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Florence Boboli Gardens Tickets with Fast Track Entrance

Enjoy the lush greenery and artistry of sculptures inside Florence's most famous gardens thanks to Boboli gardens tickets with fast-track access.

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Florence Boboli Gardens Tickets with Fast Track Entrance

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With our Boboli Gardens entrance tickets, you can explore the gardens far and wide. For instance, wander off into the lower reaches of the garden, and be dazzled by the incredible and gem- and shell-encrusted Grotta del Buontalenti, a decorative cave-like space created by Bernardo Buontalenti. It’s a perfect space to hide from an unforgiving afternoon sun... 

That is not all though. The Fast track tickets also allow you to explore the Porcelain Museum (Museo delle Porcellane) sitting at the upper, southern reach. Plus, beyond the museum and lovely rose garden that surrounds it, you can admire stunning views of the Florentine countryside. If you didn’t have enough of fresh air and soul-soothing sights, you can continue your walk in the nearby Bardini Gardens which entry is also included in the price. For access to the rest of the Pitti Palace museum complex, please check the Palazzo Pitti tickets.

Sightseeing doesn’t always mean spending days roaming the corridors of a dusty museum. A visit to Boboli Gardens certainly challenges that stigma. Stretching nonchalantly behind the grand Palazzo Pitti, the Florence Gardens bloomed into existence in the mid-16th century following the design of architect Niccolò Pericoli. The gardens are a maze of incredible art, rippling fountains, romantic hideouts and fabulous views. Sounds tempting? Boboli Gardens tickets will make this lovely illusion a reality. 

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Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday - Sunday
Collection point: Visit Europa Today - Via Della Condotta 12, Firenze (Italy)
Group: Max 25 people

Before You Go

Please arrive at the meeting point 30 minutes before your chosen time so you do not lose your time slot.

A student must carry ID to collect the entrance tickets to Boboli Gardens in Florence

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Ticket Highlights

Boboli Gardens is one of the crown landmarks of Florence. In fact, it makes up a crucial part a major museum complex. Lavishly green and creative in design, it attracts visitors from all corners of the world. Strolling through the quiet, often clandestine, paths of the extensive gardens enveloped in greenery, and artistic ventures shouldn’t miss on your Florence “To-Do” list. 

Booking Boboli and Bardini gardens tickets with us guarantee you quick and seamless access. There is no need to search for the ticket office and queue in front of it. Due to the popularity of this attraction where natural and human creativity coexists in a symphony, the lines that form in front of the Boboli gardens Florence tickets office are quite common. So, don’t waste your precious time in Florence on queuing. Save it for ice cream, art and excellent food!

The best part about Gardens is their sheer size. No matter how busy Florence gets in peak season, you can still lose yourself among its trees, rose bushes, statues, and grottos. It’s a perfect way to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of crowded streets!


If you wish to get a dash of history along with your visit, check out our Pitti Palace tours!

History Sneak Peek

Boboli Garden (a.k.a. Giardino di Boboli) stretches from the hill behind Palazzo Pitti as far as Porta Romana. However, the garden we know today had a long journey. There were not one but several stages of enlargement and restructuring work throughout history. Step by step, the garden blossomed into one of the greatest, most sophisticated Italian style gardens.

How did it all Begin?

Grand duke Cosimo I de Medici decided to build a garden for his wife Eleonora di Toledo. She was the one who chose the Pitti Palace to be their new ducal residence. The initial design was created by the talented Niccolò Tribolo. However, he passed away before being able to see it through to the end. Other architects took over including Vasari, Ammannati, and Buontalenti.

Notable works from this period of construction include, for instance, the Grotto of the Madama which recreates natural environment inhabited by mysterious beings and animals. Another grotto worth mentioning is the Buontalenti Grotto. It features incredible limestone concrete stalactites, shell and even terracotta reliefs. All that with fresh water running down the walls provides vivacity and color and a cool hideout on hot summer days. 

The Expansion of the Boboli Gardens

The Medici and, later, the Lorraine families continued to enlarge and enrich the garden until the 19th century. Besides adding fairytale-like meadows, pensive avenues, clandestine groves and stunning areas with panoramic views, they made the garden irreplaceable by including extraordinary decorative art. Unwittingly, they created a one-of-a-kind outdoor museum.

A Gift from the Wolrd of Fashion

In spring 2017, fashion house Gucci native to Florence pledged 2 million euros to restore the gardens and their treasure trove of fountains and statues to their former glory. This was to the great joy of many locals who can be found strolling around Boboli on a Sunday afternoon.

Buy your Boboli Gardens online tickets in advance to skip the line and get the most out of your visit to the romantic Florence! Also, if you are not quite done discovering, we offer more fast-track deals in the city such as Duomo Florence, Accademia, Uffizi and many more museums and galleries in Florence.

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