The sixth Diverdeinverde will open the gates and doors of 50 private gardens in the town centre of Bologna and the hillsides from Friday, 17 May to Sunday, 21 May 2019.
- Friday, 17 May: 3–7 p.m.
- Saturday, 18 May 2017: 10 a.m.–1 p.m. and 4–7 p.m.
- Sunday, 19 May: 10 a.m.–1 p.m. and 4–7 p.m.
A limited number of gardens will be open all day.
Visitors can buy a three-day pass for all the gardens and events (available at mid-April). The pass can be purchased for 10 euros until May 16 and for 12 euros starting Friday, 17 May.
Free admission for children under thirteen.
– Bologna Welcome, Piazza Maggiore 1/e – 051 6583111
–Natura Sì, via de’ Toschi 5, via Po 3, via Montefiorino 2, viale della Repubblica 23
–Flò Fiori, via Saragozza 23/b
–Senape Vivaio Urbano, via Santa Croce 10/abc
–ZOO, Strada Maggiore 50/a
In Casalecchio di Reno: Natura Sì, via Porrettana 388
In San Giovanni in Persiceto: Natura Sì, via Bologna 15/b
In San Lazzaro di Savena: Natura Sì, via Emilia 234
– IAT Imola, Galleria Centro Cittadino – via Emilia 135
– Natura Sì, via della Resistenza 6/a
During the event, card is on sale also in some of the gardens: at the Arena Orfeonica, via Broccaindosso 50 (our headquarters, we wait for you), in the gardens of Palazzo Rosselli Del Turco, via Santo Stefano 63, Fondazione Zucchelli, vicolo Malgrado 3/2, Casa Masetti Zannini, via Cà Selvatica 4, in those of via Pietralata 16 and via Capo di Lucca 12/a (Saturday and Sunday only, for this last one) and at indicated bicycle rentals.
Diverdeinverde will take place regularly also in the event of bad weather.
Not all gardens are open for the duration of the event; in some gardens, in addition, entrance is allowed only in specific times and with guided tours.
The entry ticket has your name on it and must be shown with an identity card.
Most of the gardens unfortunately are not accessible with wheelchairs, but if you contact us we can you a list of gardens “more or less” accessible”.
Dogs are not allowed.