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We are garden fans & Nature buffs so the Palazzo Giardino Giusti were just the thing for us, plus they are across the River Adige bridge & up the hillside into the formal Gardens. Well designed patterns of Boxwood hedges & Cypresses & pool &...More
I came, I saw, I conquered. But, hey - what to expect for €8.5 ? Views yes! Turtles in a fountain, watching some folk get lost in a maze? All for €8.5! This is certainly over priced!
Yes, the gardens were nicely laid out &...More
I visited this beautiful garden, which was a stop on the HOHO bus route, solo. I spent just enough time to catch the next bus as my ticket was running out.
The layout of the garden was varied, some formal, other sections more casual.
We love outdoor activities vs shopping. This place is great for a couple of hours and you don't need an entire day here. We walked there and enjoyed the flowers/manicured bushes and even the 600 year old tree. I would recommend a visit and the...More
Verona is full of amazing attractions that seem to be hidden by the Romeo and Juliet fiction. The Giardino Giusti and the palace attached are worth visiting. The garden is kept historically accurate and is a calm, interesting place. The upper levels give good views...More
The Giardini Giusti are spectacularly formal — and beautifully maintained. They show the power of a wonderful concept, vast amounts of money and hundreds of years of care.
The gardens are an easy stroll from the center of town, and well worth the walk.
Worth a visit - the gardens are small (perhaps an acre) but well kept. A series of hedges and statues split the garden into squares. There is a grotto on the hill side and you can walk up a tower to get a great view...More
The gardens are spectacular because of their design and layout, ans also the use of statues is very well done. From the top of the garden, you get a great view over Verona city. If you visit the garden, entrance into the palace/palazzo is included....More