The 7 Most Beautiful Gardens in the World

Strolling in a garden full of colorful flowers should be one of the most peaceful activities in the world! How about wandering in these fragrant gardens all over the world where you can hear the rustling of leaves walking on their shady paths and where bird chirps are not missing?

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1. INHOTIM

It is 1 hour away from the city of Belo Horizento in the South-east region of Brazil. This botanical garden covers an area of 5000 decares. One of the most important cultural locations in Brazil, Inhotim is one of the world’s most famous open-air contemporary art galleries connecting the society with art and nature. It was designed by landscape artist Pedro Nehring in the 1980s. There are many sculptures and creations in the garden.

2. HIDCOTE

Hidcote Garden is located in the town of Cotswolds, in the south west of England. It is located 20 minutes away from Stratford-Upon-Avon county, which is one of the attractions for tourists since it is the birthplace of William Sheaksepeare. This gorgeous garden was created in the early 20th century by American gardener Lawrence Johnston. While walking on long paths in the garden, you can see extraordinary plants brought from all over the world. Hidcote will attract you not only with its extraordinary plant variety but also with its design features.

3. KEUKENHOF

One of the best things to do in the Netherlands is to rent a bike and walk around the Keukenhof gardens. Located half an hour away from Amsterdam, Keukenhof contains millions of colorful tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and other seasonal flowers. You will encounter many greenhouses, streams and ponds in the garden area. There is no satisfaction with the lunch you bring with you in this magnificent garden.

4. YUYUAN

This garden in Shanghai has a total area of five acres. It was built in 1559 during the Ming Dynasty. It was designed by a government official called Pan Yunduan to help their parents live a calm and happy life in their old age. The garden is also known by the name “Yu”. In Chinese, “Yu” means pleasant and satisfying.

5. VILLANDRY

Villandry gardens are located in the Loire Valley in the Center district of France. In the garden where there are large lawn areas, Italian-style waterfalls and gazebos, there are labyrinth-like private gardens that will be of particular interest to the children.

6. DAITOKUJI

Daitokuji is one of Japan’s best spots to experience Zen culture and architecture. There are many temples in this zen garden in the city of Kyoto. The rock gardens around the temples are considered the best of their kind. The garden, which has a magnificent beauty in every season, has maple, cherry, pine, Pand plum trees.

7. JARDIN MAJORELLE

Jardin Majorelle, a small but stunning garden, is located in Marrakech, Morocco. The garden, created by the French artist Jacques Majorelle, was opened to the public in 1947. In 1980, the famous fashion designer Saint-Laurent bought the garden. Some pieces belonging to the personal collection of the famous fashion designer and artistic works of Jardin Majorelle can be seen in the Berber Museum located in the garden.

 

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