Giardino botanico Reale di Edimburgo
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January 07, 2019
Absolutly stunning huge Garden and beautiful oversee to Edinburgh city.
Lovely gardens and greenhouse. Visit the garden shops for botanical art souvenirs.
Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden is the second oldest such garden in Britain. Within its magnificent 70-acres are a herbarium and Britain's biggest palm house, a tropical house with exotic orchids, an alpine house, a terraced moorland garden, a heather garden, and an extensive arboretum with rare…
Going for a stroll through the Botanical garden is a joy any time of the year (my favourite time is autumn). The glasshouses are a treat and the restaurant in the middle serves great lunch, coffee and cake. Go outside the cafe to catch a great view of the castle.
Lovely place to learn about plants and is free. Small charge for glasshouse. A relaxing stroll in the gardens on way to Stockbridge or city. Walking distance from house.
Perfect if you like green space. The JohnHope gateway has a nice shop for plants and souvenirs.
Absolutely stunning botanic gardens up the road (about a twenty minute walk or take the number 8 bus). Free entrance year-round (except the glass houses, which are worth the price in the summer).
Parkland and gardens for scientific centre for the study of plants, their diversity and conservation. Great place for a stroll, with a cafe and restaurant. Good views south towards city centre.
A calm serene place for a leisurely walk. Full of beautiful plants, flowers, trees and huge green houses.
Visiting the Botanical Garden is a very relaxing day out. There is a lot to see here, including an art gallery in Inverleith House. If it's a rainy day, visit the hothouses to see the tropical plants.
The world famous Botanics are a must see, whatever the season. Explore the glasshouses and have a break in their tearoom with views of the city's skyline.
Gorgeous gardens to walk in summer/winter. No dogs allowed. Cafe there. Near Stockbridge.
Stunning large cultivated gardens with different 'rooms' for each area - from the Japanese area to the rockery and from the arboretum to the green houses, loads to see and enjoy. Three cafes in the gardens. All good coffee. The one up on the hill has the best views. Free entry but green houses take…
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is a world-renowned scientific centre for the study of plants, their diversity and conservation.
It's so easy to while away a few hours in these stunning botanical gardens. It's free for entry and there are a maze of different paths and plants to explore. Sit outside the Terrace Cafe not he top of the hill for views over the city.