We visited here with high hopes but were disappointed. These gardens were once magnificent I sure but appear to have fallen into disrepair. There are wonderful trees and plants here but it is hard to appreciate them because so much is overgrown. We paid 6 euros each to visit here and can only hope that all the money taken on entrance fees is put toward a gardener with a vision who can restore these gardens to their former glory. A good start would be to chop back plants from the paths so it is easier to travel thoughout the grounds.
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