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Jardin Botanico Historico La Concepcion

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Jardin Botanico Historico La Concepcion

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Camino del Jardin Botanico 3, 29014 Malaga Spain
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Pablo Picasso was one of the 20th-century's greatest painters and his life and work are showcased at the Picasso Museum (Museo Picasso) in Malaga, his birthplace. Make your visit worry-free and save time by prebooking your admission online with Viator. Then, just head inside and explore the galleries—home to more than 200 of Picasso’s works—and the temporary exhibitions, all with an audio guide for background and context.
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Margaux M wrote a review Sep 2020
Belgium16 contributions
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A perfect place to walk in nature and see what kind of plants there are in the world. My companion on the trip studies biology so he had a lot of interesting facts, but if you're not as lucky there is a tour around the gardens which I believe leaves at 12. There are also a lot of small frogs and other interesting little animals in the water and the trees.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Ogi0 wrote a review Aug 2020
Sofia, Bulgaria13,622 contributions475 helpful votes
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Very interesting botanical garden, there is an old part of more than 100 years, with waterfalls and tree-covered paths, as well as a new part - cactus garden, observation post, garden with useful plants, etc. There is a coffee and toilets in the garden, and if you want to see it all, be prepared for ascents and descents.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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FarAway819837 wrote a review Aug 2020
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My partner and I visited on Friday, having heard good things about the gardens. I initially wasn't sure it'd be very good in August, both because of the heat and because of the possibility of lots of visitors, but I needn't have been concerned. There is a lot of shade as there are so many tall trees and, as its away from the main tourism hub of Málaga, not too many visitors. We spent 4 hours there, including lunch, but could have easily been there for much longer. Lunch in the cafe there was tasty, homemade, nutricious and great value, but there are also lots of picnic tables dotted around the garden grounds, great for families and people on a narrow budget who'd like to bring their own food. My favourite bits from this visit were the bamboo forest, the quiche in the cafe and the views, but I think we're likely to visit again and again so those may change. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Patrick East wrote a review Jun 2020
Chicago, Illinois306 contributions71 helpful votes
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Someone who has lived in the Malaga area for a long time suggested me to visit this botanic garden. Definitely worth a visit, it has a nice set up and some interesting plants, trees,flowers art work etc. Everything you would expect in a botanic garden and then some.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Barry Leslie wrote a review Mar 2020
nova scotia17 contributions20 helpful votes
We visited these gardens on our last full day in the region. We stumbled upon it online. It is very easy to find and had lots of parking if you have a car. Buses from city centre to the Gardens operate on a regular basis. The gardens are extensive. You should alot at least 3 hours for the visit. Take water with you, as it can get quite hot even in the spring. There is a small restaurant on site at the entrance. The number of varieties of species and the care given to them and the paths/roads through the park make this a relaxing learning experience. The history of the park and accompanying artifacts add to the overall feeling of being in a separate world from nearby Malaga.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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