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I've been to Geneva twice and stumbled into these gardens both times and I have to say, it is one of my favourite places in the city. It is big and sprawling with loads of smaller gardens (a rock garden, a Japanese garden etc...) and...More
I visited the gardens during a break from a conference nearby and was pleasantly surprised by the beauty of the gardens. One may walk on paths through different botanical landscapes where information about the different plants and trees is listed on signs. There are benches...More
My boyfriend and I had a day to spend in Geneva and not a huge budget to play with (two things that don't really go together in this city!) However this garden is the exception. It's a beautiful place to visit and we especially enjoyed...More
We entered the garden around 19.00 and were strolling around for a while. At about 19.39 we were told by a guard that the park was closing. We went to the gate -and it was closed! So were two other entrences!!! No one answered the...More
Had a great morning here, and the best thing is it's free! Not far from United Nations building and the chair. If you like nice gardens and conservatories this is for you - the cafe is great too (unfortunately with Geneva prices).
It is next to the WTO . I spent a whole day and did not feels tire.Very green garden with varieties of pans and trees. Some animals are there. A children park is inside also. This big garden has a Alps environment.
Relatives of ours were visiting Geneva and one of the sites we took them to was the Botanical Gardens. In the city itself; the only problem may be finding a parking spot. Best solution - take a bus. Definitely worth it. So many flowering plants...More
Took visiting family from grandparents to babies for a visit for the first time in 20 years. Absolutely great, all free and very informative. Only had to pay for the merry go round but that's OK.
.... spend a relaxing hour in the botanical gardens nearby. The gardens are beautifully kept and a joy to visit. I particularly like the hot houses with tropical and semi-tropical plants. The sense garden is also worth a visit if you want a really sensual...More