Subjects :Colossus of the Apennines, the giant sculpture half man half mountain, high over ten meters made by the Flemish artist Jean de Boulogne, known as Giambologna in the second half of the sixteenth century.
Recommended equipment :I would definitely recommend a combined wide-angle to tele in order to reach and isolate the farms and dozens of houses and elements sprinkled throughout the area, as well as birdlife.
Best months :Unfortunately is regularly open only in summer, you can also access it on written request at other times.
How to get there :From Florence take the way Bolognese SR65, after the village of Montorsoli way Bolognese becomes Via Fiorentina, continue for about 3km, the park is located with access from the road indicated, also it has a large parking lot unguarded.
Visits :The park is open from April until October, on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, from 10 am to 20, with 'can gratuito.E input also visit the park the other day, making a request to the Directorate.