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Giardini della Landriana, Tor San Lorenzo

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  • The gardens and their history are something splendid which should be visited several times in different seasons to enjoy the wonderful work of the owner assisted by landscape architect. But pay eight euros, be incorporated into a group of fifty people and then participate in a small messy Marathon seems absurd. Maybe they need to maintain a busy property like this but I would recommend most appropriate staff and even more courteous and helpful. I manifested in fact immediately upon exiting my personal impressions about what he penalized the visit (I wanted for so long), but everything I heard in response is to return another time not during the weekend! (As if it wasn't their job to handle large numbers!) I don't think going back, at the same price then!
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  • I confirm what was written by others: the look is nice and well maintained, but the part open to the public is relatively small and the visit ends after 45 minutes and 8 euros a ticket. Nothing to do with Nymph or with the Botanical Garden of Rome. Outer space dedicated to exhibitions (today there were food stands of various types) is large and the stands were compared a few. There are more than a few hours. I thought better.
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  • Were there at a flower show with exhibitors from all over Italy I found and purchased beautiful plants, parking and a bit dusty and confused.
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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.
  • Nice place rich in vegetation. Council to inspect it at various times of the year to see the different blooms. Present periodically a marketplace inside.
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  • Great place and poetic
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  • A very nice Park, you only visit with a guide price of 8 euros.
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  • A truly unexpected in that territory. Very nice! To enjoy the ride and maybe do some photos to plants and flowers you should go can soon. Cute outdoor dining area tables, although the food nothing out of the ordinary
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