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Giardini della Landriana, Tor San Lorenzo

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  • Susie Webster, our australian guide was excellent and very knowledgable about the flora and forna. Avery interesting modern garden well worth the visit.  more »
  • This garden is beautiful. He has several areas, just typical English. There's the rose Grove, a white staircase and a Lotus pond. I would recommend to come to the rose bloom in May. Unfortunately the visit days are severely restricted, but in May is open every weekend. The visit is possible only in the context of a guided tour (times are published on the Internet)...
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  • Nice garden, but you can't define "botanist" because of all the tags with the names of various plants that driving (although kind and prepared) says with Teutonic pronunciation.
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  • A number of years ago, we did a two week vacation in the area south of Rome focusing on gardens. Of all the gardens we visited (about 20), two still stand out in the memory: Ninfa and Landriana. Ninfa is wildly romantic while Landriana is much more cerebral, organized into a series of garden rooms, each with its own beauty and charm. I would urge you in include both on any tour of gardens. Both in my opinion rank with the best gardens in the world.
  • Lovely place. Beautiful for a family day out in the fresh air. Guided tours can be arranged, lasting about an hour. There is a dining area where you can have lunch and several meadows where await the beginning of visits. This beautiful garden is full of plants and flowers from all over the world. In April and October there is also a flea market where you can buy the plants.
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  • Beautiful grounds. Better visit them in periods not too frequent. The attached restaurant is a few simple dishes, but not noteworthy. Very nice place for a family day and/or friends.
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  • It is one of the most beautiful and famous gardens of the great landscape architect Russell Page. Created in 1967, the original plant was repeatedly drawn and shaped by the property with the intent to enrich the already abundant botanical collections present. The result is a magnificent garden rooms, each with its own characteristics and colors, from blue to whites, from the Valley of roses to the great Lake autumn colours. We organize guided tours for schools and groups and/or fans of gardens, in Italian and other languages (Spanish, German, French, English); the tour lasts approximately 1 hour and a half. In spring and autumn, are held in the garden two exhibitions of gardening, with stands of specialist nurseries and gastronomic delicacies. On this occasion you can also visit the gardens with a small supplement to the entrance ticket. The garden is open for small and/or large groups (up to 15 people) from 0 to 200 years; You can book tours with the curator of the garden; small animals and only on a leash; given the presence of steps is not recommended visiting the disabled or children in wheelchairs (I know are gradually eliminating architectural barriers); These baths and coffee shop before entering; at trade fairs, open restaurant with small tables indoors and outdoors; always ample parking on lawn, unguarded, even for buses and minivans. Best time to visit: late April/May and October/November. Distance from Rome: 42 km from the Centre.
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  • The exhibition market is worth, must each year. The visit to the garden instead was a bit of a disappointment. I expected the most manicured and characterized
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