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Camellias in the Boboli Gardens

Hours: Various
Cost: €6; concessions €3
This major Camellia collection is held in the spectacular Boboli gardens, which were designed for the Medici family after they bought Palazzo Pitti in 1549.
The gardens are open to the public all year round, but when the flowers blossom in March special guided visits are available in both Italian and English. One for romantics.
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