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Gaze to your heart’s content at the colours and breathe in the marvellous scents in this botanical garden paradise, which acts also as a research and educational institution of the Department of Botany of the University of Palermo.

Lying within the city of Palermo at approximately 10 metres above sea level, it covers about 30 acres on a bed of limestone.  The gardens go back to around 1779, with the new garden opening in 1795, but the entire area has been managed by the Department of Botany since 1985.  It includes an aquarium, water features and greenhouses in addition to the many other attractions of this tropical paradise.

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Orto Botanico di Palermo

Gaze to your heart’s content at the colours and breathe in the marvellous scents in this botanical garden paradise, which acts also as a research and educational institution of the Department of Botany of the University of Palermo.

Lying within the city of Palermo at approximately 10 metres above sea level, it covers about 30 acres on a bed of limestone.  The gardens go back to around 1779, with the new garden opening in 1795, but the entire area has been managed by the Department of Botany since 1985.  It includes an aquarium, water features and greenhouses in addition to the many other attractions of this tropical paradise.