21 Jan Top Garden Tours
Gardens are places which allows you to have the right calm when you need to move away from the bustle of city life. There are many gardens around the world which are known for its beauty and creativity. These gardens are changing the way people view a generic garden to be. Here are some of the most beautiful examples of gardens which can give you the best experience.
Chateau de Versailles, Versailles, France
This is a very famous garden which was designed by landscape artists Andre Le Notre which was laid out on the gardens of Paris in the year 17th century. The garden has a sun which wanted to magnify the glory of the palace at Versailles. This is a garden which is also a riddle which will lead you through many flower beds, a quiet corner and other classical statuary, ornamental lakes and the canal that king Louis which used to the gondola rides.
Royal Botanic Garden at Kew, Kew, England
This is a 132 hectare of landscaped ground with greenhouses which is a very popular feature of the gardens. There are many domes and botanical sciences that have kept the park in its elegant settings for more than 16 kilometres. There are also temperate houses, bonsai houses, palm houses and other climatic zones, etc.
Powerscourt Gardens, Ireland
The gardens which is at the grand Palladian Villa at Powersports of South Dublin. This is an 18th-century design which is 47 acres of formal walled grounds with shaded ponds. There are many grounds, waterfall, parks, gardens pavilions and other fine-lined arbours which was added during the Italian Renaissance. This garden has some of the most beautiful cascading terraces and a landscape which was designed to have a frame to look over the beauty of the Wicklow Mountains.
Butchart Gardens, Vancouver Islands, British Columbia
Butchart Gardens is one such example of a successful reclamation project. This is a place which had exhausted its value over a quarry. Later, the vision of Jennie Butchart wife of the Poland cement owner, she brought in some soil from the nearby farms and changed the place into something beautiful. He vision today is laid over 55 acres of land with more than 700 varieties of plants to bloom.
Villa d’Este, Tivoli, Italy
This is a Renaissance cardinal which was dedicated to making the life of the Tivoli much more bearable. This was an embellished garden with complex fountains. It is also listed as one of Italy’s 31 major historical sites by UNESCO. This is one place which can easily bewitch anyone with the mossy fountains and some of the best architecture Italy has to offer.