Nature, art, history are the elements that make the Giardino Giusti the most famous in all over the world. It was built at the end of 1400 and it is presented as the structure of 1570 made by Agostino Giusti.
It was designed as a backdrop of the Palazzo Giusti and is equipped with terraces so you can gradually discover the view of the city, according to a preordained path.
Located opposite the sixteenth-century atrium, the famous Cypress Avenue climbs up to a stalactite cave, overtaken by a “mask” built to emit tongues of fire from the mouth. From the belvedere you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Verona.
In addition to the flower collections, important Roman finds and the great cypress of Goethe, the garden preserves intact all the original sixteenth characteristics: fountains, acoustic caves, pergolas, Italian bossi, mythological statues and a maze of small size.
The garden is available for visits throughout the year from 9am to 7pm, for groups, singles and schools. The garden is also close to several sites of interest: the city of Verona, numerous museums and Castel San Pietro.