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There are lots of different trees and other plants in this extensive and free to enter garden. The buildings seem to be closed and some of the area has a bit of a neglected look to it. However it was being well used on the...More
As bird watchers we came here when our cruise ship docked in Montevideo for the day. It was a short taxi ride from the cruise terminal. There is an information office inside the garden but we couldn’t get a map. The garden isn’t huge but...More
The Botanical Garden features mostly trees. We had hoped to learn more about indigenous varieties, but the garden features exotics from around the world. Still, the trails are pleasant and the shade is refreshing. A nice stroll through an urban oasis.
I visited the garden on a beautiful sunny day in October. I liked the relaxed atmosphere, with many local people enjoying a lazy Sunday afternoon with family or friends, picknicking or just relaxing in the shade of the trees. The garden is a bit overgrown...More
This is one of Montevideo´s wonderfully treed parks. Signs on many trees are explanatory, and there are some beautiful fountains with lily pads and sculptures. The cool breeze was most welcome. Not too big to walk all the way around.
The jardim botanico might be a bit less interesting than the private botanical garden that is nearer to Monte, but in the en this is the real botanical garden. It is less fancy and more to the ground and you might miss some of the...More