medici, Lorraine, and Savoy dynasties. Find curated tickets, tours, and plan the perfect visit with our handy travel guide.

Things to know before you buy Boboli Gardens tickets

  • Combo tickets with Palazzo Pitti has been a huge hit - considering the gardens are in the Palace's backyard and their intertwined significance, it makes sense to combine these attractions for a wholesome experience. Enjoy a contemplative, historically, and artistically rich visit at the Palace, and conclude with a delightful, scenic walk in the gardens.

  • Boboli Gardens tickets typically include access to neighboring attractions like the Porcelain Museum, a surprisingly amazing museum housing some of the best porcelain artworks from across Europe, and Bardini Gardens, a hidden gem of Florence's green architecture featuring rare and exquisite flora. However, do check the ticket details to confirm which additional sites are covered to make the most of your visit.

  • During peak times, booking tickets in advance can save you from long queues that might stretch up to an hour or more. Remember that tickets allow for single entry only and may be checked at any point during your visit.

  • The hilly terrain of the Gardens presents challenges for those with mobility issues or the elderly due to the steep gravel slopes, clayey soil, and numerous stairs. You may be unable to explore the entire complex of the gardens and would likely be restricted to solid, paved areas. Nonetheless, efforts have been made to enhance accessibility, including dedicated entrances and the provision of free rental wheelchairs and walkers at the ticket office. The Porcelain Museum doesn't support accessibility features.

  • If you're traveling with young children in a stroller, do mind the hills, stairs, and pebbly trails. Although, you can still access a lot of the gardens with a stroller, just not everything, you'll have to stick to pavemented paths. Maybe carry a lightweight stroller that is easy to fold and carry. Pets are forbidden except for the service animals.

  • Entry is free on the first Sunday of every month. However, be aware that it can get really crowded without any option to book priority access or reserved entry on those free days, even with a card or pass. Pregnant women and disabled visitors do get a precedence here.

  • Certain groups like children under 18 years, visitors with disability, ICOM members, Italian journalists, and Italian Ministry of Culture employees can visit the gardens for free. Florence residents can also visit Boboli Gardens for free through specific entrances: via Romana (Palazzina di Annalena) and Porta Romana (limited to Column Meadow and Basin of the Island), and Belvedere Fort (limited to Kaffeehaus area). Free entry via Pitti Palace is no longer available. Residents need to show a valid ID with proof of residency to get a free ticket.

  • For the best Boboli Gardens experience choose your slot wisely, aim for early morning or late afternoon visits to dodge the crowds and snag primo views! Think fewer people, more peace, and better photo ops with the stunning light. It's like having the gardens all to yourself—minus the hustle and bustle!

  • The Gardens may occasionally close temporarily or adjust their opening hours in response to weather emergencies, which could pose risks to visitors' safety and cause damage to property.

Which Boboli Gardens ticket is best for you?

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If you're short on time

Go for: Skip-the-line access
Duration: Flexible
Guided access: No
Pitti Palace access: Yes

  • Bypass long queues at Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens, saving valuable time and maximizing visit. It's a good balance between cost and coverage, exploring key highlights without extensive guided tours.
  • This ticket grants access to multiple attractions like Palatine Gallery, Bardini Gardens, and the Porcelain Museum, offering a well-rounded experience without focusing solely on one site.

Recommended tickets:

  • Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery & Boboli Gardens Tickets
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If you're looking to explore in-depth

Go for: Guided tours
Duration: 3 hours
Guided access: Yes
Pitti Palace access: Yes

  • A guided tour offers in-depth knowledge and context about the historic Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery, and Boboli Gardens, allowing you to tailor the experience to your interests for an enriching visit beyond the surface level.
  • The tour streamlines your visit, ensuring you don't miss any highlights while avoiding potential confusion or overwhelm within the expansive palace and gardens.

Recommended tickets:

  • Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery & Boboli Gardens Guided Tour
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If you're on budget

Go for: Combo tickets
Duration: Flexible
Guided access: Optional
Pitti Palace access: Yes

  • Despite being pricier upfront, combo tickets grants access to multiple attractions over multiple days, making it a budget-friendly option for Florence expedition.
  • The access extends beyond Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens to other iconic Florence landmarks like the Uffizi Gallery and the Duomo Florence (including all it's famous sub-attractions), among others. With a longer validity period, this pass allows visitors to explore at their own pace.

