花 · 满城,来佛罗伦萨逛公园可好?眼看着春色一点点覆盖佛罗伦萨的各个角落,花开得浓郁,那颗出去走走的心蠢蠢欲动。

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Igor Mitoraj at Boboli Garden

公园,是沾一缕春光最好的地方。佛罗伦萨的市中心、市郊,又有哪些公园好逛呢?给大家介绍几个小编比较喜欢的吧。
1. 波波里花园 (Giardino di Boboli)在科西莫一世买下皮蒂宫 (Palazzo Pitti) 之后,在皮蒂宫后院为他的夫人打造了4500m²的波波里花园,包括露天剧院、柠檬树、咖啡厅、数不清的喷泉和雕塑。绝对是意大利式花园的代表之作。冬季的波波里花园颇为萧瑟(不推荐游客冬天来这里),俯仰皆拾的是枯枝败叶。而春天来到之后,波波里的生机也随之回来了。盛放的鲜花、潺潺流水的喷泉和大理石雕塑、青铜雕塑相映成趣。天气好的日子,随处可见躺在草地上晒太阳的人们。
2. 巴尔迪尼花园 (Giardino Bardini) 巴尔迪尼花园是一座05年对公共开放的意大利文艺复兴式花园。波波里花园的后门出来几百米就是,游客相对较少。另一个入口就在巴尔迪尼博物馆所在的Via de’Bardi。巴尔迪尼露台式花园的层次分明,拾阶而上可以俯瞰佛罗伦萨的老城中心。最让你惊喜莫过于这里的紫藤花廊,以及透过簇簇的花团跃然眼前的圣母百花大教堂全景。
3. 玫瑰园 (Giardino delle Rose) 从米开朗基罗广场,沿着坡道往下走,5分钟就会到玫瑰园 (Giardino delle Rose),4-6月,园中开满各个品种的玫瑰花,非常好看。玫瑰园不大,1865年由佛罗伦萨建筑师波吉 (Poggi) 建造。1998年,园内添了一个日式青草绿洲,来自于姐妹城市京都的捐赠。约上三两好友,来这里赏花、享受春光吧!
4. 鸢尾花花园 (Giardino dell’Iris) 鸢尾花花园在米开朗基罗广场和Viale dei Colli的交叉口,每年只开不到一个月,5月2日-20日,免费。园内全是鸢尾花,1500多种,而且每年承办「国际鸢尾花节」。
-5. 卡西内公园 (Parco delle Cascine) 这个占地160公顷的公园已经在佛罗伦萨存在了近500年,也是小编最常逛的公园(为什么?因为不要钱!)。也是很多本地人慢跑、骑行和遛狗、遛孩子的地方,有时还有骑马的。公园的大道其实在秋末冬初是最美的,满眼是渐变的黄色树叶。春季的公园则充斥着一大片焕然一新的碧绿色。周末的二手市场也是吸引着很多人来这里的原因之一,围绕着艾玛努埃尔二世骑马铜像摆开一圈摊点,售卖古董家具、家饰,古着包和衣服、饰品。

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Beautiful gardens to see in Florence

With flowers and new leaves starting to cover every corner of Florence, don’t you just want to wonder around a little bit more? Where are the best gardens to go in town?
Giardino di Boboli After Cosimo I purchased Palazzo Pitti, he ordered a big garden in the backyard. Boboli Garden covers 4500m², filled with open theaters, lemon trees, fountains and statues. It’s one of masterpieces of Italian gardens. In winter, Boboli Garden looks pretty sad, with broken branches and withered flowers at sight. When spring arrives, vitality returns. People come here to see flowers blossom, and enjoy the sunshine on the lawn. Giardino Bardini Giardino Bardini is an Italian Renaissance garden only been opened to public for just 12 years. Leaving the back gate of Giardino di Boboli, only a few hundred meters from it, is Giardino Bardini. Another entrance is on Via de’ Bardi, where Museo Stefano Bardini is. It’s a much less crowded garden. Going up to the terrace, you can enjoy the view of Florence historical centre. The most breath-taking view here is the gallery of wisteria and the cupola of Duomo through groups of flowers.

Giardino delle Rose From Piazzale Michelangelo, walking along the ramp for 5 minutes, you will see Giardino delle Rose, a garden full of many varieties of roses. The best time of appreciating roses is from mid-April to early June. The garden is relatively small, built by Florentine Architect Poggi in 1865. In 1998, A Japanese Shorai oasis donated by the twin city of Kyoto was set in the garden. From the garden, you have a clear view of Duomo. (Well, in Florence, you pretty much see the Duomo from anywhere is high). So, ask several friends out and enjoy some fine spring time!

Giardino dell’Iris Giardino dell’Iris is at the cross of Piazzale Michelangelo and Viale dei Colli. The flowering time of iris is quite short, only about 2 weeks in May. So this garden only opens once a year, from May 2nd to 20th. Entrance is free. It holds the International Iris festival annually.

Parco delle Cascine. This grande park which covers 160 hectares has been in Florence for almost 500 years. It’s also the most visited park of mine. A lot of locals come here for jogging, biking and walking dogs. It’s a great place to bring kids to play. The park avenue actually has the best looking view in late autumn. You can admire the colouring changing of ginkgo trees and golden fallen leaves paving the boulevard. When spring comes, it’s all green again.

The weekend vintage market is one of the reasons attracting people. Small stands spread around the bronze statue of Vittorio Emanuele II on the horse, selling vintage furnitures, housewares, bags and clothes.

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