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Giardino di Ninfa, Cisterna di Latina

Categories: Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web
Wander through gardens steeped in history at Giardino di Ninfa, where you can see the remains of Ninfa, a city thought to be founded in the first century of the Roman republic. The town was inhabited until the 16th century and today is the site for a 105 hectare (259.4 acre) English-style garden. Amble past streams, ponds, flowers, and trees to see what remains of the city. Bird-lovers may notice that the garden is home to 152 species of bird. Ask about guided tours offered in various languages. Use our Cisterna di Latina vacation builder to add Giardino di Ninfa and other attractions to your Cisterna di Latina vacation plans.
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  • Garden immersed in the ruins you Nymph. Certainly the gardens of Ninfa you can't tell you have to see, it is very nice, a few steps from Roma.La guide very good, well prepared.
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  • Many species of plants and flowers that grow 3 times longer than normal thanks to an excellent microclimate and the richness of a lot of water around. All around the ruins of an ancient Roman city that enhances the look and greater value to one of the truest and original English gardens in the world. Guide prepared. Always different blooms at different times of the year ... to be repeated
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  • That's the beauty of this garden that you never stop to look around and taking pictures of every detail, from the ruins of the buildings of the villa Caetani at exotic plants, the river Nymph that crosses the garden and offering with its underwater flora of unforgettable images. You can't loose, take a couple of hours to this visit and you'll return enriched!
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  • Fascinating gardens. We went on a guided tour in the rain and had a wonderful time. So beautiful. I can't remember enjoying visiting a garden more.
  • Absolutely stunning. Well worth the trip from Rome. You have to be on a guided tour to see the gardens, but the tours are a good length (roughly an hour) and the guides are knowledgeable. Less frequent English tours are available.
  • Amazing! Magical! Must see.
  • Magical place this. Jaw-droppingly beautiful.
  • This garden is enchanting. The atmosphere magical, the energy vibrating yet serene some of the pics taken reminded me of impressionist's paintings. Every detail is a little jewel of mother's nature wonders. Described as the most romantic garden in the world it is in fact a living monument of which you become part graciously.
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