Grandi Giardini Italiani
Giardino Giusti
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Giardino Giusti


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Family friendly
Partially wheelchair accessible
Pet Friendly
Historic garden

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Opening times

*** The gardens will reopen on April 30th unless otherwise specified by the ministerial ***

Season 2021
From April 1st: every day, from 9 am to 7 pm

Closed on 25 December


Full price: € 10,00
Students: € 7,00
Groups (min. 15 pax): € 7,00
Family ticket (max 4 pax): € 25,00
Family ticket (from 5 pax): € 30,00
Disabled persons: free

How to reach
By car
A22 Verona / Brennero, Venezia / Verona Sud exit. Go on A4/E70 Highway and take Verona Sud exit. From the highway exit the garden is only 7 km away.

By train
Connections to the railway station of Verona Porta Nuova ensures by Trenitalia and Italo train. From here take the local public transport of Azienda Trasporti Verona Sr.
Created at the end of the 1400s, the garden now has the structure conceived in 1570 by Agostino Giusti, knight of the Venetian Republic and gentleman-in-waiting of the Grand Duke of Tuscany.
It was designed as a backdrop to the Giusti Palace using the terraced land to reveal the city a little at a time, following a prescribed path.

Facing the sixteenth century atrium, a famous avenue of cypresses climbs up to a grotto of stalactites, surmounted by an enormous grotesque mask built to allow tongues of fire to issue from its mouth. There is an enchanting view over Verona from the belvedere which crowns the mask.

Apart from the collections of flowers and important Roman remains, the garden conserves all the original sixteenth century structures intact: fountains, acoustic grottoes, pergolas, Italian style clipped box, mythological statues and a small complicated maze, one of the oldest in Europe.

Visited and celebrated through the centuries by illustrious per- sonalities from history and culture (including Cosimo De' Medici, De Brosses, Addison, Emperor Joseph II, Goethe, Mozart, Carlo Felice of Savoy, Suares and Gabriel Faure), this garden, together with the adjoining sixteenth century palace, is an urban complex of great interest and beauty.
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