Feast your eyes on Michelangelo Pistoletto's "Third Paradise" – a masterpiece of 121 olive trees, arranged in double rows to form three large concentric circles – that symbolises the union between heaven and earth. Back on the ground, take the artist's invitation and walk the winding road among the rows, becoming part of the work as you go. It's ...
- * Admission to the Bosco di San Francesco
- * Free WiFi
- * Comfortable shoes recommended * Dogs are allowed, but only on a leash There is an equipped picnic area. ** Free entrance, no ticket required for:** * Kids up to 5 years old * Disabled visitors and their companion ** There are two entry options: ** * Show your smartphone ticket at either entrance * From the square of the Upper Basilica of San Francesco: access is via a door in the perimeter wall of the square * From the valley floor at the Benedictine complex of Santa Croce * Parking is available at via San Vittorino at the Benedictine complex of Santa Croce * Bus parking is at the beginning of Via San Vittorino
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