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How to visit the Bardini Garden in Florence? Hours, costs and how to get there

How to visit the Bardini Garden? The Bardini Garden, since the Middle Ages, has belonged to rich families that have followed one another. Its first destination was agricultural, and then over the years it became one of the most beautiful Italian gardens to visit.

In the early years of the twentieth century, it passed into the property of the collector Stefano Bardini (from which it took its current name), called the “prince of antique dealers”, and was used by the owner as a privileged and spectacular place in which to welcome his customers.

Currently in the Bardini Garden it is possible to admire three different gardens that differ in styles and times of creation:

  • the Italian garden, with the magnificent Baroque staircase;
  • the English wood which, with its exotic elements, represents a rare example of an Anglo-Chinese garden;
  • the agricultural park where a new orchard has found its place and the splendid pergola of wisteria which every spring gives a wonderful show of scents and colors.

On what days and times is the visit possible?

You can visit the Bardini Garden every day (except Saturdays, Sundays, holidays and every first Monday of the month) from 10 am to 4 pm.

How much does the entrance to the Bardini Gardens cost?

The full ticket costs 6 €, the reduced one is 2 € (for people between 18 and 26 years of the European Community). For free admission see the procedures directly on the site you will read at the end of the article.

The entrance ticket to Villa Bardini is valid for one day and is also cumulative with the Boboli Gardens and the Porcelain Museum. You can buy your ticket up to one hour before the garden closing time.

How to reach and access the Gardens?

The main entrance to access Villa Bardini is in via Costa San Giorgio number 2 where you can arrive by car by setting the navigator’s destination to “Forte Belvedere”. Nearby there is a free parking area reserved for visitors and directions to reach the Villa on foot.

Disabled people can access the Villa through the ramp located at the driveway entrance in via Costa San Giorgio number 4, communicating their arrival at 055.2638599 (ticket office)

You can also access through the secondary entrance located in Via dei Bardi 1 red.
Animals, even on a leash, cannot access.

For more information see the official website of Villa Bardini. Join the Viaggiando Italia (official group) to see more photos and to send yours.

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