What is the first thing you get in mind when you hear the word heaven? Don’t you imagine yourself standing in the middle of a garden with people you love? Isn’t it a heaven for us? For years and years, we were told and believed heaven exists in the form of a garden which consists of exotic beauty and unlimited happiness. If heaven is believed to exist as a garden, why not the gardens on earth could not be a piece of heaven? It is. Wander through the article and find Exotic European gardens to experience and enjoy heaven on earth with your loved ones.
Kew Gardens – London
Flowers are always the symbol of expressing love. Try to express your love to the person you love in one piece of heaven in London. A botanical garden called Kew Gardens is located in southwest London is the perfect spot for it. The Kew Garden comprises more than 50,000 plant species and is the world’s largest and most varied botanical garden. The garden is 121 hectares (300 acres) in size and has well-known structures, including the Princess of Wales Conservatory, the Temperate House, and the Palm House. Kew Gardens is a significant botanical study and instruction hub and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Keukenhof Gardens – Netherlands
The world-famous tulip garden Keukenhof Gardens, sometimes called the Garden of Europe, is situated in Lisse, Netherlands. Over 7 million tulips, daffodils, and other bulb flowers are displayed in the garden’s 32 hectares (79 acres) space in a breathtaking display of colour and smell. Keukenhof is a well-liked tourist attraction for people who enjoy flowers because it is open to the public for only eight weeks out of the year, usually from late April to mid-May. The garden features winding walkways, canals, ponds, sculpted gardens, tulip displays, sculptures, fountains, and greenhouses.
Royal Botanic Garden – Edinburgh
The Royal Botanic Garden is a renowned horticultural and scientific institution in Edinburgh, Scotland. It was established in 1670, making it the second-oldest botanic garden in Britain and one of the world’s top institutions for botanical study and preservation. A variety of flora from all over the world is displayed in the 70-hectare (173 acres) landscape, including a rock garden, a Victorian palm house, and various speciality gardens, including the Chinese Hillside and the Queen Mother Memorial Garden.
Schonbrunn Castle Garden – Vienna
Located in Vienna, Austria, Schonbrunn Palace was once an imperial holiday home. The castle’s grounds are a well-liked tourist destination, and the palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Schonbrunn castle garden is a giant playground for grown-ups. This piece of heaven is filled with flower beds, fountains, a maze and, last but not least, a zoo too! And the best part is the Gloriette! It appears like a fancy fort where you can picnic with a breathtaking view. There is also a cafe inside where you grab a coffee or cake. This garden is an adult version of a treehouse.
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Kylemore Abbey Garden – Connemara
In Connemara, County Galway, Ireland, there is an ancient walled garden called Kylemore Abbey Garden. The garden is a part of Kylemore Abbey, a 1920-founded Benedictine monastery. The garden, which is 6 hectares (15 acres) in size, has a variety of plants, including a Japanese Garden, Victorian glasshouses, and a lovely lake surrounded by trees. A doll museum and a chapel in the Gothic style are also included. There is always a flock of people visiting this iconic garden of Ireland at any time of the year. It is accessible to the general public all year long and provides guided tours, beautiful walks, and a variety of other events and activities.
Borghese Garden – Rome
The Borghese Gardens sometimes referred to as the Villa Borghese Gardens, are an Italian city of Rome’s landscaped park. One of Rome’s biggest parks, the garden has an area of about 80 hectares (198 acres). It was created in the 17th century for Cardinal Scipione Borghese, a well-known art patron, and is now a well-liked tourist attraction. The Borghese Gallery, which has a significant collection of Renaissance and Baroque art, the Temple of Aesculapius, and the Borghese Fountain are just a few famous sites in the area. A lake, many museums, including the Museum of Modern Art, and a variety of trees, flowers, and groomed areas can be found in the park.
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Claude Monet’s Gardens, Giverny
The renowned Impressionist artist Claude Monet designed the gardens at Giverny, France. The Clos Normand, a floral garden, and the Japanese-style water garden are the two primary sections of the garden. The Clos Normand is well known for its magnificent floral display and is divided into several vibrant flower beds with roses, poppies, and irises. The water garden, regarded as one of France’s most beautiful gardens, has a lily pond, a Japanese bridge, and a variety of water plants. Thousands of people flock to Giverny each year to see the gardens, which are still open to the public and served as the model for many of Monet’s well-known works of art.
Arctic-Alpine Botanical Garden – Norway
Troms, Norway, has a botanical garden called the Arctic-Alpine Botanical Garden. It was founded in 1950 to cultivate and preserve Arctic alpine species from all over the world. The garden contains various plants, including trees, shrubs, and flowers from the tundra and the mountains, as well as various greenhouses and outdoor exhibits. The garden is accessible to everyone and offers a special chance for guests to discover and take in the beauty of Arctic-alpine flora.
No matter which time of the year you decide to visit these gardens with your family or friends or solo travel, you will fall in love with every inch and every bit of the garden. Have a heavenly holiday!
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