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For its beauty, its history, its charm… These gardens are a must for garden lovers and travelers looking for something different.
A word of warning: there is only one garden in Spain representing the wonderful orchards we have in our country.
We promise to make a series of national must-sees in the future, there are many and very beautiful ones.
But the planet is very big and this selection proposes a trip around the world through the most impressive gardens, with more charm or with a lot of history behind.
From cactus to fruit trees in bloom, through the classic hedge mazes or colorful explosions of flowering plants, all the gardens we show you will invite you to dream and travel with your imagination. Shall we go?
Next to the citadel of Arcen, between the Meuse River and the German border, is Kasteeltuinen, a beautiful complex of gardens – up to 15 of different styles – covering 32 hectares.
Lakes, bridges and pavilions populate this orchard in the Chinese province of Suzhou.
It owes its name to one of its former owners, an official who retired there to take care of his garden.
It is a World Heritage Site and one of the most visited in Asia.
The chateaux of the Loire Valley have wonderful gardens.
One of the most beautiful and famous are those of the Chateau de Villandry, with terraces landscaped in different styles, water features with canals and waterfalls…
They are one of the attractions of the wonderful set of the Andalusian city of Alhambra.
The Generalife palace is surrounded by a series of courtyards and gardens with fountains, irrigation ditches… a marvel.
Botanical garden and preserved vegetation area on the island of Kauai, in the Hawaiian archipelago.
It has one of the most complete collections of Polynesian plants in a stunning natural setting.
Located near Amsterdam, Keukenhof is the largest and best known flower park in the world.
The plantings of tulips and many other flowers – 7 million bulbs are planted each year – leave you speechless.
Recommended in April and May, in full bloom.
In addition to being a leading botanical research center, the Kew garden -southwest of London- is one of the most visited gardens in England.
It has several gigantic greenhouses and other buildings, such as the famous pagoda built by architect Sir William Chambers.
A little-known gem on the outskirts of Lisbon.
The Marques de Fronteira palace includes delightful gardens and the ensemble will transport you back to the 17th and 18th centuries, with its stone steps, tiled fountains and manicured hedges.
Crathes Castle, in Scotland’s Aberdeenshire region, is surrounded by fields, woods and gardens of various types, separated by ancient Irish yew hedges dating back to the 1700s.
One of the most visited places in Marrakech.
Restored in the 80’s by Yves Sant Lauren, it was originally designed in 1924 by the artist Jacques Majorelle, surrounding his famous blue art deco villa.