Although the gardens were filled with many different plant varieties, they weren't always labelled and we had already seen many on our walk to the temples. There are stairs to go down into the garden, but then going up those stairs, in a blistering sun is really not pleasant. Visit in the early morning hours or late evening.
The garden is very cozy to stroll around in. Planning a route less easy, not any good map. To visit the temple, you must cross railroad tracks. The line doesn't look busy... There was a lot of botanical info and the original watering system, which works to excellence, was very easy to observe. We like 'how things work' so just... 更多
The garden is part of the valley of the temples. There is an extra nominal fee for the garden. It is a bit of a hike down, and the ground is somewhat uneven, but there are rails. It showcases native fruits and flora. Quite a lovely spot, if you like gardens and plants.
The garden is set within the Valley of the Temples - these lush gardens are down a winding path that opens into a small valley with citrus and olive trees and a stream running through. It is a welcome respite from the sun soaked temples. There are masses of oranges, grapefruits and lemons on the trees - I have to... 更多
Known as the "Pool of the Gods" and located in the heart of the "Valley of the Gods" the lush gardens are full of citrus trees, olives, figs, prickly pears and a variety of other fruit trees like olives, almonds, pistachios as well as bananas, figs and plums and vegetables. Around every corner there's another spectacle to be admired. The... 更多
Set within the Valley of the Temples the gardens are a haven of tranquility. The variety of species grown within is quite varied and the scents from the citrus trees alone makes the visit worthwhile.
If you go in spring there will still be the heavenly scent of Orange and Lemon blossom, after visiting the valley of the temples this was a glorious way to end the visit - don't miss it.