In the middle of the Sixteenth century, Villa Torrigiani belonged to the king of France's ambassador, during which time the main lay-out was given to the gardens. The Flora garden with fountains and secret paths are still those of the original garden. At the beginning of the Nineteenth century it was bought by the Torrigiani family and the English garden came into being. Two huge Liriodendron tulipifera and a Platanus acerifolia are the most impressive trees amongst the many growing in the lovely garden. Surface 9 hectares. Visit 2 hours, including the ground floor of the villa.