Gardens to see. In my blog I often write about Italy, museums, villas and castles surrounded by large parks.
If there’s one thing I do love doing when beautiful days arrive and the air becomes warmer, it’s discovering gardens, those gardens where you can sit on the grass or where you can be catapulted back in time and relive ancient stories.
If you have already visited at least one of these gardens, you know what I mean.
On the contrary, if you have never entered one of these gardens, you’d better look into your agenda and leave as soon as you have a weekend off.
I made a list of the 5 Italian gardens you must visit.