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Royal Botanical Garden



  • View of the garden

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Royal Botanical Garden


Royal Botanical Garden


Timetables

From Nov 01 to Feb 28
 10:00 to 18:00


From Mar 01 to Mar 31
 10:00 to 19:00


From Apr 01 to Apr 30
 10:00 to 20:00


From May 01 to Aug 31
 10:00 to 21:00


From Sep 01 to Sep 30
 10:00 to 20:00


From Oct 01 to Oct 31
 10:00 to 19:00


Royal Botanical Garden


Prices

General: €4
Reduced: €2
Children: Admission free

Royal Botanical Garden


Services

Route adapted for the disabled, Ruta adaptada para personas con discapacidad.

Royal Botanical Garden


Description

This is one of the most unusual botanical gardens in Europe, and the perfect place to learn all about Spanish flora. You'll be able to enjoy nature in an atmosphere of peace and quiet as you stroll among its over 5,000 species of living plants. A curious fact is that this garden was responsible for preserving the material brought back from the scientific expeditions to South America in the 18th and 19th centuries. What will you see? The most diverse collection of plants in the whole country. Strolling around its landscaped terraces you'll see aromatic plants, a collection of old roses, an ancient display of the most typical olive trees in Spain, and unique trees like a 200-year-old cypress and a Himalayan cedar. Its greenhouses include one dedicated to tropical and aquatic plants, and another divided into three climate types (tropical, humid and desert) with examples of their most interesting plants. Don't leave without seeing the cactus collection from the deserts of South Africa and Namibia, the repertoire of carnivorous plants, and the exhibition of bonsais donated by the ex-president of the government, Felipe González.

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