1. The Gardens of Versailles, France
2. Keukenhof Flower Fields, The Netherlands'
Keukenhof park is home to more than 7 million Dutch tulips each spring. From late April through early May, the world’s most extensive floral garden is available to the public. In the Netherlands, the blooming of the tulips is one of the country’s most anticipated festivals.
3. The gardens of the Villa D'este, Rome, Italy
The Ville d’Este gardens in Tivoli, Italy, are a spectacular example of Italian Renaissance design. This beautiful garden is a part of Europe’s UNESCO World Heritage List. The Garden of 1000 Fountains is about 30 kilometers from Rome and is open all year. This is a beautiful garden with a tiered design and water fountains that play hydraulic music.
4. Isola Bella Gardens, Italy
In the center of Lake Maggiore, you’ll find the Isola Bella Gardens. Beautiful examples of Baroque palaces and gardens may be seen in the Borromean Islands off the coast of Northern Italy.
The Borromean Gulf’s temperate environment allows the Isola Bella gardens to host various unusual and exotic plants. In addition, ponds, fountains, and even white peacocks will complete the magnificent scenery for your vacation photos.
5. Petrin Hill, Prague
To escape the hordes of visitors, go to Petrin Hill. The lush greenery and meandering roads leading to the stunning views of Prague’s bridges and castle make this area unique. The Petrin Hill tower, which can be found at the top of the trails in the gardens, provides stunning views over the city. The park of Petrin Hill are among the finest in Europe. Spending a day or two just relaxing and enjoying the beautiful scenery is easy.
6.The gardens of Marqueyssac, France
The suspended gardens of Marqueyssac, France, are perhaps the most remarkable in Europe. Andre le Notre, the mastermind behind the one of Versailles, designed this breathtaking vista of the Dordogne Valley.
The topiary art of 150,000 hand-trimmed boxwoods, arranged in a maze-like network of walkways, makes these gardens unique. On the grounds of 17th-century chateaus, the Dordogne valley may be seen. On Thursday nights, the garden is illuminated by candlelight for a wonderfully enchanting experience.
7. Mainau Gardens, Germany
There is always something growing on the island of Mainau. Lake Constance is the location of this stunning landscape. English roses may thrive in a semi-tropical environment. Prince Nikolaus von Esterhazy designed the garden in the late 1800s. Visitors flock to this 45-hectare garden year-round for the annual orchid exhibit that marks the beginning of spring.