We went here on my Birthday morning. The sun was out and it wasn't very busy. You get a map when you go in which tells you about sections of the garden. We had a go on the maze which was amusing. We walked up...More
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If peace and tranquility is on your agenda you won't go wrong with a visit to this classical Italian garden. Within a short walking distance (20 minutes) from the centre it's a must for garden lovers. A single ticket cost €8.50.
We thoroughly enjoyed going to the Palazzo GIARDINO gardens. We are there at 10 am and I think we were almost on our own. Peaceful and such a lovely surprise. It's a must see and away from the hassle and bustle of inner city Verona.
Do find it. A gorgeous compact renaissance garden that does the flat and then the vertical. The aroma of box and cypress, The sound of the water and the gravel paths. The fact that the layout is as it was in the beginning, well almost....More
A traditional renaissance garden, lawns, box hedges and Cyprus trees, and a grotto up the side of the hill. Either it's your sort of thing or it's not, but we loved it. Perhaps the hot sunny day helped, but the shade and sense of calm...More
First, I thank muchly the very kind gentleman on the door who let me in despite there being a wedding about to take place (I was one day in Verona so couldn't come back). He was smiley, charming and courteous, and charged me less than...More
We really had to search for this garden, but it was worth it. Not too much to see in the Palazzo but the garden itself was beautiful and kept just as it should be.
If you are into gardens, or fine views of a fine city, then this is for you. The gardens are excellent with plenty of statues and artistically planted trees. The building is also well worth a visit. However, most of all, make your way to...More
A little walk out of the centre past the roman theatre is well worth the vistas and peaceful space, both inside and outside.You can walk up steps or meander up paths to the top and then a short spiral staircase. The palazzo feels like it...More