Morning Walks With Molly — Boboli Gardens in Florence, Italy

This entry is part 17 of 33 in the series Italy

I’m not a big fan of crowds. And I’m a bit of an introvert. But don’t get me wrong — I love people. 

YOU, for example — I think you’re great!

And you over there, sitting on your sofa reading this right now, you’re pretty cool.

But CROWDS — just not a fan. Especially when it’s hot.

ew, david!

So when I was planning to visit the one place in Florence that I really wanted to see again, I made sure to look up when they opened. And then I showed up right on the dot when they were literally opening up their doors. 😆

Boboli Gardens in Florence, Italy was originally built for the Medici family and sits behind the Pitti Palace. It was a three-minute walk from our apartment and I went alone because the kids needed to sleep in that morning.

Boboli Gardens Florence Italy

Join me on my walk through the gardens in this video and stay tuned for more Morning Walks With Molly!

Morning Walks With Molly — Boboli Gardens

Next Stop:  Three nights and two days in charming Lucca, Italy.

This is part of a series about our Winters Family Summer Adventure through Italy and beyond. You can start from the beginning of the blog series here or follow along on Instagram.

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  1. Thank you, Molly. That was meditative.

    1. Glad you enjoyed it, Anne! Thanks for following along.

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