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Botanical Garden

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Botanical Garden

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22 Carl Skottsbergs Gata, Gothenburg 413 19 Sweden
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Gothenburg Central Station42 min
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7-Day Scenic Scandinavian Tour from Stockholm exploring Denmark, Sweden and fjords in Norway
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7-Day Scenic Scandinavian Tour from Stockholm exploring Denmark, Sweden and fjords in Norway

Denmark, Sweden, and Norway offer spectacular countryside scenery and rich local culture, but organizing accommodation and transportation to explore independently can be a challenge. On this tour, explore all three countries over seven action-packed days—with those key logistics included. Exploring in comfort by air-conditioned coach with your guide, discover must-see sites such as the Briksdal glacier, Jostedalsbreen National Park, and Mjøsa Lake.
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rusak wrote a review Oct 5
Jönköping, Sweden494 contributions75 helpful votes
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Definitely one of the best botanical gardens in Sweden! About 3-4 km from city center this amazing place absolutely recommended to visit! Beautiful plants with descriptions, nice waterfall, great atmosphere, helpful and polite staff and stunning nature mostly in city center! We will come back!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Oskar wrote a review Sep 2020
Grenaa, Denmark2 contributions
Really pretty, exciting plants and orderly. Nice information both In German English and Swedish Dikfnrkfkgkglgoohltmmtm
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Bootsyfan wrote a review Aug 2020
Tjockhult202 contributions31 helpful votes
This was a nice surprise. Not so crowdwd, very well kept. On a slope just outside Gothenburg. Interesting Greenhouses and a perfect place for a slow walk to relax your brain. I will go here again in the Autumn and Spring to spot the differences. Never been here before will definitively go back. The restaurant in the garden serve ok food.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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citygbg.se wrote a review Feb 2020
Gothenburg, Sweden15 contributions7 helpful votes
Always open, you visit for free(or give a small donation in the entrance). Lot of flowers, trees amd exhibitions. In winter you should visit the tropical house with flowers/trees from all over the world. Cloe by you also got anggardsbergen(meadow courtyard mountains) where you see trees from other parts of the world. You also see animals like moose, deers and insects from the northern parts of earth. Bring your camera and take some wonderful pictures.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Ozzzzzyb wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom188 contributions83 helpful votes
Although we visited in January, which was slightly bleak, these gardens were beautiful and extensive. We particularly enjoyed he Japanese Dell and the view point form the top of the rock gardens. The greenhouses had a vast array of tropical plants and provided a bit of warmth and shelter! Only 15 minutes from the central station on the tram and a short walk - highly recommend to while away some time in fresh and beautiful surrounds. There is no entry fee, but a suggested donation at the main gate, and then again if you want to enter the greenhouses.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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