8 Of The World’s Most Beautiful Gardens To Visit On Your Travels

Jardin Majorelle Morocco

Marrakech is a wonderful place to visit if you’re interested in gardens, particularly the Jardin Majorelle

Keukenhof, Lisse, Holland

it has  iconic landmark awash with swathes of colourful tulips and other bulbs, towering trees, sculptures, water gardens and, of course, the obligatory windmills.

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens

In Cape Town, visit one of the world's most famous botanical gardens on the lower eastern slopes of Table Mountain.

Kew Gardens

While these spectacular gardens have riches throughout the year, Kew’s new winter garden brings to life a forgotten corner of the garden on an elevated site

Gardens By The Bay, Singapore

You’ll need at least half a day to explore everything else in the 250-acre space, including the Flower Dome, the world’s largest glass greenhouse, and Cloud Forest

Boboli Gardens, Florence, Italy

Described as the ‘green lung’ of Florence and essentially an open-air museum, the 111-acre garden features ancient oak trees and green architecture with its branch archways

Gardens Of Versailles, France

Through the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles, you can see these magnificent 17th-century gardens with their beautiful parterres and elaborate fountains.

Tresco Abbey Garden, Tresco Island

Thanks to the Isles of Scilly’s temperate oceanic climate – it’s 28 miles from Cornwall and the warmest place in the British Isles

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