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All reviews plants and trees water lilies relaxing walk restful place natural setting tranquil oasis large garden fig tree we enjoyed walking green space spent several hours euro entry fee couple of hours interesting place two hours cactus botanical
The reason I’ve only given this park 3 stars is that a lot of it is so untidy and unkempt! Ok I come from England where our gardens tend to be very tidy and loved, but so much of this park seems to be left...More
Yes - many many different species of trees but interesting for all that. Probably a good idea to have some deet in your pocket as there are certainly some pretty vicious (and invisible!) biting insects hiding in the bushes. Next door to the Villa Giulia,...More
My husband and I visited this botanical garden on a Sunday at the end of September and loved our visit. It was a reasonable six euros each entry fee and the gardens are large enough to keep you occupied for a good couple of hours....More
Looking a little tired and uncared for but this is Sicily and not West London and no doubt money is tighter there and the weather less accommodating, though local plants ought not to mind! Quite an extensive area and given to showing multiple examples of...More
Many University botanical gardens have free access, so we paid the 12 euros with high expectations. The garden is medium sized, plants are interesting. We did not enjoy due to mosquitos, each of us had 3-4 stings.
These Gardens are located near Foro Italico and bounded on two sides by Foro Italico Umberto 1 and Via Lincoln, it is also Stop 5 on the Red line of the Sightseeing Bus. After viewing the English Gardens and the seafront promenade we thought that...More
OK so you wouldn’t expect Kew Gardens but this was really disappointing - particularly for 6 euros a head.
Overgrown, dirty, badly maintained - this could be such s lovely place as it has a lot of lovely specimens but goodness knows where the gate...More