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The Giardino of Bobolino

by Brianna - June 5th, 2011.
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– The Giardino of Bobolino is a public garden very well maintained, despite what one might think, not officially part of the Giardino di Boboli, but then takes the name. This garden covers the hill towards the center of Florence and is the ideal place to stroll, sunbathe, sit and read a book next to many sources. – The Giardino di Boboli Giardino is near the Bobolino. This huge and historic garden is located south of the river Arno was born as a garden of Palazzo Pitti. Walking through the gardens, you will find the Fontana Neptune, the Amphitheatre, the Museum of Porcelain, a statue of the goddess Fortuna and arrive to Porta Romana. To bring you a good memory of Florence, you had better take some beautiful photos at key points in the Tuscan city.

Some of the strategic points for lovers of photography are: – The Piazzale Michelangelo overlooking Florence and even beyond the limits of the Tuscan capital. If you go to San Niccolo, you can have breathtaking views of the city. Once there, you can also enjoy the markets and ice cream. Just ahead you will see Fiesole, which identificareis a hill with a small bell tower in the middle right. On your right you will see the soccer field Fiorentina to the right olive trees and the river Arno to reach Monte Falterona, where Arno was born. If you look at the center of Florence, you will see the bell tower of Santa Croce, the Duomo, Palazzo Vecchio and Ponte Vecchio.

– When you come from San Miniato Piazzale Michelangelo to take a breath, take you do not forget your camera. Follow the path to the church, where you will see the stairs. These will lead you to a spectacular view of Florence. Being higher than the Piazzale Michelangelo, you will see many more details of the city. I will take your breath by how beautiful it is. – Fiesole can be easily reached from Florence by bus number 7 that you will leave Piazza San Mino of Fiesole. Getting off the bus you will see the cathedral, go right next to the cathedral and see a hill on your left. Keep up the hill and you can take beautiful photos while stopping you going to photograph the valleys around Fiesole. – The Duomo (Santa Maria del Fiore) can be a place to take a perfect picture. To enjoy a superb view, go up to 463 steps to the top. You'll have to buy a ticket to climb the stairs, but worth it. From there, you have no more than 360 turn to see the hills that surround this jewel of renaissance. – Any ponte (bridge) I can give the picture you are looking for, either from the Ponte Vecchio or from any of the other bridges of the Arno River. All, including historic hotels in Florence, enalzan the beauty of its streets and welcome guests in a pleasant environment perfectly in tune with the rest of this city renacentistica. In Florence hotels like the, the, and are definitely must-see for anyone who wants to sleep in typical Florentine rooms.

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