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A nice stroll away from town. The displays are nicely done and the grounds are well laid out. For fellow geocachers, there is a small cache up the cliff walk. We were hoping to see the sheep but they weren’t around.
A lovely spot to visit. The Garden is listed in the very helpful “On Foot” guide available from the local tourist office but it’s not in the ‘Walking Tour’ route so could easily be missed. I caught the Ecluse funicular to the final stop (Plan),...More
The Botanical Garden can be reached using the Ecluse to Plan Funicular ... from the top it's a 10-15 min. walk. The Garden can also be reached on foot in 15 - 20 min. from the railway station. Entry is free. As well as many...More
If you have visited the house of Duerrenmatt you should visit the
Botanical Garden too. It's very close to walk and you can move between a variety of plants and trees and from the garden you have an wonderful view over the city and the...More
Imagine warm early summer sun small children playing and a beautiful garden to walk through no cost and enter a lovely green house brimming fall of Hugh tropical plants the smell was delightful the colours and textures made for a lovely afternoon plenty of seating...More
The best way of reaching it is via the funicular railway at the top of Rue de Seyon. It is less than 10 minutes walk from the station, down a quite country lane. Once there you can wander amongst the borders and through a small...More
I love going to the botanical gardens to take a break from the office, to walk about, indulge the senses, sit, enjoy a sandwich etc. A well laid out, attractive, botanical garden with a number of walks in the woods, fields, past ponds, bee hives,...More