Have you visited a garden that you could have misjudged as a paradise? There are stunning botanical and public gardens that are enough to allow you to escape from your daily habits into an intriguing place to appreciate the natural beauty of life.
Whether you are an artist looking for your next inspiration for creativity or you’re aiming to amuse yourself by sightseeing a natural charm or being away for a while from the noise and bustle of the city, there are amazing gardens around the world that are a must-see for you regardless.
We all deserve to be in a surreal environment; now try to imagine being encircled by a bunch of delightful and colorful flowers too! We have written down some of the world’s most exceptional gardens you should visit.
1. Monet’s Gardens, Paris
With over 500,000 people visiting Claude Monet’s Gardens, you shouldn’t miss out on this magnificent-looking garden located approximately 70 kilometers northwest of Paris.
Art lovers are known to wander in crowds around the house and garden where the French painter lived and died because it looks precisely like something drawn out of a painting.
2. Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens, Japan
The Koishikawa Korakuen Garden is one of the oldest gardens in the world and a green haven for some peace in the pure desert of central Tokyo, Japan.
The gardens are composed of artificial hills and ponds surrounded by paths ideal for an hour or less stroll or a much-needed meditation.
3. Arundel Castle Gardens, England
If you’re looking for a dream garden as an artist, then this English and tropical-looking garden in Arundel, West Sussex, England, is undoubtedly for you!
The grounds of Arundel Castle are a masterpiece of over 60,000 tulips and over 120 different species blooming into bulbs and colored flowers enough to catch anyone’s attention and leave you mesmerized.
4. Aswan Botanical Garden, Egypt
The Aswan Botanical Garden in Egypt, filled with a thousand beautiful birds, covers over 16 acres of a hundred varieties of exotic and imported flowers.
You can find it on Kitchener’s island in the Nile, and a decent place to enjoy the scenic beauty while cruising to an Egyptian sunset.
5. Dubai Miracle Garden, Dubai
The Dubai Miracle Garden contains nearly 150 million flowers. It is extraordinary because of the yearly change in its floral structures and presentations by different horticulturists and garden designers.
You can come back here as often as possible because you’d never return to the same view!
6. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, South Africa
The Botanical Garden was founded in 1913, and it is famous for its jaw-dropping beauty and variety of the display of Cape flora. Located on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch, the garden is renowned as one of the seven most magnificent botanical gardens in South Africa; that covers 90 hectares of land and supports a diverse fynbos flora and natural forest.
7. Villa D’Este Gardens, Italy
The Italian masterpiece and the 16th-century Villa d’Este Gardens are found in Tivoli, near Rome, and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The terraced hillside and Renaissance garden is a beautiful sight with its plethora of 51 fountains. Villa d’Este Gardens have an Italian state museum as its main building, which is also impressive.
8. Volksgarten (People’s Gardens, Austria)
The Volksgarten (People’s Garden), which is laid out in the French Baroque style and located in the Innere Stadt first district of Vienna, Austria, is also in the form of an English public park that is open and free for everyone.
The garden is a relatively large rose garden with over 3,000 rose bushes and 200 different types of roses, which was created by Ludwig Remy in 1821 and arranged to be a part of the Hofburg Palace grounds.
9. Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Thailand
The 500-acre botanical garden is the most extensive botanical garden in South East Asia and an impressive tourist attraction in Chonburi Province, Thailand.
Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden dates back to 1954; Pisit and Nongnooch Tansacha purchased 600 acres of land to build a fruit plantation but kicked against it and turned it into a wildlife conservation project which was opened to the public in 1980.
It is a superb place for a family trip and one of the most beautiful gardens in the world.
10. Las Pozas, Mexico
The surrealist-structured gardens began in 1962 and were created from the unique vision of the wealthy British poet Edward James. It features over 80 acres of waterfalls and is cradled in a subtropical rainforest in the Sierra Gorda mountains of Mexico.
Las Pozas gardens are filled with luxuriant jungle vegetation and vibrant orchids that display more than 30 surrealist sculptures; some resemble staircases, plants, and cathedral screens, and others look almost incomplete, like the artist’s intentions.
These are just a few out of many. Let us know your favorite garden from the ones we’ve listed and where you’d like to have a vacation surrounded by dreamy and natural flowers.