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  • All Boboli Gardens entrances support accessibility. Visitors with mobility impairments or special health needs can access the gardens via Door 1 under the colonnade, equipped with an elevator leading directly to the second floor.
  • Free rental of wheelchairs and walkers is available at the ticket office, no booking or deposit required, subject to availability.
  • Use of electric scooters is evaluated case-by-case for safety. Visitors may be asked to transfer to museum wheelchairs at no extra cost.
  • Guide dogs for the blind and assistance dogs are permitted, provided they wear appropriate harnesses and leashes.
  • Accessible toilets are available within the gardens, including one near the Chestnut Meadow area and another at the entrance to Annalena.
  • Prams and pushchairs are allowed in the gardens, but they cannot be deposited in the cloakroom during the visit. Baby carriers are permitted, especially if small and worn on the front.
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  • Store large items in the cloakroom; metal detector inspection may be required.
  • Groups limited to 16 people; tour guides must use whisper systems.
  • Maintain good manners and moderate voices; modest clothing required.
  • Visitors under 12 must be accompanied by an adult; silence mobile phones.
  • Do not touch artworks; no leaning on sculptures or running in the museum.
  • Eating, drinking, smoking, and flash photography are prohibited.
  • No writing or littering; dispose of waste in designated bins.
  • Prohibited items include knives, firearms, drones, and pets (except service animals).
  • Submit LAG products for security check; comply with security personnel.
  • Personal photography allowed without flash or tripods; commercial use requires authorization.
  • Marriage proposals allowed but must not disturb other visitors or involve professional photographers.
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  • The gardens are huge, try downloading a map for efficient navigation, as not all points of interest are marked on standard mapping apps.
  • It's good practice to visit 15 minutes before the time on your ticket.
  • Boboli Gardens is a popular picnic spot with a beautiful city view. There's a dedicated picnic area on the eastern side between the Madama Grotto and the Fountain of Ganymede and a recently opened one near the Buontalenti Grotto.
  • Food options inside the gardens are limited, so consider bringing your own snacks or picnic supplies. Remember that sugary drinks and wine are not permitted, but soft juice boxes for kids are usually allowed.
  • When traveling with kids, keep an eye out for the bright green parakeets near the Porta Romana entrance, the large marble discs for climbing, and the face sculpture known as Tindaro Screpolato.
  • If you're a teen group, do watch the film "Inferno," which features scenes shot in the Boboli Gardens. You can even try recreating some shots and make your own audition photobook for fun!
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  • Trattoria Ponte Vecchio - Enjoy stuffed pasta and Tuscan wines at this restaurant open from 11 AM to 11 PM daily.
  • Winter Garden Restaurant - Winter Garden Restaurant specializes in delish Tuscan cuisine paired with local wines.
  • Ristorante La Spada - Bite into grilled and roasted meats at the Ristorante La Spada.
  • Ristorante Storico Sabatini - Ristorante Storico Sabatini is a Tuscan restaurant offering signature pasta recipes, Florentine steak, etc.
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  • Budget - L'Antica Porta Boutique B&B (140 m), Il Terrazzino su Boboli (160 m), Home in Florence B & B (450 m)
  • Mid-range - Il Pitti Soggiorno (30 m), B&B Beatrice Di Beatrice Burzagli (150 m), De'Bardi (550 m)
  • Luxury - Casa Botticelli in San Felice (130 m), Ad Astra (600 m), Ottantotto Firenze (500 m)

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Frequently asked questions about Boboli Garden tickets

What is included in the Boboli Gardens ticket?

The exact inclusions of a Boboli Gardens ticket depends upon the type of experience you've chosen. They typically include access to the gardens themselves, as well as neighboring and equally famed attractions like the Palazzo Pitti, Palatine Gallery, Porcelain Museum and Bardini Gardens. Do check the ticket details to confirm which additional sites are covered to make the most of your visit.

