The Boboli Gardens are formal 16th century gardens located in Florence, Italy. They were built on the slopes of Boboli Hill, behind the Pitti Palace, home of the famous Medici family, in 1550.
The gardens feature a lot of statues, fountains, and even an amphitheater. Visitors can walk along white pebbled paths, admiring the cypress trees and statues. The gardens provide a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of the busy city of Florence.
The Boboli Gardens are open daily from 9:00 AM until one hour before sunset. Admission is 3 euros.