With gardens, squares, pools, fountains, sculptures, staircases and a landscaped natural area, Giardino Giusti is a wonderful example of what is called the Renaissance Garden. In fact, it is considered one of the best Renaissance gardens in all of Italy.
Interesting and unique here are the Grotto, which are pleasant acoustic caves, as well as the Labyrinth, one of the oldest mazes in Europe. Alongside all these there are walking and rest paths and decorative corners and a view of Verona.
Over the years, the Giusti Garden, originally designed as a backdrop for the nearby Palazzo Giusti, has won a host of famous critics who visited Italy. Over the years it was visited, among others, by the poet Goethe and the composer Mozart.