Do I need skip-the-line tickets at Boboli Gardens?

While skip-the-line tickets are not typically necessary for Boboli Gardens, they can be a lifesaver during peak tourist seasons when there are 1-2 hour longer queues at the ticket counters. Fortunately, most of our Boboli Gardens tickets include priority access.

On what days can I enter Boboli Gardens for free?

Boboli Gardens offers free admission on the first Sunday of each month. But why wait for the first Sunday rush? Skip the crowds and plan the perfect peaceful retreat in the beautiful Boboli Gardens on quieter days.

Do I need to book a specific time slot for my visit to Boboli Gardens?

Yes, you'd be asked to pick a slot when booking your ticket. This allows the management to control the flow of visitors and ensure a comfortable and safe experience for everyone. You can plan your visit on your schedule and avoid long queues. Typically these slots can't be rescheduled, so exercise some caution.

Why should I combine my Boboli visit with Pitti Palace?

It’s a steal deal! Pairing your visit to the Boboli Gardens with Palazzo Pitti is the most recommended way to explore the best of these Florentine Renaissance treasures. Inside the Pitti Palace, marvel at legendary artworks and intriguing historical artifacts that have been cherished for centuries. Then, step outside into Boboli Gardens for a serene retreat—perhaps even a delightful picnic—set amidst stunning sculptures and meticulously manicured terraced gardens. It's the perfect blend of indoor retrospection and outdoor fun—a truly enriching experience that offers the best of both worlds in one delightful outing!

Are Boboli Gardens free for children?

Children under 18 years old can enter the Boboli Gardens for free. Do note that children under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Are Boboli Gardens wheelchair friendly?

While Boboli Gardens boast poetically beautiful landscapes, their layout across hilly terrain may pose challenges for individuals with mobility issues. Although there are some less gravelly paths available, wheelchair users may find themselves restricted to certain areas of the gardens. However, efforts have been made to enhance accessibility, including accessible entrances, ramps, and designated paths suitable for wheelchairs. Free wheelchair rental services are available on-site to facilitate exploration for all visitors.

Is there stroller accessibility?

Stroller accessibility is limited in Boboli Gardens due to its challenging terrain, it's advisable to bring a lightweight stroller that's easy to fold and carry. The gardens feature hilly terrain and stairs, making maneuvering difficult with bulky strollers. However, you can still explore some areas that have somewhat concrete pathways throughout these expansive gardens.

What are the key highlights of Boboli Gardens?

A few key highlights of the Boboli Gardens are Giorgio Vasari’s Large Grotto, Giambologna’s The Fountain of the Ocean, Neptune’s Fountain by Stoldo Lorenzi, and a 34-century old obelisk from Egypt.

Are pets allowed in Boboli Gardens?

Unfortunately, Boboli Gardens do not permit pets, except for service animals assisting visitors with disabilities. Therefore, if you plan to visit Boboli Gardens, it's best to leave your pets at home or make alternative arrangements for their care during your visit.

Can I have a picnic at Boboli gardens?

Boboli Gardens is THE perfect spot to have a hearty picnic with great Florence views! Set up your picnic in the designated area on the eastern side of the gardens, located between the Madama Grotto and the Fountain of Ganymede. While picnicking is allowed in this area, please be aware that sugary drinks, soda, and wine are not permitted inside the gardens.

Is there any dress code for visiting Boboli Gardens?

Yes, there is a dress code for visiting Boboli Gardens. Visitors are required to wear clothing appropriate to the formal setting of the museum. This means that wearing bathing costumes, skimpy clothing, wedding dresses, period costumes, or any other fancy dress that is undignified for such places is considered inappropriate. Additionally, walking barefoot or bare-chested in the museum is strictly forbidden.

Can I enter the Gardens once I exit?

Sorry, re-entry to Boboli Gardens is typically not allowed. Once you leave the gardens, your visit is considered concluded, and you would need to purchase a new ticket if you wish to re-enter on another occasion. Therefore, it's essential to plan your visit accordingly and ensure you have ample time to explore all the attractions within the gardens before exiting.