Giardino di Ninfa, Cisterna di Latina

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Wander through gardens steeped in history at Giardino di Ninfa, where you can see the remains of Ninfa, a city thought to be founded in the first century of the Roman republic. The town was inhabited until the 16th century and today is the site for a 105 hectare (259.4 acre) English-style garden. Amble past streams, ponds, flowers, and trees to see what remains of the city. Bird-lovers may notice that the garden is home to 152 species of bird. Ask about guided tours offered in various languages. Before you head to Cisterna di Latina, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Cisterna di Latina trip planning site, to make sure you see all that Cisterna di Latina has to offer, including Giardino di Ninfa.
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  • Our visit at Giardini di Ninfa started off the wrong foot, as it rained from the moment we stepped in to the moment we left. Even so the garden is undeniably beautiful and very well kept - definitely....  more
    Our visit at Giardini di Ninfa started off the wrong foot, as it rained from the moment we stepped in to the moment we left. Even so the garden is undeniably beautiful and very well kept - definitely....  more »
  • Very beautiful, 'natural' garden in Latina that has been shaped from the ruins of a medival villag.e , 1 hour drive outside of Rome. You must join a timed tour group. which is a bummer. Would love to....  more
    Very beautiful, 'natural' garden in Latina that has been shaped from the ruins of a medival villag.e , 1 hour drive outside of Rome. You must join a timed tour group. which is a bummer. Would love to....  more »
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  • Really nice experience not far away from Rome, compared to other botanical gardens this one shine on how all the species are conserved on nature without the help of technology. Particularly nice even the medieval town ruins around the area, suggested to go during spring to see all the flowers blooming
  • After visiting the garden I understand why the Washington Post included this garden in the list "the most beautiful gardens in the world. The garden is like walking in a portrait with many different plants which give to the garden endless colours and shapes. Only guided tours are available (1 hour tour). My guide was very knowledgeable about plants as well as medieval history. I definitely recommend it!

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