We spent several hours in the garden admiring the plants and taking advantage of the shadow offered in the middle of the town, in a hot sunny day.
I am sure there are most probably some fantastic plant specimens in here somewhere if you could find them amongst the weeds. The hot houses were locked and the glass needed cleaning. This was a real disappointment especially as the faculty for botanical science is right next door. The best bit was the bathroom facilities which were new.
Situated just below the Roman Amphitheatre and contolled by the university, the botanical gardens is larger than it first appears, 5 hectares area sloping towards the north. Your ticket is handwritten at the entrance, I was told the museum was closed and there were no personal guides available. Perhaps because it was holy week, later I did spot a student... More
We wanted to visit it on Sunday,butthey closed already at 1 p.m. (or 1:30). So wewentthere last our of ourstay in Cagliari. We werent disappointed, it is nice, green, piecfull place intown, worth seeing. We would just need more time to explore andenjoy it. I think it is good to have an hour or little bit more to see everything... More
Tropical plants in a Garden which was built and composed from 1866-1948. Now you can see about 2000 species. The gardens with caves, waterworks and hide-aways is situated near Villa di Tigellio and the Amfitheatre and also has it's own Roman cisterns. There's a botanical museum, but you can also just relax, make it the moment in your visit of... More
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