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These Gardens are located near Foro Italico and bounded on two sides by Foro Italico Umberto 1 and Via Lincoln, it is also Stop 5 on the Red line of the Sightseeing Bus. After viewing the English Gardens and the seafront promenade we thought that...More
OK so you wouldn’t expect Kew Gardens but this was really disappointing - particularly for 6 euros a head.
Overgrown, dirty, badly maintained - this could be such s lovely place as it has a lot of lovely specimens but goodness knows where the gate...More
Low rating as this was a very negative experience.
We would have loved to have walked around but the entrance is 12 euros for 2 people. We only had a 20 Euro note so they would not let us in. The lady showed me she...More
Well worth a visit if you are interested in plants. Not the tidiest of gardens, but investigation reveals some novelty. Best time is the spring and autumn especially in those weekends when resellers bring plants for sale.
We visited the 1st morning of our holiday. It was a nice introduction to Palermo's nature and very relaxed. Remember sun lotion as can be exposed in some areas! Insect repellent worth wearing too as the following day found several itchy insect bites! There is...More
Whatever you are going tondo while in Palermo, make sure to pay a visit to this outstanding botanical garden! There are so many different plants, from the gigantic ficus to small cacti, lakes and greenhouses that will satisfy your cravings for green for a long...More