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The Historic Botanical Garden of La Concepcion is an English landscape garden with more than 150 years of history. Located at the northern entrance of the Spanish city of Malaga, it is one of the few gardens with subtropical climate plants that...more
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This was an interesting place to visit & not far from the centre of Malaga. An entrance fee of €5.30 per adult & €3.20 for children. There are many walkways, some are paved & others just rough ground. You can choose difficult or easy routes....More
The gardens were beautiful and the map allowed us to see everything on offer. There were opportunities to sit or walk in the shade which were most welcome in 30°C heat.
The tickets are reasonably priced at about 5€ each and we ended up spending...More
...and this is coming from someone who is into formula one and not F1 hybrids! I am coming to the realisation that Malaga is not just a transit point but a real destination worth exploring properly.One part of your expedition to enlightenment should be La...More
It is a really good place to hide from the sun on a warm summer day. Large place with lots of plants, trees, cosy corners and historical buildings. We had two kids with us (3 years and 11 years) and it could be nice with...More
Botanical Gardens La Concepcion is 3 miles north of Malaga & supposed to be one of the best Botanical Gardens in Europe. Entrance E5.20, seniors E3.10. Open Tues to Sun 09.30-20.30. Bus, No. 2 goes from east side of river north of Puente Aurora on...More
Easy to reach from the main bus station next to the main Renfe train station. The small bus is run by Malaga council and drops you outside the main entrance. Leaves at 11:00, 12:15, 13:30, 15:30,16:45,18:00, 19:00 from stand 2.
The obvious suggested route is Bus2 to San Jose but then you need to walk over a mile to the gardens which I suppose I would describe as “tired” and in need of investment.
A much better idea, which is free, is to go down...More