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The botanical garden in the south part of the city was designed in the early 19th century: it is a beautiful green oasis in Lucca, with arboretum, pond and greenhouse. It is a little jewel of the city, a quiet and relaxing place where you...More
The gardens house a large number of trees and Mediterranean shrubs but is not well maintained. It is a nice, quite area of greenery on the outskirts of the medieval town but don't expect to be there more than 1/2 to 1 hour.
This is a small botanic garden with some interesting plants (personally I thought the Plumeria were the best) although it can be seen in a short amount of time. We spent time there getting shade from the sun as it was hot in the city...More
Bring bug spray in the summer. Whew there are a lot of mosquitoes. And I suggest walking the wall to get there, because the walk along the street in town is hot. Also, the entrance to the garden is not where Google Maps takes you,...More
Paid 4 euros per person for seeing a horribly maintained garden. Greenhouses are used for storage. Bathroom “facilities” are a joke. Do not visit this place. Instead enjoy the fantastic views from the wall.