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La Cutura, Giuggianello

(4.3/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • The garden looks lovely. Rich in plants and animals from all over the world. Very nice was the greenhouse containing the international cactus. If you can stop for lunch.
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  • I am a lover of my land and Salento for quite some time I decided to roam around the puglia to know her more. Some friends have advised me to go and visit this place. nothing to write home about, probably the only thing I liked was the Italian garden. Maybe for a tourist turns out to be a pretty interesting place but for me it wasn't. You can find many species of plants typical of the Mediterranean and also an area where there are animals. I was lucky enough to see the Peacock with open tail, lovely!
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  • Although it was February and despite the extraordinary snowfall had decimated at least 30% of the plants, the Botanical Garden retains its charm: a thousand varieties that transport you to faraway places and times. To avoid the restaurant: bad service (waitresses rude and with no customer focus), little researched and value foods. If you are a vegetarian like me, keep your fingers crossed: they brought me a starter when there were meats _ even though I had specified to be vegetariana_e in the buns there was ham. My question "what's in these buns?" was told only a "boh". Good wine list.
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