Villa Garibaldi is a public garden created between 1861 and 1864 by the architect Giovan Battista Filippo Basile to celebrate the birth of the Kingdom of Italy.
The villa is characterized by beautiful vegetation and busts of protagonists of the Risorgimento. The main attraction is the Ficus Macrophylla, planted in 1863, which for its size seems to be the largest tree in Europe.
Inside the garden there is also a municipal playroom (3 – 11 years) whose operation depends on the allocation of municipal funds. The playroom is currently closed. A real shame, because in addition to being beautiful, it is also an opportunity for growth and integration for the children of the neighborhood.