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How many times have we dreamed of taking a trip out of town? Usually almost always, especially every weekend. Moving from home for a few hours can really be an opportunity to visit public parks and gardens with a certain charm and a certain history. Their discovery can also prove to be very instructive and educational, also because the "green" solutions of public places can then be replicated in private. This is precisely the purpose of the section dedicated to reviews of parks, gardens, villas and botanical gardens. With “a trip to” we want, in fact, to make known the magnificent natural and historical heritage present on the Italian territory, in order to acquire knowledge on the way of life and of managing all the various aspects of gardening. The parks and gardens scattered throughout the peninsula stand out for their perfect and harmonious shapes and geometries and for a style that is that of the Italian garden. In this type of garden the statues and fountains stand out, ... continue
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continue ... , with paths and trails full of Mediterranean plants and shrubs. No less interesting are the botanical gardens, now present in the main provincial capitals. These immense gardens are home to thousands of plant species classified by type and origin. The management of public gardens is frequently entrusted to universities, which organize study courses and research projects on plants and the plant world in general. Italian parks and public gardens are also made up of historic monuments and villas, or buildings that belonged to personalities and noble personalities of the past. Visiting these places therefore means immersing yourself in a journey of history and culture, without ever forgetting nature and gardening. The most important gardens are of Renaissance origin. We recall as an example the Boboli Gardens in Florence. In fact, the Boboli Gardens include a series of spectacular and luxurious gardens created in the Renaissance era. The botanical gardens and historic villas also date back to more distant times, especially medieval ones. Others may also be more recent, such as the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle, in Merano, the manor was in fact built in 1850 in a place where ancient medieval ruins stood. Reviews of parks and public gardens are also accompanied by information on visiting hours and guided tours. In this way it will be possible to organize "all inclusive" trips without neglecting any aspect of these wonderful places. Every single public place, of both historical and natural significance, certainly deserves to be surveyed and visited.