Giardino di Boboli

We’re squeezing in one last part about our trip to Tuscany. Along the edge of Florence lies The Boboli Gardens. It’s 11 acres of peace away from the bustle of the city, lush greenery (my shoes came off immediately), and views like you wouldn’t believe. The size of it left us meandering for hours. The gardens are the backyard to the Palazzo Pitti – the lavish palace in which only the Medici family could justify living. 

Florence, Italy via MontgomeryFest
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Boboli Gardens in Florence, Italy via MontgomeryFest

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14 responses to “Giardino di Boboli

  1. cool!! how do you get your photos to format like that?

  2. so great! 🙂 i followed you on instagram too @p1ctureme

  3. Amazing! Italy is soo romantic!

  4. I studied in Florence for about two months ten years ago, and I vividly remember visiting this place. So lovely… as is all of Tuscany. And very cute pictures of the two of you!

  5. I love Florence and these gardens, which I visited in the 1990’s, and your happy photographs are beautiful. Have fun with PN at the Euroblog bunfight!

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