The Cascine Park in Florence
The Cascine Park is the green lung of the city, just a short walk from the Centre. The largest public park in Florence with an area of more than 130 hectares that runs parallel to the River Arno. The farms were part of the property, which Alessandro and Cosimo I dei Medici purchased for use as banned hunting and cattle breeding. Hence its name: "cardinal", or "cheese", which is the cheese that is produced as cattle breeding. It has an elongated shape, since it runs along the right bank of the Arno River for about 3 and a half kilometres, without ever exceeding the width of 650 metres. A more valued today and that always represents a meeting point for sports, entertainment and nightlife during the evening.
Address: the Cascine Park 50144, Florence
Business hours: always open
Maximum 30 pax
The itinerary can be made every day from Tuesday to Sunday, both morning and afternoon
Tour duration: 3 hours