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Probably the best value for money for garden loving people at only 1.50 euro's per person. It is open until 14.00 hours and then again in the evening. There is a cafeteria and an excellent museum within the grounds.
We walked to this attraction near the old walls and were a bit underwhelmed. It is worth a look but does not display a particularly wide selection of plants , trees or shrubs. There is a small restaurant and a recently constructed museum which is...More
We always visit the botanical garden of a city when we visit so also this one. A nice walk through but no flowers what so ever and pretty dry. I visited in July so very warm season but looking at the sort of garden I...More
Do not expect this botanic garden to be full of flowers, this place is more about citrus trees, cactuses, special exotic trees and bushes and palm trees, there are also roses and others. I was there in the end of april, its mostly green and...More
We usually enjoy visiting gardens but unfortunately this was a disappointment and not worth the long walk from the historic centre of Cordoba. It may have been the time of year (November) and be better in the Spring and Summer but it really did appear...More
A bit of a disappointment after visiting alcazar. No flowers to be seen except for in the rose garden but even that wasn't spectacular. The most interesting thing was seeing all the fruit trees but this isn't anything special as the majority of Spain's roads...More
I expected a lot, and it's nice but nothing extraordinary.
Most of the museums and buidlings were closed, but maybe it's because it was not the season anymore.
It's still a nice place, but not a must-do at all.
Obviously at this time of year there aren't that many flowers out but there is a nice cafeteria at sensible prices, especially as the cafe in the zoo opposite is closed. Also we have a pot plant on our patio which we couldn't find the...More
We visited in the middle of the hottest sept for 40 years so the gardens were not at their best. However there is a good indoor diplay of fossilised flora which is fascinating and a cheap cafe which did great coffee etc.