The Uffizi Galleries bring together three extraordinary museum complexes, which contain the core of the collections of art, precious artisan-made objects, books, and plants belonging to the Medici, Habsburg-Lorraine and Savoy families. These treasures have contributed to the fame of the Uffizi, Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens over the years. Together they form one of the most important culture hubs in the world. Directly behind Pitti Palace are the marvellous Boboli Gardens. Begun in 1549 and designed by Tribolo, for Duchess Eleonora of Toledo, destined to become a model for many European courts. The vast green expanse with a regular layout is a real outdoor museum, populated by ancient and Renaissance statues.
Cantiere Creativo designed the map which is being handed to the tourists at the Gardens, featuring a flat and a 3d design, plus illustrations for all the landmarks and dos and don'ts.