Collodi, nr Lucca, Tuscany, Italy
All year. Daily except Sundays from November to February. Open 8:30am to sunset (except weekdays November to February open 9am to 12pm and 2pm to 5pm).
almost 2 years by Anonymous 5 / 5Must have changed a lot because its quite well maintained, spectacular setting, wonderful place to stroll around with children as well, many different birds to watch, places to sit and rest in the shadow and watch the water ponds with its frogs etc. ... enjoyed it very much!
over 2 years by Anonymous 1 / 5Very expensive 13 Euros for a smallish rundown garden- very disappointing.
over 5 years by Charles Hawes 1 / 5I visited In October 2010. An altogether miserable experience. The lower part of the garden is a mess both in design and in recent changes and additions. A very ugly building to one side housed comatose and dead butterflies and insects. The maintenance throughout the garden was awful. Rubbish everywhere. The beautiful original renaissance architecture of the stunning central staircase was overwhelmed by the garden's general neglect. An expensive (13 Euros) outrage
almost 8 years by Adam Hodge 3 / 5What a bizarre place. In ways it has lots of potential but needs some more funding to get it up to scratch. Plenty of charming things to see but alot is a bit tired.
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