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Rare plant enthusiasts have the chance to admire truly special species at the most beautiful botanical gardens in Europe. From exotic plants to species that grow only in mountainous areas, these gardens offer a delightful view. We have put together a list of the most impressive and peaceful gardens you can visit next time you find yourself wandering through Europe:

1.Berlin-Dahlem, Germany

Berlin-Dahlem, Germany

Spread over almost 43 hectares, the Botanical Garden of Berlin has over 22,000 species of plants. Consisting of the Botanical Museum, a huge herbarium, a scientific library, and many greenhouses, this botanical garden was established in the late 1800s. This was the place where Berliners could admire exotic plants. Currently, its main attraction is the Grand Pavilion, considered the largest greenhouse in the world. Greenhouses with tropical plants are spectacular, especially if you visit them in winter.

2. Claude Monet's Garden, Giverny, France

The garden of the painter, Claude Monet in Giverny, is lovely. It was opened to the public 54 years after Monet’s death, in 1980, and every year hundreds of thousands of tourists admire the special plant species. Visitors can enjoy the colorful spectacle of the flower garden called Clos Normand and relax in a Japanese-inspired water garden. The garden’s beauty was reflected in Claude Monet’s paintings, but it also inspired other famous artists to create their works. Claude Monet’s garden may not be as large and diverse as others in Europe, but it certainly has an impressive history, with many painters, poets, or musicians crossing its alleys.

3. Exotic gardens in Monaco, France

Exotic gardens in Monaco, France
Jardin Exotique in Monaco is a place that no plant lover should miss. Set in steps, this garden is a real gem: both due to the rare species of plants it has and the perspective it offers on the city is located at a height. Jardin Exotique was opened to the public in 1933, and its main attraction is cacti of impressive size. Visitors can also admire rare plants brought from arid areas of Mexico, Central America, the USA, or Africa.

4. Gardens at Trauttmansdorff Castle, Merano, Italy

Gardens at Trauttmansdorff Castle, Merano, Italy
Despite its German name, the Trauttmansdorff Castle Gardens are in Italy. Spread over 12 hectares, they are divided into 80 different areas, depending on the origin of the exposed plants. Thus, we can walk through the forests of the world, through water gardens, exotic, stepped gardens, or British-inspired gardens.

5. Kew Botanical Garden, London, England

Kew Botanical Gardens, London, England

Kew Gardens is one of the largest botanical gardens globally, where over 30,000 plants offer a spectacle of nature. To take advantage of its beauties, visitors should turn to a guide to better explain what this charming place has to offer. In addition to the plants themselves, the way they are arranged is fascinating.

6. Copenhagen Botanical Garden, Denmark

Botanical Gardens in Padua, Italy
The Danes are proud of the Copenhagen Botanical Garden, which contains around 13,000 plants. It is famous for its 27 spectacular greenhouses, which date back to the 1800s.

7. Botanical Garden in Padua, Italy

Botanical Gardens in Padua, Italy

Many say that Orto Botanico is the most beautiful botanical garden in Italy. If not the most beautiful, it is certainly the oldest: it is one of the few gardens that has survived since its establishment – 1545. It is the only university botanical garden that has survived so far. It has been a source of inspiration for other important gardens in the world. What is interesting about it is that you can see the same plants that were exposed in the 16th century. Here you have the opportunity to see, among other things, poisonous or carnivorous plants.

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