The Boboli Garden is located behind the Palazzo Pitti. With the priority entrance ticket, you will not have to wait in the long line, you will enter into the garden which is an integral part of the palace. Begun in 1549 by Tribolo for the Duchess Eleonora di Toledo, wife of Cosimo I de 'Medici, the garden had the function of adorning the exclusive palace situated at the front, allowing it to fully grasp the spirit of court life, such work became exemplary for many others European courts. This vast green expanse is an oasis in the heart of Florence, representing a veritable open-air museum, populated by ancient and Renaissance statues, adorned with caves, above all that of Bernardo Buontalenti and large fountains, such as those of Neptune and Ocean. The successive dynasties of the Lorraine and the Savoys expanded its borders, which nowadays run along the ancient city walls up to Porta Romana. Today the garden allows you to enjoy a unique experience, which is renewed with the seasons, respecting its tradition.